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High Issues to See and Do in Monmouthshire’s Wye Valley


Outdated Wye Bridge

The Outdated Wye Bridge – also referred to as the Chepstow Bridge – is over 200 years outdated separating Gloucestershire and Monmouthshire. Inbuilt 1816, the bridge is the world’s largest iron arch highway bridge from the primary 50 years (1780-1830) of iron and metal building, and boasts implausible views of Chepstow Citadel.

Wye Valley Meadery

Believed to be the world’s oldest alcoholic drink relationship again so far as again as 3000 BCE, mead is among the few similarities between cultures of previous eras. However not a refreshment for druids and monks, the Wye Valley Meadery brews a contemporary mead that’s revolutionary, mild, refreshing and wealthy in flavour, and could be loved in the identical manner as a beer, cider or glowing wine.

Certain for all times outside, brothers Matt and Equipment turned away from company professions to pursue a extra inventive path that mixed their love of nature with an curiosity in brewing – the Wye Valley Meadery.

Stationed of their purpose-built meadery in Chepstow, the brothers preserve some 150 hives utilizing honey from bees within the Wye Valley. Enriched in biodiversity, the valley’s small leaf lime bushes give the honey a definite flavour.

Attempt your hand at beekeeping with their beekeeping programs, or for the adventurous, the meadery gives full afternoon mead making programs together with refreshments and 5 litres of your individual mead! (£48 per particular person)

The brother’s hope to open a taproom so keep tuned on their socials!

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