The cost was $20/person because we had enough people for a private tour. Our guide was a perky woman who lead us around and eventually set us free in the tap room to pour our own beers.
The first bit of educational-ness that we encountered was a display on the history of beer. Thank you, Egyptians, for your contributions!
I decided to pose for a picture with Mr. Speight.
Unfortunately, a fair amount of time has passed and I've been busy doing this, that, and the other thing, so I don't remember much about the tour. Plus, my camera was being dodgy, so there aren't any pictures to wow you with. Sorry.
Basically, you've got some stuff to make the beer...
Then stuff happens here... and then it becomes beer.
And, when it becomes beer, this is one place where you can go and consume it: the tap room!
But, alas, all good things must come to an end. Eventually, the tap was turned off and we were escorted out. I was a wee bit sad about this. In my defense, would you blame me? I was the birthday girl, after all, and I wanted more beer.
If you're a beer drinker and you'll be in Dunedin then definitely check out this tour! We had loads of fun. Even non-beer drinkers can have a good time. The folks in our party that fit in this category enjoyed their history lesson and the walk around the buildings. A tip for the beer drinkers: strategy is key! I believe they had six beers on tap (one of them was a cider, actually) and so I had to delicately balance enjoying each beer and quickly moving on to the next one to taste in the 30 minutes we were allotted in the tap room. Bottoms up!