BHII Brewery Tours

Behind the scenes at a production craft brewery

Black Hops II in Biggera Waters is one of Queensland’s largest independent breweries. Our unique 2-hour tour takes you behind the scenes and shows you how we do what we do.

We run tours every month on a Saturday, click below to get your spot!

WHAT WE COVER

Here’s what we cover in the tour of Black Hops II.

THE BLACK HOPS STORY

We’ll cover the Black Hops founding story from our first home brew Eggnog Stout, all the way through to building BHII.

THE BREWING PROCESS

We’ll also dig into the beer making process from raw materials to brewing, fermenting,  packaging and more.

BEER TASTING & GIFT

You won’t go thirsty on the tour, we’ll have tasters along the way. You’ll learn about different beer styles, we will finish with a beer in the taproom and a Black Hops keyring for you to take home.

MEET THE BH TEAM

Black Hops II runs 7 days a week so there’s always team members to say g’day to, from the tour leader to the production crew.

TESTIMONIALS

“I was lucky enough to be part of the first ever tour of Black Hops II. The tour guide was Chair Force Manager Leah, who was extremely knowledgeable & friendly in answering all our questions. We got to enjoy Eggnog Stout, Pale Ale, Hornet & Lay Day. I highly recommend taking part in the tour if you get the chance.” James Slattery

“Such a great and well informed story and tour of the black hops empire, great day out 5 stars totally recommend ” Matthew Whitten

“It was an amazing experience, massive amount of love to the crew @blackhopsbeer” Stephen Mogg

“Thanks for a great day! James Slattery and I loved our time there ” Erin Smith

BE NOTIFIED OF THE NEXT TOUR

We run brewery tours every month, jump onto the email list below to be notified when the next tour is available to book.

FOLLOW OUR JOURNEY

We have been openly sharing our craft beer journey since we brewed our first beer in 2014. If you’d like to get our updates, please jump on our email list below.

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