Melbourne is one of the world’s greatest cities. This tour takes you to the heart of the world’s most livable city to enjoy its vibrant beer culture.
Brewing and beer is just as important to the fabric of Melbourne as footy and live music. Due to the sheer number of breweries that could be found in Melbourne in the 19th century, the city quickly became known as Australia’s beer capital. So great was Melbourne’s love for beer that the city’s first elected mayor was even a brewer. While only a few of the historical breweries remain, the number of small breweries that have sprung up over the last decade has once again made Melbourne a city dedicated to beer.
This has even lead to some calling Melbourne one of the top destinations in the world for beer lovers, proving that Melbourne is not only Australia’s beer capital, but also one of the world’s.
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This is a private tour and can be run any day of the week. The tour offered is flexible and if you prefer a specific brewery Chillout Travel Tours are happy to swap it into your itinerary. Just ask. Please contact Melbourne Brewery tours via email or mobile.
Chillout Travel Winery Tours is a leading winery and brewery tour provider in Victoria. Since 2003 Chillout Travel have been specialising in winery and brewery bus tours for groups up to 24 people, showcasing the best of what the Yarra Valley and Mornington Peninsula have to offer.
On the winery tours you will experience the scenic Yarra Valley or Mornington Peninsula, only an hour from Melbourne and enjoy visiting award winning vineyards for great wine tastings and a lovely two course lunch with a glass of wine and coffee.
Chillout Travel Tours also offer brewery tours in Melbourne's Inner City, the Yarra Valley and Mornington Peninsula. You will visit some of the best and most interesting breweries in Australia. The tours include beer tastings and a delicious lunch.
Chillout Travel Tours aims to provide a relaxed, high quality, fun day to remember for its clients on their special day. Please visit the website for more information or to book a tour.
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