On the first Saturday of every month, we invite craft beer lovers to tour the brewery and meet our Brewmaster.
You’ll hear about the inspiration behind all our beers while you’ve got one in your hand and see the journey that every brew takes, from the mill, all the way to the bottling line and coldroom. You will experience an up-close encounter with our equipment, climb the steps to the brewer’s deck and peer inside the tanks, take a close look at the ingredients of a great beer and learn all about what we do and why we do it here at Burleigh Brewing.
Doors open at 1:40pm. The tour starts promptly at 2pm and takes about an hour. And you’re very welcome to hang around afterwards, as the Brewhouse Bar stays open until 4pm.
We’re a real family business, so feel free to bring yours. Supervised children of tour participants are welcome. We have soft drinks for little people and for designated drivers. There are also bar snacks available.
Bookings are essential – numbers are capped, so book early to avoid disappointment. To book your place on a brewery tour, simply complete our online form or call us on (07) 5593 6000.
Tour bookings for groups at other times can sometimes be arranged by appointment (generally outside of production hours). Minimum charges apply.
$20 per person gets you an entire hour with our Brewmaster. He’ll share a bunch of informative and entertaining info gathered from a couple of decades as a brewer in various places around the world and he’ll take you on a wander through the Brewery. For those who’d like to partake, you will also receive a sample glass of four of our tap beers, and a Burleigh Brewing glass to take home. (Even other beers taste better out of it.) No need to pay at the time of making your booking online, but please call us at least 48 hours before the tour to pay for the tour and confirm your spot.
Doors open at 1:40pm. The tour starts at 2pm sharp. Please arrive approx 10-15 minutes early. Following the tour, the Brewhouse Bar closes at 4:00pm.
The brewery is a manufacturing plant – to avoid the possibility of your toes coming into contact with a stray piece of broken glass, we suggest wearing closed-in shoes.