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Brewery Tours

Brewery Tours are a wonderful way to experience Sydney. Just as the name suggests, these tours are a chance for you to explore the process of beer making and with more than 50 breweries in Sydney, there are many tours to choose from.

Take on craft beer tours to learn about the best in the field. One of the operators that offer these tours is Sydney Pub Tours.

Sydney Major / Micro Brewery & Craft Beer Tours, NSW

With different packages for visitors to choose from, you can sample more than 16 Australian craft beers as well as visit four unique heritage pubs. What’s more, the tour guides are knowledgeable and are able to explain the whole process of beer making from the type of ingredients as well as the brewing process.

Another Sydney operator that is best known for excellent tours is known as Dave’s Brewery tours. The operator takes pride in taking visitors to the heart of great craft beer so that visitors learn more and appreciate the skill required to make local beer. These tours are more than just the mechanism of beer production; they also revolve around connecting with beer lovers from around the world. A tour with Dave’s is an unforgettable experience.

Another option available is to take on self-guided brewery tours of craft beer breweries in Sydney. This is an exciting adventure because nothing beats tasting beer right where it is made. The perks of such a tour include the possibility of meeting the brewer and even discussing the beer-making process with them.

Within Sydney’s CBD, some excellent places to take a brewery tour include the Redoak Boutique Beer Cafe, Lord Nelson Brewery as well as Rocks Brewing at Harts Pub. Other ideal places include The Union Hotel, the Batch Brewing Company as well as Willie the Boatman.

There are so many brewery tours on offer in Sydney, so click the link below to browse all the tours that are available.

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