Up to four partrons can enjoy a brewery tour with tasting session, two-course lunch and a gift pack
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What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- £35 for a brewery tour with tasting, two-course lunch and a two-bottle gift pack for two (39% off)
- £57 for a brewery tour with tasting, two-course lunch and two two-bottle gift packs for four (50% off)
Starters may include: homemade soup | taylor’s of pickering smoked mackerel | chicken, pork and apricot roulade | creamy garlic and spinach mushrooms
Mains may include: Yorkshire pudding wrap | steak and ale pie | breaded whitby scampi and chips | New Inn steak burger | Yorkshire ham and free range eggs | mushroom, spinach and blue cheese pie | New Inn ploughman’s selection of cheeses | Yorkshire ham, house chutney and dressed salad
Food is served at The New Inn Cropton, see the restaurant’s website: http://www.newinncropton.co.uk/
The Fine Print
Expires 4 months after purchase. Limit 2 per 2 or 4 people, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Maximum 1 voucher per table. Book via Groupon Booking Tool. Check availability here and book here. 48-hour advance notice required. No cancellation policy. Must be 18 or older with a valid ID for alcohol. Valid for option purchased only. Sunday lunch menu served on Sundays. Customers should arrive 15 minutes prior to their booking slot. Food is served daily, between midday and 2pm. Customers must wear sensible footwear. No step-free access. Tasters are equivalent to a pint in volume, can be made up of one pint or up to 3 mini pints. Customers should book either 11am for the tour and then lunch or 12.30pm for lunch and then the tour. For the 11am tour customers would eat after the tour and for the 2pm tour customers would eat before. Menu is seasonal and subject to change. Valid for starters up to the value of £6 and mains up to £12. Verified using our merchant's price list on 10 Nov 2017.
About The Great Yorkshire Brewery
The Great Yorkshire Brewery was established in 2010 and prides itself on using local ingredients to create a diverse portfolio including honey beer and Santa's Tipple: a dark, warming winter beer with chocolate, orange and star anise. During their visit, patrons can also enjoy an array of mouth-watering dishes served at the New Inn Cropton. Those looking for a retreat from the hustle and bustle of everyday life can opt for a stay in one of the bed and breakfast-style guests rooms or the Brewers Cottage. Fitted with a terrace and all mod cons, the latter is a period building, dating back almost 200 years. It is conveniently located for walking excursions, cycling as well as an exploration of the nearby moors.