F&B Experiences

F&B Experiences
Stone & Wood Brewery, Byron Bay

As the local independent brewery, we take a fresh approach to brewing handcrafted beer in the Northern Rivers of NSW, one of the greatest places on earth.
Drop into our Byron Bay brewery’s tasting room and grab a tasting paddle or book a tour to learn more about our approach to brewing, conscious business and beer!

We’re open seven days, to find out more details or book a tour, head to our website – stoneandwood.com.au/byron-brewery

Stone & Wood Brewery Byron Bay – 4 BORONIA PL, BYRON BAY

P: (02) 6685 9220

 

F&B Experiences
Behind The Barrel - Brewery and Distillery Tours

Not sure which of our local, boutique breweries and distilleries to visit? Why not visit them all. Behind the Barrel offer tours and tastings of our local Byron Bay Breweries and DIstilleries.
Meet the local brewers and distillers and find out how they got to where they are today. 
It’s more than just drinking, it’s about the passion these people have for the industry and Australian craft beer and spirits.  Everyday people like the rest of us following their dream to do what they love and give us a great experience that is the beer and spirit industry within Byron Bay.
All drinks and lunch provided and no need to drive. They also offer custom tours for birthday's and other occasions.

https://behindthebarrel.com.au
https://www.facebook.com/behindthebarrel/
https://www.instagram.com/behindthebarrelbyronbay/

Phone: 0405 328 829

 

F&B Experiences
F&B Experiences
Husk Farm Distillery

Treat yourself to a day Husk Farm Distillery. Come for a walk-through tour of the production facility or come and soak in the beautiful rural location while sipping an original Husk Rum or Ink Gin cocktail in the cellar door, before taking home a bottle of your own for later.

On the east coast of Australia in the Northern Rivers of New South Wales lies the deepest caldera in the Southern Hemisphere. At the focal point of the caldera and still dominating the region is the eroded core of the once mighty Tweed volcano. Known as Wollumbin or ‘cloud catcher’ by the Bundjalung people, it was named Mt Warning by Captain James Cook in 1770, to warn mariners of the treacherous coastline between Fingal Head and Point Danger.

Nestled in the caldera below, set on 150 acres of farmland with the Pacific Ocean to the east and the Gondwana Rainforest to the west, lies the family run distillery where Husk Distillers practice their craft.

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