Hops and Brew Craft Brewery Tours

West End, Brisbane Area

At Hops and Brew they believe Brisbane is brewing some of the best craft beers around. They want to share their passion for craft beers with you. It does not matter whether you are a beer connoisseur or a just learning the ropes. Maybe you want to learn more about appearance, aroma, body and taste? From Lagers to Pilsners, Ales and Stouts they'll take you on a beer journey to remember. Let them teach you about the brewing process from grain to beer.

They will take you for a behind the scenes look at Brisbane's best craft breweries and meet the amazing people brewing the beer. Get up close and personal with the equipment and the ingredients used to produce the final product.

Let’s not forget the most important part tasting the beer. They will have a tasting paddle ready to sample at each stop then will give you some time to relax and grab a glass of your favourite drop if you choose.

Sample over 20 world class beers from five different breweries and learn about Brisbane’s beer history along the way. You can make up your own mind on which is best.

124 Boundary Street
West End, Brisbane Area
Queensland
Australia

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