Tour Packages

August 27, 2018

Tour Packages

 

As we gain a reputation for the exceptional quality and taste of our beer we have more and more people inquiring about touring our brewery. Therefore, we thought it best to lay out our tour packages in an easy to find place; the internet!!

Both packages offered include a deep delve into what makes beer beer! We’ll also go through the history of TRBC with you -so you can see how we journeyed from the beginnings in a garden shed to where we are today- before sharing the taste of some of our exquisite brews with you. Anyway, without further ado, here are the tour packages we offer.

 

Package One - $25 - Tour and Tasting

  • An overview of the -so-far- short but eventful story of TRBC
  • An interactive walkthrough of the brewing process, including a “sense awakening” experience where we smell and taste the ingredients used in the brewing process
  • Tasting flight of 4x 200ml serving of our beer. Served on a tasting paddle
  • A stubby holder of your choice to take home
  • 10% discount on all takeaway TRBC products (including merchandise and bottled beer)

 

Package Two - $35 - Tour, Tasting and Meal

  • An overview of the -so-far- short but eventful story of TRBC
  • An interactive walkthrough of the brewing process, including a “sense awakening” experience where we smell and taste the ingredients used in the brewing process
  • Tasting flight of 4x 200ml serving of our beer. Served on a tasting paddle
  • A visit to our commercial brewery
  • A stubby holder of your choice to take home
  • A Small Personal Pizza or Large Sharing Pizza
  • Freshly ground, onsite roasted coffee or a cup of tea
  • 10% discount on all takeaway TRBC products (including merchandise and bottled beer)

 

If you’re interested in booking a tour please contact us on:

 

The Telephone:  +61417201663

or

The Internet: tim@trbc.com.au

To reserve one in advance

 






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