10 August 2014

Beer lovers’ walk of Melbourne

Come on this fun and informal tour that traces the history of beer and its consumption in Melbourne.



Beer lovers’ walk of Melbourne






Tour includes dinner.

Further details

Melbourne’s fascination with beer and pub culture can be traced right back to the settlement of Melbourne. One of the founding fathers was a publican, our first mayor a brewer, and the first council meeting happened in a pub.

This fun and informal tour traces the history of beer consumption in the Victorian capital. We examine the early rogue settlers, the sly grog trade of gold rush era, as well as the temperance movement and conservative war time drinking habits.

The tour also explores Melbourne’s more recent liberal liquor licensing laws, the birth of the city’s laneway bars, and the explosion of small batch, craft and microbreweries.

We stop at four venues to assist on the tour. At each, we will try a delicious beer with a focus on Melbourne and Victorian microbreweries. The tour concludes with a burger supper. Check out photo’s on Facebook from the last beer lovers' walk.

Cost is $15 per student and includes:

  • beer walk with an informative guide
  • samples of beer at all four venues
  • dinner (burger, chips and beer).

How to book

This tour is open to RMIT students only. You will need to present your current RMIT student card on the tour otherwise your tour will be forfeited and a refund will not be provided.

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This service is supported by your Student Services and Amenities Fee and presented by RMIT Trips and Tours.

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