Exploring The Yarra Valley With Aussie Brewery Tours

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MELBOURNE | Aussie Brewery Tours offer a range of beer, cider, and spirit tours across Melbourne and its surrounds, and aim to give those on the tour something different than your average tour. There’s the Melbourne Beer Odyssey tour, which takes guests to some of Melbourne’s most awarded and innovative urban breweries and cider bars, and the Urban Night Sessions tour, which is a night time version of the Melbourne Beer Odyssey tour.

Further afield, there’s the Yarra Valley Cider & Ale Trail which allows guests to experience ales and lagers along with dry & sweet ciders, strawberry & blueberry wines, ports, sparkling and kombuchas, and the Mornington Beer & Cider Adventure, which explores over 25 different beers and ciders across several venues. Private tours are also available for those who want a customised experience.

We were invited to go on one of the Yarra Valley Cider & Ale Trail tours and were very impressed by the experience. We went to some genuinely interesting places, and owner Scott Dewar’s passion for not just beer, but the people behind the beer, the interesting things that they are doing, and the industry in general, is evident throughout the tour. Scott’s a very personable guy, full of interesting stories, humorous anecdotes, and knowledge.

The tour bus picked up the group from Federation Square, and drove first to Napoleone Brewery & Cider House. After sampling some fantastic beers and ciders there, we then went to St Ronan’s Cider at Badger Creek Blueberry Winery, where we tried some very interesting blueberry wine amongst other things. Following this was a stop at Hargreaves Hill Brewery for more beers, and some surprisingly fantastic food (try the fried chicken), and then Coldstream Brewery for some more beer and cider, and a spot of live acoustic guitar. The group got along really well, and it was great to meet some of the makers and creators behind the drinks that we were trying, as well as seeing some of the behind the scenes going ons at the venues.

A great idea for those wanting to have a unique beer experience, and it’s pretty flexible too, with a few venues that can be added or subtracted, or spent longer at depending on what the group wants and how the day is going.

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