Beer Makes Amsterdam Better


  • Explore the streets of Amsterdam while learning about the brewing industry.

  • Visit some of  Amsterdam’s hidden bars and breweries.

  • Wondering about the Heineken building? Let's see it together.

  • Choose from hundreds of ales at a great beer hall.


On this Amsterdam walking tour, we will dive into the exciting world of Dutch beer but going beyond Heineken, Grolsch and Amstel brands.  

To start your adventure meet your guide in Amsterdam Center near the original Heineken building in front of the Beer Temple.

We will take you on a pleasant walk in the streets of Amsterdam and we will be stopping for tasting local beers and will learn about the dutch brewing industry and how German and Belgian influence shaped it all.  Along the way, learn about warehouses where the dutch used to store their beer back centuries ago. After exploring some places in downtown, we will make our way through the red light district to a small brewery in an infamous area.Next on our menu is another brewery that has more than 200 different varieties of beer! Impressive range, hope you can choose too:)Why not have a pale lager, gulp some bitter ale, or sample a strong triple malt, to sum up, your Amsterdam beer tour. Make a toast to Amsterdam with your new friends with our last beer on this tour, and from there, you’re free to stay on at the beer hall for another pint or head back home. Your guide can give you plenty more suggestions on where to go on for more beer, or live music venues. 

Please note that this is NOT a pub crawl.




  • Local English-speaking guide 

  • Three great beers, and

  • One typical Dutch bar snack



  • Language: English (please inquire for other languages)

  • Starting time: 5.00 pm

  • Duration: 3 hours

  • Meeting point: Inside THE BEER TEMPLE, Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 250, Amsterdam

  • Ending point: A beer hall in the city centre.

  • Exclusions: Items of a personal nature, beers or drinks at the final destination, additional bar snacks additional beers while on tour, beer glasses and rare bottles of beer, and tips/gratuities for bartenders.