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We arrived here as part of our snorkeling tour package. I had a steak wrap with french fries. Wrap was good, French fries were delicious (crispy). Beer was super cold (not included with our tour). Fun beer garden. Friendly staff. Natasha took care of our...group. Workers come and enjoy their lunch in the area. Little gift store. Picture op with the huge Balashi cut out and Balashi word. Next time we will do the tour!More
We had been here years ago when it was a much more hands on experience seeing the whole process.
Now it is a partially guided walkway tour to view the basic packaging of beer and a small drink at the end for $15 pp.
Nice outdoor seated bar with protection from the sun.
We had a couple of Balashi beers on draft and yapped it up with a couple of locals contractors.
They give tours but we did not request one as all we wanted was a beer.
We arrived early afternoon and missed the tour. It's only offered at 10 AM. The beer garden is a pleasant, covered space. The sandwiches and wraps are reasonably priced. The beer is cold and fresh.
Getting here is tricky. Turn right at the Balashi roundabout...(towards the water), then make another right turn, and finally another right turn at an unmarked street when you see a rusted red rail car. Or go with a tour bus.More
I have been to a lot of Brewery Tours around the globe and this was definitely the worst tour that I have ever taken. It was supposed to last an hour and thankfully it actually only lasted 15 minutes.
They had a lot a special...requirements before you could take the tour (no open toed shoes, hair nets and no exposed shoulders (my wife had to buy a T-Shirt to put over her top). Since the tour involved walking up a set of steps to a platform above part of the Brewery and then back down to the start - I do not know why all of the special requirements were needed.
We had a small group and only 1/2 of the group could actually hear the tour guide. When I got close enough to understand the presentation. I quickly found out that our guide had little knowledge of how beer is actually made and just gave the "canned" Speech.
The Beer Garden was underwhelming. I can not recommend this tour.More
This is a simple and easy tour to take of the local brewery. It can be hard to find but once you make it to the parking lot it is right there. Be sure to wear closed-toe shoes and a short-sleeved shirt (no tank tops)....We got to see some Coca Cola being bottled and have done the tour several times.More