World Of Beer Tours at SAB Breweries
Spend an afternoon at the SAB World of Beer Brewery and learn more about your favourite beer brands with an interactive and fun-filled tour around the brewery. You will witness firsthand what goes into making your favourite draught, the history of South African beer culture and also get treated to two drink vouchers redeemable for two ice-cold beers in the Tap Room after the tour. For a small fee, you can browse through the brewery with a tour guide, receive a halfway beer, a souvenir glass, and get redeemable drink vouchers and bar snacks after the tour.
They also offer beer tastings at the brewery every hour from 11:00 to 15:00 from Tuesday to Saturday, which offers you the opportunity to taste five beers brewed at this venue. And, if you are looking for the whole package, both the tour and the beer tasting combined, the SAB World of Beer tour and beer-tasting package is ideal for a well-rounded experience.
Conferencing At SAB World of Beer Brewery
Not only does SAB World of Beer Brewery offer entertaining tours, but they also offer the ideal venue to hold functions no matter the nature. They boast a 5-star conferencing centre which includes five meeting rooms which can accommodate for up to 180 delegates. If you are looking to plan a function outdoors, their serene courtyard will make the perfect setting and has a capacity for up to 200 guests.
If you are looking for a way to make your conference or event something to remember then make sure you check out their conferencing added extras which can be added on request to bring a touch of fun and entertainment to your conference. These include:
• A beer tasting in their Tap Room, overlooking beautiful Johannesburg.
• A beer and food pairing dinner, hosted by an SAB master brewer and a celebrity chef.
• A Johannesburg Red Bus tour added to your conference itinerary.
• A visit to one of SAB’s breweries.
To end off your meeting on a high note, all conference delegates will receive a free voucher for the feature tour – a 90-minute modern day retelling of the age-old story of beer, and an exploration of the rich history of Africa’s beer culture.