We then walked back to the office through the Gold district
And past the Law Office of Nelson Mandela and O R Tambo
and then to the 5th floor of Louisa's office so I could take some pictures of Joburg CBD.
I didn't go straight home, we arranged another coffee date for Louisa to come to my neck of the woods and I wandered off, on foot, to SAB World of Beer.
R75 entry, tours start on the hour and last around 1 hour 15 minutes. You get 2 vouchers for drinks, a full guided tour and a Castle Draft taster on route and they let you keep the glass.
I was early so opted to visit The Tap Room for some lunch and ordered the Thai chicken salad, it cost R40, the drink was free and it was so appetising I didn't even stop to instagram it.
The tour starts with the story of Charles Glass and tells you about the history of beer from the Egyptians who drank it though a straw to filter it, to the Bavarians who came up with the light liquid colour we know today, a visit through the barley fields and hops and the distilling process before returning to the Tap Room to use the 2nd drinks voucher and a walk back to the car and home.
I'm so glad you came, and that you had a good time. It was great seeing you again and I can't wait for the next time. I always have fun showing off the little bit of town that I do know. The CBD isn't as scary as I thought it would be when I just started working at secret place. There are some lovely places to visit, all more or less walking distance from the office. One day I really need to go do a world of beer tour too (just not on a work day obviously). See you on the farm soon! :-)ReplyDelete
The World of Beer tour sounds like fun! How much is R75 in english pounds? It sounds really cheap!ReplyDelete
at the moment with the exchange rate that would be around £5Delete