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Brewery Tour in Wanaka (Beerworks) – New Zealand's Biggest Gap Year – Backpacker Guide New Zealand

Day 131: Today we are doing a brewery tour in Wanaka! We’re going to see how a microbrewery in New Zealand runs and try some beer tasters at Beerworks Wanaka. Join us for today’s activity as part of our 365 Days: 365 Activities in New Zealand!

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For today’s activity in Wanaka we are heading to Beerworks Wanaka which is a microbrewery. One of around 160 microbreweries in New Zealand! Craft beer is a passion shared by many in New Zealand so we are stoked to learn more on this brewery tour in New Zealand.

We borrow our hostel’s car in Wanaka and head toward the Wanaka Airport where Wanaka Beerworks is based. Here, we meet our passionate guide who gives us a tour of the working brewery. We learn the entire process of a small scale brewery that serves the bars and restaurants of Wanaka, Queenstown and Arrowtown, from the ingredients to the brewing to the whole 1 month process! So much to make New Zealand craft beer!

After our microbrewery tour or craft brewery tour in New Zealand, we then get onto the beer tasting trays with six different craft beers to try that have been made right here are Beerworks. We are joined by a friend that we met on the road so it turns into an afternoon of good drinks and good company.

So what do you think of this brewery tour in Wanaka. Would you add Beerworks Wanaka on your things to do in Wanaka list? Let us know in the comments!

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New Zealand | SUMMER 2018

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After 13 consecutive winters, or nearly 6 years, I've stayed home for my first summer in a long time. Filmed in Wanaka and Queenstown, in the beautiful country of New Zealand.

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Wanaka is a popular ski and summer resort town in the Otago region of the South Island of New Zealand. At the southern end of Lake Wanaka, it is at the start of the Clutha River and is the gateway to Mount Aspiring National Park. Wanaka is primarily a resort town with both summer and winter seasons. Its economy is based on the many outdoor opportunities this offers.

Historically, Maori visited the Wanaka area to hunt and fish in summer, or on their way to seek pounamu on the West Coast. Ngai Tahu abandoned their seasonal camps after a raid by a North Island war party in 1836. The current town was founded during the gold rush of the 19th century. Along with the rest of the Queenstown-Lakes District, Wanaka is growing rapidly.

Wanaka was visited annually by Ngai Tahu who sought greenstone in the mountains above the Haast River and hunted eels and birds over summer, returning to the east coast by descending the Clutha River / Mata-Au in reed boats called mōkihi. Tourism began in 1867 with the opening of the first hotel, by Theodore Russell, and the world's first sheepdog trials. The town of Pembroke was renamed Wanaka in 1940. Wanaka proved a very popular tourist destination because of its borderline continental climate and easy access to snow and water.

The town of Wanaka is situated at the southern end of Lake Wanaka, surrounded by mountains. To the southwest is the Crown Range and town of Queenstown (120 kilometres (75 mi)); to the north the Haast Pass cuts through the Southern Alps near Makarora. To the northeast are the towns of Omarama and Twizel. Very close to Lake Wanaka is Lake Hāwea, in a parallel glacial valley, which has a recently developed settlement of about 1,500 people. To the south of the town lies more of the Southern Alps. The Glendhu Bay motorpark is close to the town, leading into the Matukituki River valley which gives access to the Mount Aspiring National Park. Despite its oceanic climate, Wanaka is one of the few areas in New Zealand to enjoy a semi-continental climate.

With its lake and mountain views, Wanaka has become a popular tourist resort, considered less commercialised than Queenstown. Wanaka boasts a growing number of restaurants, cafes and a diverse nightlife. Other attractions in the town include Puzzling World and the Paradiso Cinema. Puzzling World contains a maze, optical illusions and a leaning clocktower.

The Paradiso is a classic old cinema, with seating consisting of old couches and an in-theatre Morris Minor. There are a number of wineries in the area. Just out of town next to the Wanaka Airport is the National Transport and Toy Museum. In winter, Wanaka is an excellent place to see the Southern Lights. A number of mountains surrounding Wanaka can be climbed, including Roys Peak, Mount Iron, Mount Grand and the Pisa Range, all of which provide views of the surrounding area.

Wanaka is host to outdoor recreation and tourism activities with hiking, mountain biking, mountaineering, rock climbing, fishing, paragliding, kayaking, rafting, jetboating, and environmental activities. Wanaka has a sunny climate and serves as an access point to the highest New Zealand mountain outside of the Mount Cook region: Mount Aspiring/Tititea.

Mount Aspiring National Park is popular for mountaineering and hiking. Tourists enjoy day trips into the park and many tourists go hiking in the park for up to a week at a time. Parts of the Matukituki Valley on the road to the park are popular for rock climbing, and for day walks.

Lake Wanaka itself is popular for waterskiing, wakeboarding and sailing. This along with the local rivers provide many opportunities for fishing. There is a dedicated mountain biking area made by volunteers in a local pine forest.

Wanaka has the broadest range of snow activity choices of any town in NZ. These include Treble Cone, Cardrona Alpine Resort, Snow Park and Snow Farm, some of New Zealand's premier commercial ski fields. Wanaka is the main accommodation provider for these resorts and so is very busy in high season (July–September). The Merino Muster is held here.

Wanaka is served by the Wanaka Airport as well as by roads over the Crown Range, through the Haast Pass to the West Coast, to Mt Cook via the Lindis Pass to the north, and south through Cromwell by State Highway 6. There are daily bus services to Christchurch, Dunedin, Queenstown, Invercargill and Greymouth.

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I found myself in Queenstown, New Zealand with a pack of fashion friends last week.

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We ate, we skied, we drank and we shopped.

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