Alpine Brew­ery at Din­ner Plain

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DIN­NER Plain can lay claim to, ‘Aus­tralia’s high­est brew­ery’, with the Bl­iz­zard Brew­ing Com­pany craft­ing a va­ri­ety of beers us­ing some of the purest wa­ter in the land.

The com­pany brews with snow-melt, which is fresh and pure Vic­to­rian Alps spring wa­ter. Wa­ter is the main in­gre­di­ent in beer, and theirs is the purest avail­able.

Pop in for a brew­ery tour and tast­ing any day of the week.

Din­ner Plain is not only a fan­tas­tic place to learn how to ski, with a gen­tle begin­ners slope, it is also very af­ford­able. Un­like the other ma­jor re­sorts, there is no re­sort en­try to the vil­lage and a fam­ily lift pass to the Din­ner Plain snow park is only $114 for two adults and two chil­dren.

The snow park was new in 2015 and of­fers ski­ing, snow tub­ing and snow play in win­ter, and tub­ing on ar­ti­fi­cial snow year round.

New light tow­ers which have been in­stalled for this win­ter, will bring night ski­ing and tub­ing to life on Wed­nes­days and Satur­days in peak win­ter sea­son.

The gen­tle slopes at Din­ner Plain and fully au­to­mated snow mak­ing pro­vide great con­di­tions for learn­ing to ski and snow­board in a safe and con­ve­nient lo­ca­tion and once th­ese are mas­tered, guests can progress on to the steeper slopes of Hotham, lo­cated only 10km away.

The Howl­ing Husky Sled Dog Tours are now op­er­at­ing out of Din­ner Plain, ev­ery day through­out win­ter and they have a range of new tours from half an hour around the vil­lage, to half a day over the moun­tain tops.

For some­thing a lit­tle dif­fer­ent, try the new sun­set tour- A Dash at Dusk.

The Church Bar and Café is a new ad­di­tion to the Din­ner Plain Ho­tel from this win­ter and will be open from early morn­ing with cof­fee and break­fast for those on the go.

Through­out the day they will be serv­ing Mex­i­can in­spired bar snacks and nightly will function as a bar.

PHOTO: Din­ner Plain

HUSKY DOG: Howl­ing Husky’s top dog Jake Greaves with two of his beau­ti­ful dogs.

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