First tour focusing on the local impact of the world phenomenon of craft brewing in one of the beer capitals of the world. No touristic overcrowded places! You will experience four craft beer places where locals go to enjoy best Czech ales and lagers.We are young Czech professionals, licensed beer sommeliers and home brewers with passion for beer tasting and culture. Dive into the Czech beer culture and experience the true nature of local craft ales and lagers. Venture off tourist the tourist path and connect with locals over a cold one. The tour includes:- Min. 5 large pints of craft beer (0,5l)- Min. 11 different beer styles (both Czech lagers and international ales)- Two typical Czech pub meals paired with beer - Guided visit to one of the best craft breweries in Prague - Small groups only (max. 10 people)- Professional local guide Our mission is to connect people, not just beer enthusiasts, with locally crafted beer.
First tour focusing on the local impact of the world phenomenon of craft brewing in one of the beer capitals of the world. No touristic overcrowded places! You will experience four craft beer places where locals go to enjoy best Czech ales and lagers.We are young Czech professionals, licensed beer sommeliers and home brewers with passion. Dive into the Czech beer culture and experience the true nature of local craft ales and lagers. Venture off tourist the tourist path and connect with locals over a cold one. The tour includes:- Min. 5 large pints of craft beer (0,5l)- Min. 11 different beer styles (both Czech lagers and international ales)- Two typical Czech pub meals paired with beer - Visit to one of the best craft breweries in Prague - Small groups only (max. 10 people)- Professional local guide This tour provides a professional local beer experience you will not forget from your Prague visit.Small groups guaranteed - beer brings people together.
Immerse yourself in a unique winemaker experience, taste premium wines and master the art of blending your own bottle. Visit a Craft Brewery that is encased in glass and watch a head brewer working on his next batch. Enjoy beer and wine tasting, paired with traditional Portuguese tapas, re-interpreted in a modern way using locally sourced, home-grown and seasonal ingredients.
This is a full day tour where we combine the best of both worlds - Wine and Beer. Craft Beer has taken Cape Town by storm and Constantia Valley can now also boast with their very own exclusive Craft Beer producer Jack Black followed by an A La Carte lunch on a wine estate and wine tasting in the Constantia Winelands.
Hammerting is a vertical dwarven mining colony sim with RPG elements. Manage a clan of colourful Dwarves, establish an epic mining operation, craft legendary swords and delve deep for greater glory, riches... and danger.With a war raging on the surface, the Dwarves pledge to delve deep and as master craftspeople, will produce and supply what is needed to aid their allies. From humble beginnings, you start with a handful of Dwarves who need to set up operations quickly. However, as you progress, your small clan will expand and become known throughout the Upper Realms for their skill and premium craftsmanship.Key FeaturesCrafting for Victory - Allies on the surface will have all manner of requests. Dwarves may find themselves asked to craft a plethora of silver swords against an oncoming vampire army. For an elf princess’s coronation, they’ll wish for nothing less than a Legendary Diamond-Encrusted Gold Crown of Divine Ruling +3.With the Overworld in need, every successful delivery takes you one step closer to triumphing against evil.As your Dwarves increase in skill and your base expands, build conveyor belts and elevators to free them of manual labour.Colorful Personalities - Does Åglöf’s fancy ancestry clash with Vargskreva’s humble upbringing? Is your explorer afraid of the dark? Has your master crafter reached their Ballmer Peak? Exploit the strengths of your Dwarves, as well as their weaknesses, in order to succeed.Each Dwarf is richly and uniquely defined through its stats, Dwarven ancestry, traits, abilities, equipment, move set and more as they are shaped by events in their lives.Skilled Craftspeople - Anyone can craft an Iron Sword, but only Dwarves can haggle a Crystal Cave Dragon to sell her fiery Plasma Breath, pump it up to an Andthril Forge of Doom and use it to craft an... Iron Sword +2. With every strike of the hammer on an anvil, a skilled Dwarf has a better chance of achieving a critical result, giving you better gear.Living Cave - Dwarves are big on elevators, but not so much on free falling. As such, they have their own takes on Hellevators. For example, members of Clan Steelbrow prefer a traditional shaft dug straight down, straddled by a crane with a 300-meter rope, and nothing but a barrel to stand in. The barrel’s built-in bar is, of course, stocked with ale.Only in the deepest depths will you find the most powerful materials, the warmest magma, the rarest treasures, and the most dangerous conditions.Figuring out the fastest and safest route down - and up again - is a chief concern, but you’ll have plenty of unique Dwarven mechanisms to help you do so.Hammerting will feature liquid and physics mechanics for pumping lava to your hearths, brewing beer, tossing torches down shafts to light up the unknown and more.Modding - Want to bring your own spin to Hammerting? No worries, you can mod to your heart’s content! You can use the bundled SDK to create pre-packaged mods and add or replace any of the game’s assetsThis is not just limited to “data” assets such as textures, you can also script and write new full-blown systems in native C++
Enjoy an epic Yarra Valley wine tour departing from Melbourne. Take in the beautiful countryside with informative commentary as you travel by comfortable bus through to the heart of the Yarra Valley region. You'll visit three premium boutique wineries for wine tastings to appreciate the terroir and current vintages of this cool-climate region. At one of the wineries, you'll enjoy a seasonal main course with estate wine (of your choice). Along our scenic wine trail, you'll visit the famous Yarra Valley Dairy (Mon-Fri only) to taste hand-made cheeses. Then visit a craft brewery to quench your thirst on a glass of their beer or apple/pear cider. For the finale, we head over to Yarra Valley Chocolaterie and Ice-creamery where you can indulge in copious amounts of chocolate samples at your indiscretion. This is an all-inclusive day trip with the tour price covering all fees involving wine and cheese tasting, lunch with wine, glass of beer or cider, and transfers from and back to Melbourne.
Whether you're looking for the best sweets in Amsterdam, a local borrel experience with beer and bites, a tour of the best food stalls of the city, or any other food experience, your favorite local foodie has you covered!This 100% personalized food tour is here to satisfy your Dutch cravings. Trust and believe, the local foodies have explored Amsterdam discovering the city bite by bite and are ready to craft the food experience of your dreams. Already familiar with Dutch food or looking for something really out of the ordinary? Feel free to get in touch with your favorite host; they know the best food hotspots.Imagine this, street food, premium products, and secret eateries now accessible to you! *Please keep in mind that this experience shows a base price that will change according to your requests and the personalized offer your local foodie creates for you. You create the tour yourself together with your local host!
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Yards Brewing Company is a brewery in Northern Liberties, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Founded In 1994 Yards began making beer in a small, garage-sized brewery at 214 Krams Avenue, in the Manayunk section of Philadelphia. Yards' first produced cask-conditioned ales on a homemade three-barrel brewing system. Their lineup included "Entire Porter" and "Old Bart." They unveiled their Extra Special Ale (ESA) at the Philadelphia Craft Beer Festival in April 1995. As demand for Yards increased, the company outgrew its first brewery. In 1996, the company moved to 5050 Umbria Street in the Roxborough section of Philadelphia and built a new production facility. The new brewery allowed Yards to bottle its beer for the first time. Yards expanded production of its Extra Special Ale and also began introducing new beers including Brawler and Premium. In 2001, Yards Brewing Company moved again to 2439 Amber Street the former site of the old Weisbrod & Hess Brewery in the Kensington section of Philadelphia.
North Jersey residents have enjoyed frothy pints since the first brewhouse opened in Hoboken in 1641. Brewing was big in the Garden State prior to Prohibition, and by 1900, more than fifty breweries were in operation. Nearly half of them--like Krueger--were located in Newark. The dry reign of Prohibition and the region's proximity to major cities made it a hub for bootleggers and gangsters like Longy Zwillman and Waxey Gordon. Even after the Eighteenth Amendment was repealed, North Jersey brewing sputtered. Some independent breweries like Ballantine restarted operation, but it wasn't until the 1990s that the region saw a craft brewing renaissance. Today, Jerseyans enjoy premium ales and lagers from breweries like Climax, River Horse and New Jersey Beer Company. Beer writer Chris Morris explores the origins and the new revolution of brewing in North Jersey.