· Join 3-hour beer tasting around alluring Kazimierz – Old Jewish Quarter of Krakow
· Small-group to guarantee relaxed atmosphere and plenty of time to enjoy your drink
· See how your beer is made, speak to brewers, and enter a local micro-brewery to take a sip straight from the cask
· Visit the best places to go out for Krakow's beer lovers
· Take part in a sensory course, learning about techniques and ingredients that make your beer so good!
· Learn about the oldest beverage in the world's history from a local licensed guide.
· Local taxes are included in the price
· 40 PLN – additional to pay at the site for beer tasting, Try 8-9 samples showing you the full diversity of the Polish national drink
· Hotel pickup and drop-off
· Transportation to/from attractions
Look for a guide with a yellow umbrella or Walkative! sign.
Thank you for choosing Walkative! If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
There’s no doubt, beer is the foundation of human civilisation. Think we’re joking? Archaeologists have proved that people were brewing beer long before they invented bread. Being local, we think globally and the CRAFT BEERS OF KRAKÓW tour shows you the place of this city and Poland in the world of beer.
The tour combines stories about how our favourite drink changed the course of history and how it builds Polish national identity, with professional tastings of a huge variety of Polish traditional and craft beers and, last but not least, a basic sensory course after which beer will never taste the same again! We will visit iconic places for bar lovers and home brewers, and take you off the beaten path to explore new tastes and get a glimpse of the real local atmosphere of the Kraków’s ‘after hours’ life. We also will give you the chance to try at least 8 samples of craft beers, presenting our own Polish impact on the complex evolution of drinking.
Expect a professional approach, not another Pub Crawl. It will still be plenty of fun though! Need more? There are about 1,500 beers premiering in Poland every year, which means more than 4 new bottles per day. Let’s be honest – no one can taste them all! But, that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t at least try. Now that’s the Polish spirit! 🙂