Since 1820, when the then owner of Saku manor, count Karl Friedrich von Rehbinder, established a brewery on his estate, Saku's brewers have been brewing excellent Estonian beer using local groundwater and the best hops, malt and yeast available.
Saku Brewhouse got its name from a historical brewery that was built on the banks of the River Vääna, where beer was made from 1909–1992.
Beer Museum of the Brewhouse introduces the centuries old beer traditions of Estonia and Saku Brewhouse, as well as the history of production and technology. During a 1.5 h tour, you can see the process of brewing and taste great Estonian beer straight from the factory.
Good to know: minors are not allowed to participate in the tour.
Been several times while visiting family. The brewery is more like an interesting pub. When weather is nice, grab one of the few tables outside. Really good beer!
Approx £120 for up to eight people, with no discount if fewer people. The tour guide was an interesting older lady that gave an fascinating insight into occupied Estonia and the shortages - but knew...
I have to write and review on my own added restaurant in Tripadvisor. After the last visits, it seems that the food quality is getting more poor as well as the attitude of the management. Maybe it is...