Tour the Craft Breweries of Ireland with Brewery Hops

Brewery Hops specialise in unique Ireland beer tours. Our small group guided tours, visit Ireland’s emerging craft beer breweries and distilleries. The tours also combine opportunities to explore Ireland’s heritage sites, take part in activities (this isn’t a regular sightseeing tour). All the while travelling through the stunning Irish landscape.

Why Choose Brewery Hops Tours of Ireland?

  • Beer lovers rejoice – We bring you to the best craft beer breweries and whiskey distilleries in Ireland  
  • Small group tours – With a max of 16 guests per tour, you’ll enjoy a more immersive experience.
  • Fully guided tours – We aim to give ALL our guests the best quality experience of Ireland.
  • Cosy accommodation – You’ll stay in locally owned B&B’s and get to meet the locals.
  • The perfect combination – We combine brewery & distillery visits, with plenty of activities and visits to heritage sites.

Check out some of our top Ireland beer tours below 👇.

6 Day Pint and a Half One Tour

6 Day Pint and a Half One Tour

‘A pint and a half one’ refers to a pint of Guinness and a single measure of Irish whiskey. The perfect combination whilst reading the paper or talking about the weather as is traditional in any country pub around Ireland. We will take a journey around some of Ireland’s best craft breweries and Irish whiskey distilleries. Experience the atmosphere in small Irish cities to small Irish villages with overnights in Cork city, Kinsale, Killarney, Dingle and Lisdoonvarna.

2019 Tour Dates

  • July 8th – 13th
€1,295

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2 Day Bike & Beer Tour

Our new exciting tour for 2018 is a 2 day Beer & Bike tour in Ireland’s Ancient East for those who want to taste great beer and stay active whilst doing so! The Waterford Greenway opened in 2017 and is a 46kms track for walkers and bikers taking you from Waterford – Ireland’s oldest city to Dungarvan, a harbour town also in the County of Waterford.

Tour Dates

  • Available for groups of 6 – 16 on request

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2 Day Bike & Beer Tour

6 Day Northern Delights Adventure

Time to get ‘up North’ to experience all on offer in Northern Ireland, Donegal and Sligo. Overnights stays range from coastal villages and larger towns. The craft beer revolution has really hit Northern Ireland in recent years with at least 3 co-operative breweries opening along with many other small, working craft breweries producing great ranges of beer. This is the perfect time to visit them.

2019 Tour Dates

Sept 9th – 14th

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5 Day Wild Atlantic Way Tour

We try to strike the perfect balance of craft brewery visits complemented with local quality food. Visit some local artisan food producers and smokehouses along the route and hear their story and taste their fine foods. The scenery in Ireland is so diverse, we drive through beautiful patchwork fields of green and see the dramatic cliffs of the West coast also. Add some heritage sites and local experiences in a small group tour which makes it all much more personal and fun.

2019 Tour Dates

April 22nd – 27th

May 27th – 31st

Aug 12th – 16th

Sept 24th  – 28th

 

 

 

5 Day Wild Atlantic Way Tour

1 Day Craft Beer, Food & Scenery tour

Enjoy a day trip to the garden of Ireland to visit two of Ireland’s newest craft breweries producing top quality Irish craft beers. Enjoy sight seeing along the way, tour and taste craft beers at Wicklow Wolf Brewery and the German style Wicklow Brewery. Lunch at the bistro of Mickey Finn’s pub before travelling back to Dublin fed and well watered.

Dates on request for groups of 10+

€125 per person

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What our happy customers say!

Do not miss this experience!! Lifetime memories and new friends. No better way to enjoy the hidden places in the Wild Atlantic cities of Ireland. Get on bus, relax, learn all about Ireland and enjoy the five day tour. New city each day and the craft breweries are a once in a life time experience

James and Pam, Florida

Mia made the time together so exciting and filled each day with so many great facts and “off the beaten path” stops. I felt we truly engaged in the rich Irish culture, the local residents who we were able to meet and talk with and the scenery was breathtaking. It was a brewery tour yes, but indeed that was only one aspect of the rich experience!

JoAnne, USA

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