We have limited spots available for each session so you will need to book by purchasing a ticket to the session or if you have a grain-to-glass brewing experience voucher, you can use the voucher to redeem a ticket online on the Grain-to-Glass Brewing Experience web page.
How does ‘brew your own’ works?Linda Bevin2019-12-05T12:00:32+10:00
Brewing session – brewing takes place in our brewery and we supply all the ingredients and use of our beer recipe. You will be assigned your own brew kettle or share a kettle if you are participating in a share brew session. Step-by-step guidance is provided throughout the process of brewing your own beer.
The time in between brewing and kegging/bottling, we look after fermentation and lagering of your beer in our temperature controlled rooms and prepare it for you prior to bottling or kegging.
Kegging or bottling session – Kegging or bottling takes place two to four weeks after brewing, depending on the beer you brew. Caps and use of bottling equipment to bottle your beer are included. Bottles: bring your own clean bottles or buy them from us. For all-inclusive brewing experiences and share brew sessions, bottles and boxes may be included (check your brewing voucher for inclusions). Bottles will be sterilised onsite before bottling. Kegs – Bring your empty kegs for filling.
How much beer do you get in a full brew?Linda Bevin2019-12-05T12:00:49+10:00
The price of an all-grain craft beer varies depending of the Alcohol by Volume (ABV) and the ingredients that go into making that beer. It starts from $205 for a 50L batch. Bottles are not included. You can bring your own bottles or buy them from us.
How can I use my Grain-to-Glass Brewing Voucher?Linda Bevin2019-12-05T12:49:22+10:00
Provided the gift voucher has not expired, the amount paid for that gift voucher is the amount that can be used. For example, a $300 voucher can be used to redeem two tickets ($130 for each ticket) to attend a Pale Ale Grain-to-Glass Brewing Experience session. The balance of that voucher ($40) is available to use for other purchases up to the expiry date.
Do I need to book to brew a beer?Linda Bevin2019-12-05T12:20:53+10:00