Explore our premium craft spirits, beer, cider and wine experiences throughout Hobart and Southern Tasmania

Departing from Hobart, our tours have been designed to let guests experience the best of southern Tasmania’s award-winning craft beverages. Our guides specialise in the craft beverages industry, our tours reflect what we love about the various industries in Tasmania and to show the vast diversities across producers.

Drink Tasmania Premium Tours have strong working relationships with Tasmanian producers allowing our tour customers to gain access to areas and drinks that aren’t always available to the public. Our expriences range from full-day and half-day tours every week, including custom private group tours. We can arrange personalised corporate tours, events, industry training and engagement.

Our relationships with the industry are what sets us apart and are what makes Drink Tasmania’s Premium Tours, truly memorable. We recommend booking early to avoid disappointment.

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“Honestly one of the best experiences I’ve ever had!…Tassies really care about their craft, and you get to see it first hand. I could not recommend this tour more!”

Mira, Brisbane, Australia

I recently went on a fantastic tour with Drink Tasmania and would highly recommend this experience to anyone who enjoys good booze and wants to get a taste of what Tassie has to offer.

Kirsten L, Argyll, Scotland

Awesome wine tour visiting 5 different wineries with great ambience and varieties to sample. Patrick our tour guide was a wealth of knowledge and a great host.

Bradley M, Gold Coast, Australia

This full day tour was exceptionally good. Brett was an excellent guide keeping our interest all day with snipits of information about all things Tasmanian and giving oodles of whiskey related information.

John H, Canterbury, UK

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Since 2013 we have taken over 4000 guests to visit distillers and wine-makers in Southern Tasmania