Did you know St Kilda was named by Charles La Trobe, after a schooner?

Ok that Schooner was a ‘boat schooner’ and not the ‘beer glass schooner’- but a classic proud drinking hub such as St Kilda being named after a beer glass makes more sense to us..

St Kilda is home to artists, musicians, punks and backpackers – know for its culture of bohemianism this sea side has recently being drowned in a sea of showcase craft beer venues. 

Let our guide tell you tales about history of this infamous Melbourne town whilst indulging in a huge range of local craft beers 

Each tour tells St Kilda’s history and stories of the people behind it whilst highlighting the current craft beer culture

Places we like to visit. Every tour is different 

With the rise in popularity of craft beer and cider in Australia this little craft bottle shop adapted and saw the demand of 'try before you buy'. There are simply too many amazing beers here to count - and the guys serving them are as passionate as they get!

Windsor Castle. Busy hotel for gastropub eats, a great selection of craft ales with an ample, leafy courtyard, plus pink elephants on the roof. Yep. Pink Freaking Elephants. An improbable oasis away from the hectic pace of Chapel Street

A far cry from the rough Guinness swilling Irish pub of it's former life - this small craft beer mecca has 19 taps pouring different rotating ales from all over the globe. A must on any St Kilda Craft Beer Adventure

Named after Frederick Wimpole, mayor of St Kilda in the late 1880s and one time owner of the George Hotel (the venues previous incarnation) this USA dive bar is a unique experience for all who enter. 13 taps will keep any beer connoisseur thoroughly entertained. Live music and pool tables to boot!

"WHAT IS LADRO TAP? It's about being a sustainable Modern Italian eatery + bar. We recycle 100% of our organic waste from the kitchen (and you can buy it for $2 a bag). We also have 18 TAPS for your beer, vino + soft drinking pleasure"

Craft beer, live music and comedy in a roomy tavern with old-school furnishings and a bocce court. One of the fathers of Craft Beer Venues in Australia. 

  • This tour includes a wide range of different ales and lagers for each beer drinker
  • Numbers per trail: we have a limit of 15 people per trip. 
  • GROUP EVENT: Groups of 16 and over please contact us at andy@andystrails.com.au 
  • Venues may change due to availability. Trust me – we will find good beer
  • Please note: As food is not included on this tour & we are drinking quite a bit of beer it is highly recommended to have a substantial meal prior to commencing the tour


Check out our Collingwood and Brunswick Craft Beer Walking tours here