Quintessential Southern Tipple

Being a university town, there is no shortage of places in Dunedin that make beer, and taking pride of place is the city’s Speight’s Brewery. “Since 1876, the Speight’s Brewery has been supplying the city’s residents, and the world, with some mighty fine beers, including the iconic ‘pride of the south’,” Liz Lewis, for USA Today, explains. “The Speight’s Brewery tour of the working brewery and museum is a popular tourist attraction. For a quintessential Dunedin pub experience, why not check out one of the following craft pubs – the tonic (a runner-up in the 2011 Brew and Brewer’s People’s Choice Awards for best beer venues in New Zealand), the Albar and the Metro.”


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