Here's some cylindroconical fermenters:
The sink was ten grand apparently, though it is rather snazzy.
Ready for hop additions:
The Aber perfect pitch which uses capacitance to count viable yeast cells.
Some indoor fermenters:
With a pressure relief valve and anti-collapse valve:
I know one of these people:
Then a trainee showed us something he'd been working on...
...which was really rather good, if a little young.
The re-revived Thomas Hardy Ale has been going for three years now and still not a drop sold. I dare say it won't be too long before some finally finds its way to the shops, and I look forward to having some more.
Then it was time for some more thorough research.
Having enjoyed the visit I was in an ecumenical mood and thought it was time to try the tank lager. Though I have absolutely no idea how serving beer in larger containers is supposed to make it fresher the lager was fine. A bit grainy, but it might be how it's meant to be, and it was better than the tank ale.