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Best Breweries For Lotto Winners To Tour

We bring you our curated list of the best breweries for lotto winners to tour. Beer, cheese platters, specialist restaurants, and social sessions with friends and family… This combination would appeal to anyone, no matter how unenthusiastic you might be about beer. But, we’re telling you beer straight from the brewery is entirely different. It’s an experience you won’t get anywhere else, and as a lotto winner, the entire experience can be elevated.

What would have been a shared experience with you, your friends, and between 20-60 strangers could be a private affair with just your group and a tour guide. Many of the world’s best breweries offer groups private tours; some will even let you design your own menu.

You’ll get to try beers only available at the brewery, meet the people who make it, and generally have a great time.

With that said, here are some of the best breweries around the world that are worth checking out.


As far as beer destinations go, Vermont is up there with the best of them. And as a lottery winner, it should 100% be high on your travel bucket list, along with a visit to the Hill Farmstead Brewery.

The Hill Farmstead Brewery is often cited as one of, if not the, best brewery in the world. They offer private tours for groups of up to 20 people. You’ll get to try some of their award-winning beers and even design your own menu.

What initially started as a high-school project for founder Shaun E. Hill, the brewery has made quite the name for itself in just ten years. More recently, the brewery has debuted fruited ales with cherries and raspberries and, of course, offer their more popular beer, including Helles and American India Pale Ale.


Originally started from a garage in Christchurch, New Zealand, founder & chef Gavin & his partner, Annika Meiklejohn, moved the operations to Scotland after encouragement from friends and a desire to create beer to match the quality of Gavin’s culinary creations. Gavin explains, “We were making beer in New Zealand, and my friends would come over from Scotland and ask why they couldn’t buy beer like this back home.”

After making a move in 2010, Gavin & Annika set up a ten-barrel brewery, and the Tempest Brewery was born.

With Gavin’s background as a chef, his respect for ingredients and flavour combinations inspired the brewery’s beers. Think smokey beers, chili beers, fruit beers, and there was nothing off-limits. These flavour combinations quickly made a name for the brewery. By 2014 people from all over the world were traveling to see what the fuss was about. Those who couldn’t travel simply ordered from the website, and the team began sending their product worldwide.

2017 also marked a big year for the brewery as they finally opened their long-awaited Taproom & Kitchen on-site, meaning people could come and enjoy a meal paired with one of Gavin’s delicious beers. It was also the year the brewery first hosted Springfest and Oktoberfest, both of which have become mainstays in the craft year calendar each year since.

If you win the lottery and find yourself in Scotland, a visit to the Tempest Brewing Co should definitely be on your list.


Founded in 1996, Three Floyds Brewing Company is famous for using just four main ingredients to create a diverse range of beer styles, all of which encompass unique flavours.

Regarding the variety of brews available, Three Floyds had this to say about their range: “Even with the wide variety of styles we brew, our ales and lagers will always taste like Three Floyds. Using sound techniques, the finest ingredients and innovation, we strive to make the best and most memorable beers.” Thus making them worth the trip!

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“At the heart of Cloudwater Brew Co. is a deep love for the changing seasons, each bringing with it an invitation to enjoy the scarcity and abundance the natural world offers.

We take inspiration from our community, and the change of lifestyle each season, creating beer for moments with friends and loved ones, and to accompany quiet pauses and jovial conviviality as we relax and unwind.” – Cloudwater Brew Co.

This Manchester brewery was founded in 2014 and has become known worldwide for using quality ingredients to craft the best quality brew. Their latest venture, the Barrel Programme, derives inspiration from the nostalgic foamy pint of ’80s lager beers and punches of snakebite.

We recommend the Cloudwater Brew Co being your first stop on your lotto win celebration tour!


You may recognize the Mikkeller name, founded by two home brewers in 2003 as they now have over 250 branches of bars, clubs, and restaurants across 37 countries! Mikkeller specialises in a wide range of beer styles that include malt, hops, barrel-aged, as well as spontaneous fermented beers and fruit beers.

The Copenhagen brewery hosts several events yearly and exports its product to over 50 countries. So you know their product must be good and their brewery is worth a visit for beer enthusiastic lottery winners.

These are just a few of the fantastic breweries around the world that are definitely worth visiting if you’re lucky enough to win the lottery. From Scotland to Denmark, there’s something for everyone! So make sure to add them to your list and enjoy a delicious pint (or three!) while you’re there.


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