Ultimate in-depth brewery exploration of 3 hipster breweries
Insight into the intricate workings of craft beer creation
Eclectic breweries with off-beat character & unique tastes
Charismatic guide who shares an abundance of beer knowledge
Delicious & satisfying lunch at beautiful old school pub
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Guided tour of 3 local breweries
Live tour commentary provided in English
Meals and drinks not listed as inclusions
Hotel pick-up and drop-off
Know Before You Book
Children aged 17 and younger are not allowed.
You must be 18 years of age to participate and present a valid photo ID in order to consume alcohol.
At least 4 people are required for this activity to take place.
Maximum group size is 10 people.
Tour stops vary depending on brewery opening times and availability.
This activity ends at Royal Albert Hotel, 140 Commonwealth Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010.
Check-in is 15 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.
What you can expect
Pop in 3 hip breweries to sip on delicious drafts and learn how these craft drinks are made. Explore the Inner West district of Sydney, where tonnes of cool breweries line the streets. After your beer tastings, stop at The Henson Hotel for a scrumptious lunch in an old-school pub.
Your beer adventure begins when you meet your guide at the Keg & Brew Hotel. Listen to stories about the local brewing scene, and then head out to embark on your tasting tour. While the 3 breweries you visit vary depending on the day of the week and season, you’re guaranteed to taste unique brews at various great locations.
The Inner West district is home to a number of hip breweries including Young Henrys, where tattoo-covered employees share the secrets behind their strong beers, Willie the Boatman, an abandoned paint factory that has been transformed into a hopping brewery, and The Rocks Brewery, where you can get up close to the equipment and taste samples right from the tank.
Enjoy a tasty lunch at The Henson Hotel, where a welcoming pub-style restaurant offers satisfying fare like the Knuckle Sandwich. Your tour then comes to an end at The Royal Albert, part of the local scene since 1927, where ciders and more craft beers are available.