Polish Beer Brewery Tour

The drink most people associate with Poland, is of course vodka and quite right too, the Poles claim to have invented it and they’ve certainly got a few delicious brands in their icebox. But what is less known is that our Slavic cousins also brew a mighty fine beer, the likes of which their Czech relatives across the border would be proud.

Take this lager-lovers tour of the Tyskie brewery and you’ll not only find out how one of Poland’s most legendary beers is made, but you’ll get to sample the good stuff for yourself, fresh from the source - the equivalent of drinking the elixir of the Gods directly from the springs of Mount Olympus. In other words, no watered down ales that taste of pipe cleaner for you!

After a walk around the huge Tyskie vats and some insights into the magical brewing process you’ll then step into the Brewery Museum, where you’ll discover how medieval monks introduced beer to Poland and marvel at ornamental bottles, mugs and barrels ­ followed of course by some more tasting!

The tour takes around 2.5 hours, with around 1.5 hours transport time on either side. The journey to the brewery is made in comfortable transport, which collects you from your hotel, and you’ll be able to see some of the fascinating industrial landscapes of Silesia’s mining region along the way.

Price Per Person - 240 PLN
Groups over 6 Persons - Negotiable

Duration : Approx 6 hours

Minimum of 4 persons per tour. Prices include all entrance fees and taxes. Price provided is for English language tours.

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Alan Kelly 29th October 2010

Total disaster, rubbish would not recommend it. lost a day of our trip over it.

Linda Flanagan 27th July 2010

The tour was very enjoyable. The actual building you wait in for the tour to start was imaculate and very interactive. The tour guide was full of information and spoke english very well. Throughout the tour he made it very clear when we could and couldn't take pictures and also gave us plenty of time for taking pictures where we wanted. And then at the end of the tour at the tasting area, it was very clean and very tourist friendly.