Like mothers, employees and Velcro shoes, the beauty of beer often goes unappreciated. It's time we applauded this remarkable beverage, but a simple word of thanks won't do! Raise your glass and toast to beer with today's Deal.Beer lovers rejoice! Grab a mate and show your devotion to the brew with a beer appreciation session for two at Port Dock Brewery Hotel for just $20. Discover the history of different styles of beer on a guided tour of the brewery, available 2pm to 5pm, 7 days a week. Learn all about the processes and take away heaps of troubleshooting techniques for your own brewing adventures.Your experience will be complimented by a Brewer's Paddle each (value $10 each), featuring five beers that are brewed onsite, served in 100ml portions. The paddle is set up selectively, starting with the bitterest beer and ending with the sweetest to ensure that you do not get 'palate shock' by tasting the beers in the wrong order. Four of the beers won multiple medals at the Australian International Beer Awards (AIBA).A bitterness chart and tasting notes will accompany your tasters so you can understand the complexities of each brew. Also enjoy a Ploughman's Platter to share (value $22) including cheese, salami, prosciutto, chorizo, pickled vegetables, chutney, olives and toasted ciabatta.Unlimited vouchers may be purchased, so get a 'brew crew' together, or come back to enjoy the experience again. This Deal makes a great, unique gift for any beer lover too!Your Brewer's Paddle features the following beers:Black Bart Milk Stout: Although smooth and subtle, the sweet maltiness and roasty flavours of this authentic milk stout are very wholesome. Said by some to be an aphrodisiac and excellent served with fresh oysters. 5.8% alcohol by volume – 18 international bittering units. Gold medal winner at AIBA in 2003 and 2009.Ginja: South Australia's first true brewed alcoholic ginger beer, made with fresh ginger root and premium cascade hops. This ale offers excellent year round drinking and is best served over ice. 3.0% alcohol by volume – 4 international bittering units. Bronze medal winner at AIBA in 2003 and 2006.Old Preacher: A dark ale with a rich ruby red complexion, a creamy head and enough spirit to warm the soul. Named to recognise the loss of license to a temperance crusader in 1909, this ale should be imbibed with caution. 7.5% alcohol by volume – 18 international bittering units. Silver medal winner at AIBA in 2005, 2008 and 2009.Port Dock Ale: A refreshing and quenching ale with a sparkling golden hue and a hint of fruit, suitable for year round drinking. 4.5 % alcohol by volume – 20 international bittering units.Black Diamond Bitter: A traditional English Bitter with a hefty smack of East Kent Goldings Hops and a nutty palate. This one's for those who enjoy the aroma and robust hoppiness of the southern counties of England. 5.0% alcohol by volume – 30 international bittering units. Silver medal winner at AIBA in 2008.Port Dock entered South Australian hotel history on June 19, 1855, when its licence was proclaimed, along with 15 other new hotels in the rapidly developing colony. Port Adelaide already was a thriving port and refreshments were in great demand. Today that thirst for refreshment continues. Port Dock is still an entertainment venue with free karaoke and live music on Friday nights in the Brew Bar and free live bands from 2pm on a Sunday afternoon. Enjoy a leisurely lunch and stay for the music.

Get this bargain! for Port Dock Brewery beer appreciation for two including tasters, platter & tour, Port Adelaide. Value $42. from OurDeal!