A brewery is already making plans to host tours from May 22 – subject to coronavirus restrictions.
Tours will be socially distanced, with a maximum of six people per booking, and will run every Saturday from 12.30pm.
Others breweries around Berkshire have not made set plans to reopen for tours, but plans are in the pipeline.
Binghams Brewery, Twyford, has no set date for restarting its brewery tours, but said they hoped to make an announcement within the next few weeks on when that might happen.
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Siren Craft Brewery, in Wokingham, which usually offers brewery tours too, said it did not have a reopening date in mind yet, but it would open as soon as it could, subject to lockdown restrictions.
Likewise with West Berkshire Brewery, in Yattendon, and Bond Brews, in Wokingham.
Bars and pubs are currently set to reopen for outdoor seating only on April 12, with them being able to serve punters indoors from May 17.
Hospitality venues will be able to seat people indoors, with groups of up to six people or two households of any size. Groups seated outside must be smaller than 30 people.
From June 21, all restrictions are expected to be lifted, but this could be delayed if cases do not decrease by as much as the government hopes.
- Windsor and Eton Brewery tour booking details can be found on its website. The 90-minute tour costs £25 per ticket