Alpine Brewery at Dinner Plain
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.
HUSKY DOG: Howling Husky’s top dog Jake Greaves with two of his beautiful dogs.