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Beer: it’s one of the oldest alcoholic drinks in the world, the most widely consumed, and it was integral to daily life in Newfoundland since Europeans first landed on the island. Come with us as we explore this favourite tipple.

Learn about Newfoundland’s long and rich beer history, from our earliest brewing endeavours to our thriving modern craft beer industry.

On this tour you’ll enjoy a wide variety of local brews, from a sour brewed with Newfoundland sea salt to a complex stout with ales and lagers in between. We’ll make stops at three different breweries and bars for stories and tales and 7 samples of beer brewed right here.

Along the way your guide will entertain you with stories of prohibition and the gangsters that came with it, an accidental port discovery, and the local beer connection to Jimmy Kimmel. In addition, our enthusiastic local guides give you a crash course on how to taste craft beers, while sharing their knowledge, recommendations, and personal anecdotes about how St. John’s became the city it is today.

* Note: Must be 19+ to participate.

* The itinerary and menu is subject to change, based on the locations’ availability, weather, and other circumstances. 

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Where We’ll Meet

Holdsworth Court
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COST
$75 Adults

DURATION
2.5 hours, 2km

MEETING POINT
The bronze statue at the east end of George Street.

WHEN
Friday, Saturday, Sunday at 1:30pm

LANGUAGE
At this time we can only offer our tour in English.

Plans change unexpectedly. We get it. Cancel a public tour 24 hours in advance for a full refund or reschedule.

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