Beer has been made on this Thameside property in West London since the 1600s, and Fuller’s has been in charge of the brewing since 1845. Now this steampunk-feeling brick complex supplies some 380 pubs with its products, particularly its popular London Pride. They refuse to move to cheaper digs because a new water supply would change the flavor. Its tour is professional and engaging, more educational than bacchanalian—these people are passionate about their heritage. Free samples once you’re done!