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Matutu Brewery, Rarotonga

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Brewery
Home of Mai Lager and Kiva Pale Ale, beers found in most Cook Islands establishments, Matutu Brewery remains the only brewing company in the country. Add it to your itinerary and take a guided tour to learn about the production process involved in creating the brewery's handcrafted beers. Following the tour, sample the brews and feel free to ask questions. Put Matutu Brewery into our Rarotonga trip itinerary maker and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • Must do in Raro :) Tiny brewery with interesting history. Beer tasting and very informative tour. Loved it. And Matutu is delicious!  more »
  • The experience is not so much of a tour as it is a relaxed sit down and tasting as their brewery is so small. We had an awesome time with our brewer who spoke so well and was so informative with his k...  more »
  • This is a tiny local brewery. No fancy bottling machines (which have never been running when I've been on tours at large breweries). Labels are placed on the bottles by hand. The talk is informative a...  more »