Bari – Tea Brewery
Our bricks ‘n mortar store in Alnwick is CLOSED until we are moved from Tier 4 and allowed to fully reopen again.
All our gorgeous teas continue to be available to buy 24/7 here, either with delivery or click and collect.
New to Alnwick? Here’s a handy map so you can find our contemporary Tea Brewery in the heart of Alnwick’s Castle Quarter in Northumberland:
There is off street car parking within easy walking distance.
Our nearest train station is Alnmouth (for Alnwick) with hourly connecting buses or local taxis.
Alnwick bus station is less than 5 mins walk away, where Market Street meets Clayport Street.
Level access into the Tea Brewery makes it easy to negotiate by wheelchair. We have an accessible bathroom, but please be aware that there is not enough room for a wheelchair to three-point turn or to parallel park against the toilet. Please give us a call if you have any queries re accessibility or if there is anything we can do to make your visit even more enjoyable. We have sample jars displaying all our teas, ideal for our visually impaired guests.
The Bari Tea Brewery has free Tea-WiFi(e) available.
We can provide a high chair and have baby-changing facilities for our very young visitors.
COVID-19 update – following a thorough risk analysis, we’ve made some changes at our Alnwick Tea Brewery. These changes include: All our team have their temperatures taken at the start of their shift as high fever is one of the symptoms of COVID-19; We will ask to take your temperature before being seated, and may refuse to serve you if you or a member of your group displays a high temperature; We will ask for a name and telephone number of one of your party as part of the ‘Track and Trace’ scheme, and that information will be kept for 21 days before being destroyed; We still provide table service, but will ask you to take your items from the tray rather than have your server reach into your space; Condiments such as salt & pepper and sugar will now be served in single-use (paper) sachets. Please be patient and kind – this is new to us too, and we don’t like it either.