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Founded in 2000 Wylam is a 30 Barrel Micro Brewery that resides at the Palace of Arts in Exhibition Park. Our Tap Room opens at the following times and it is always free entry and operates independently of events in The Grand Hall: Thursdays: 5pm to...more
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| Palace of Arts Exhibition Park, Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 4PZ, England
All reviews sunday lunch brewery tour beef gin bar charcuterie board concert room apple crumble brewed on site extra gravy unique building industrial feel yorkshire pud wedding guests comedy gig military museum great concert venue superb choice
Visited with a few friends. About ten min walk from Haymarket metro, £12 ticket including a glass and then most beers served as two thirds for £2 or half pint for £3 - great range, really good atmosphere
Was here for Craft Beer Calling. Beer festivals are normally extremely crowded but this felt like a fun backstage party. Great atmosphere, you start off in a venue room and then it extends into the actual brewery. Great food served as well.
Second visit to enjoy Sunday roast. Booking essential. I can understand why. Brilliant tap room and quality Sunday roast Superb soup followed by Galloway beef and Yorkshire pudding. drank All formats and Child in time. Both top notch hazy unfiltered DIPAS. Building is impress and...More
Bought tickets for this believing it was a night to celebrate Arethas music. In the 2 hours 45 minutes I was there maybe 5 Aretha songs were played! Certainly not the first time the music has not lived up to expectations. Love the wylam brewery...More
The Wylam Brewery have refurbished the old Palace of Arts in Newcastle's Exhition Park and replaced the military vehicles display with a modern working brewery and bar/restaurant area that is decorated in the style of industrial chic. I enjoyed the tour and beer sampling. It...More
Always a lovely atmosphere and dogs welcomed. New cider, pear and raspberry, lovely. Cheese board was very tasty but I wasn’t a big fan of the posh biscuits with it. The option of some Jacobs crackers would have been even better.
Love it here.
I have meant to go there for a few years and finally got around to it. The tour was informative and the tasting of the selection of beers educational but best was sampling beer that isn’t served in my locals. Must come again
I can walk here in 5 minutes so why don’t I visit more often?!..... Fabulous Sunday lunch, as good as anywhere in town in a beautiful refurbished cultural setting.
Heather is my favourite staff member she’s so helpful and warm.
Crispier roast potatoes please HEAD...More