Immerse yourself in a beer experience like no other as you familiarize yourself with a range of craft and accessible beers from Aunty Jacks.

This premier brewpub is fashioned of upcycled materials and curiosity, with guests able to tour the brewery’s niceties before sitting back as the staff guide them through the tasting paddle – providing unique insights into the tales behind the ales.

Savour your fresh brews right from the source, all paired with matching food from local producers and bread created by 1816 Bakehouse from the same grain used to brew the Aunty Jacks beers. With sustainable processes key to the Aunty Jacks ethos, this brewpub experience will be one to remember.

Further details: Dietary needs can be met. Wheelchair accessible. Children welcome, however not catered for in the package.

Beer – Liquid Bread at Aunty Jacks is part of a new series of hands-on experiences that celebrate what Ballarat is made of. Join artisan producers to learn more about what is made and grown in the region. Taste, roast, dig and blend your way through a diverse series of seasonal experiences. From truffle hunting to beekeeping, find a workshop that feeds your curiosity.

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Accessibility Information

  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

  • 25 Jun–5 Jul


Aunty Jacks

315-317 Mair Street, Ballarat Central VIC 3350

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$45 per person

One hour session with beer tastings and regional produce

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Accessibility Information

  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

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