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Vilnius Food & gourmet tours

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Vilnius: Beer Tour & Tasting

1. Vilnius: Beer Tour & Tasting

Take a journey through the history of beer brewing in Lithuania, where it is referred to by the people as liquid bread, on this 3-hour tour. In addition, you will find out how it was produced, viewed, and consumed in the past, in comparison to today. Pay a visit to a variety of pubs and sample the different kinds of beers available, as your guide shares how beer has left its mark on popular folklore. Continue on to a small, local beer brewery, where professionals will reveal the methods and secrets of beer production. When your tour ends, use it as a starting point for exploring Vilnius's unique nightlife.

Vilnius: Private Lithuanian Traditional Cheese Tasting

2. Vilnius: Private Lithuanian Traditional Cheese Tasting

You will try 48-, 36-, 24-, 18-, and 12-month-old Džiugas hard cheese and look for unique combinations with various condiments: honey, nuts, grapes, pears, jam. A glass of branded wine Džiugas will also be offered. You will see for yourself the intricacies of the taste of various ripened cheeses, because even a small piece pleases the one with its savory strength, light acridity and is pleasantly crushed with delicate calcium crystals. Time will not last while tasting and talking about the benefits of cheese, the history of its consumption and the latest trends, we will reveal many secrets and regional legends that only Džiugas knows.

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Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 14 reviews

Fun, entertaining, friendly, informative and perfect for large group.

I went on this tour with my daughter, age 23, so the cost for 2 people was not very economical. During the course of the evening, we drank less than 2 pints each. However, the guide was especially knowledgeable and friendly. She was well prepared with historical information about the history of beer in general and in Lithuania in particular. We stopped at 2 micro breweries and one pub. The publican at 'Busi Trecias' was especially outgoing and descriptive about his family's business. Our last stop was at 'Jovaro Snekutis' and we enjoyed the dark beer but the light beer seemed to be 'off' and we did not drink it. 'Snekutis' did not interact with us, except to bring the beer. This was disappointing as we were expecting a very interesting and 'chatty character'. Suggest you include a local phone number on your website as I did not have any confidence that the website was legitimate until I called the office in Germany.