Carlton Brewhouse Melbourne
|Address:||Nelson St & Thompson St, Abbotsford Victoria 3067|
|Phone Number:||(03) 9420 6800 (Bookings Essential)|
|Operating Hours:||Tours run Monday to Saturday. Please call 03 9420 6800 for tour times. The tour is a 1 hour walking tour through the brewery followed by beer tasting in the brewhouse to finish.|
|Closed:||Weekends & All Public Holidays|
DescriptionCome behind the scenes at the home of Australia's favourite beers - Carlton Draught, VB, Pure Blonde, Foster's and more... Join our friendly guides for a fun and interactive tour of the country's largest brewery, where you can see how over 2 million litres of beer is brewed daily, and watch over 1000 stubbies being bottled every minute.
The Carlton & United Brewery tour gives you an insight into the history and tradition of beer brewing in Australia, the art of brewing, and a birds-eye view of the plant's state-of-the-art technology. Of course a brewery tour wouldn't be complete without some complimentary tastings of fresh, cold beer afterwards!Public tours run Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays) every second Saturday afternoon and every second Wednesday evening. The Brewhouse Cafe is open 11.30am - 3.30pm, Monday to Friday, as well as for Wednesday evening and Saturday afternoon tours. Join us for a delicious meal before or after your tour that matches perfectly with one of our fresh, cold beers! Tours depart from the Carlton BrewHouse, Abbotsford While visiting the Carlton Brewhouse enjoy lunch in the Bar and Beer Garden from just $15pp
Important Notes* All visitors must wear fully enclosed shoes. Visitor Centre, Shop and Bar are all wheelchair accessible however the tour does include stairs.
Walking and climbing of stairs is required and there is no wheelchair access on the tour.
Minimum age of 18 years required
Closed toe shoes must be worn (no thongs or sandals)
Safety vests will be provided
This is a genuine working brewery and production numbers vary. As a result of this, All Saturday tours (and some Friday afternoon tours) are run on a reduced capacity so there may be cases where some of the machinery (e.g, bottling machines) are not running.