We’ve teamed up with Champneys Tring to produce an article about why their guests must visit Tring and the brewery shop when on their luscious spa excursion in the small market town. For the full tour of Tring be sure to check out the piece here, the segment about the brewery follows:
Set in 170 acres of rolling Parkland, our Champneys Tring resort is the one that started it all and is the UK’s original health spa.
It has been a bastion of health since 1925 and is still to this day one of the most popular resorts for spa breaks in the country, with its innovative yet traditional spa treatments. Now at Champneys Tring, you can enjoy a relaxation hideaway, manicure and pedicure salon and the Marine and Wellness Spa, which is the first of its kind in the UK.
If you’ve booked a stay at our Tring resort and are looking at staying in the area for a short break, then there are lots of attractions in the area that you should visit. You can see some of the top things to do in Tring that we’d recommend….
Learn about Tring’s brewing history
Tring Brewery is an award-winning microbrewery taking its namesake from the historic market town in the Borough of Dacorum, Hertfordshire. Tring was found as the first brewery in the town in over 50 years and celebrated 25 years of brewing in 2017.
Tring town received its Market charter in 1315, welcoming tradesmen and industry from Icknield Way, an ancient Roman road. In the 19thcentury, a stretch of the Grand Junction Canal was built in Tring, allowing travellers to pay a visit to the town, passing through a gap in the Chiltern Hills (now certified as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty).
Of the many trades that grew in Tring, brewing was one of the biggest. Tring Brewery prides itself as a place of interest for those visiting the local area, joining others such as the Tring Natural History Museum.
Tring Brewery is located on the rustic Dunsley Farm estate, set back from the London Road, just off the A41. The ducks, chickens, cows and pigs of Dunsley Farm have been neighbours of the brewery since 2010 when the brewhouse relocated from Akeman Street in the town centre.
During 2018 the brewhouse produced ten core range ales, exclusive small-batch specials and seasonal and monthly brews. Side Pocket for A Toad and Ridgeway Bitter have become staples in the countryside pubs that the home-counties are renowned for. Tring also brews progressive and complex ales, such as their award-winning Death or Glory barleywine and hoppy IPA Pale Four.
Visit Tring to discover a taste of Hertfordshire and raise a ‘cheers’ to the Chilterns!