Beer

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Gage Roads

Gage Roads is the strip of ocean that separates Rottnest Island and Fremantle in Western Australia. It’s a home to surfers and swimmers; seagulls and sharks; ships and sailors. It’s a place where you can relax, escape, explore, or seek out adventure. Gage Roads saw a lot of themselves in that little spot. That’s why they named their brewery after it. They set up shop in an old margarine factory just outside Freo over 14 years ago and they’ve been crafting beer there ever since. They make a range of ales and lagers, all of which are inspired by our place here on the WA coast.

Colonial

Uncomplicated. That’s life in Margaret River. And that’s the philosophy behind the Colonial Brewing Company. One of the first breweries to open on Western Australia’s wild coastline, the Colonial Brewing Co tapped its first keg in 2004. It was the first step in an incredible journey and guided by some of Australia’s most talented and passionate brewers, they opened their first East Coast brewery in Port Melbourne in 2015. But even as they grow, they still do things the exact same way they do them in the Margaret River. They do them uncomplicated. Because life is better uncomplicated.

Cheeky Monkey

A quality beer for all concerns! Cheeky Monkey Brewing Co produces only the finest beer sold at the better pubs, clubs and independent drinking establishments. Founded in 2012 by the Burton Family, Cheeky Monkey Brewing Co invites everyone for the ultimate refreshment – beer. Whether you’re a craft beer enthusiast or a lover of beer in general, they have the ultimate thirst quenching beer for you!

Don’t monkey around…join the beer parade today!

Matsos

Being the most remote brewery in Australia is certainly a challenge at times but the Matso’s team love their spiritual home in Broome. Matso’s Broome brewery as we know it began in 2000 when Martin and Kim Peirson-Jones took over a truly micro 200l brewery that was also a café and art gallery. Now the brewery is famous for its Ginger Beer and Mango Beer along with the ice-hot Chilli Beer and a range of seven products now available in bottleshops around Australia! It’s still a family owned business and the three generations of family still live here in Broome and are often seen at Matso’s after a hard day at work.

Feral Brewing

The nature of Feral is to cast domesticity aside and embrace the wild. To tear apart and destroy terrains and forge new environments for the benefit of the herd, and the continuation of our species. It is to be uncompromising, untamed, and downright unapologetic: a way of life born from raw, natural instincts and perfected by thousands of years of evolution. And to be free to wear short shorts on a Friday.

Welcome to Feral. They like their beers like they like their metaphors: heavy.

Stone & Wood

Born and raised in Byron Bay, they’re proudly independent and local, brewing and bottling their approachable beer in the Northern Rivers of NSW. After catching a wave, a band at the pub, exploring the hinterland or catching up with friends, in their part of the world people enjoy having a beer. They brew beer for times like these – beers for the locals, friends passing through and those who appreciate good beer.

Balter Brewing

More than just a name, BALTER is the sense of enjoyment you get from doing something you love, just for the thrill of it. At Balter, they’re all about celebrating that enjoyment with you, because beer is more than just a drink: it draws tribes together and is a companion to many great moments in life.

Little Creatures

It started with a group of mates. All hailing from the beer scene, these guys wanted to brew an awesome, hop-driven American Pale Ale with a distinctive aroma and delicious flavour. A huge shed (and former crocodile farm) on the water’s edge in Fremantle was to become the home of this beer and the birthplace of Little Creatures Brewing.

Blasta Brewing

“BLASTA”, SCOTTISH GAELIC-ENGLISH // TYPE- ADJECTIVE; TASTY, DELICIOUS

Blasta are committed from the start that they would only brew delicious beers and would not release a beer unless it conformed to that standard. They stand by their commitment.

Pirate Life

Adelaide deserves to be famous for more than churches and an iced coffee fetish. Sunshine, great food, better wine and famous festivals; it was the obvious choice for Pirate Life. Melburnians and Sydneysiders can make all the snide remarks they like; Pirate Life don’t mind having Adelaide to themselves. It’s heaps good.

4 Pines

4 Pines make beer because they love beer. Loving beer makes it easy to show all your mates that you love them too. Then you get lucky, and the amount of mates you have grows, and now you have a diverse community to love. Then you hug a pine tree, which gives you pine-rash, which you wear with pride. It’s all about where we are, who we’re with and how much we love our world. For 4 Pines, it’s about measuring success in the smiles on their faces, the taste of their beer and how well they can treat our planet so that the fun had today is still on offer when they’re old and grey.

Rocky Ridge Brewing

Rocky Ridge strive to be paddock to plate producers, sourcing most of their ingredients on site (or as locally as humanly possible!) Be honest with everyone and build relationships. It’s not just about the beer, its about the people around. Treat everyone like friends- It’s the stuff inside that counts.

Eagle Bay Brewing

With sweeping views over rural landscape and the Indian Ocean, Eagle Bay Brewing Co is a microbrewery, restaurant and vineyard tucked away on the family farm, in the northwestern corner of the Margaret River wine region. Their beers are handcrafted and brewed in small batches and made with only four ingredients; freshly harvested rainwater, malted barley, yeast, hops and sunshine to power their brewery. They do not add any preservatives to their brews and they source quality ingredients from around the globe to bring you freshly brewed beer to your glass.

Beerfarm

The people who work at Beerfarm own Beerfarm. It’s built on grit, determination and the desire to do better. Having come from all walks of life and different corners of the world… some from beer, some from good times and some simply from their parents, they are unified in the belief of doing things differently, doing things right: Beer & Business – for the people, for the land, and for the environment. ESTABLISHED FOR THE FUTURE.

Naked Apple

It’s where the good times roll, the banter flows, the tunes are soulful and the smiles are warm and free. They don’t add anything to their cider that isn’t found naturally in, or on, an apple. That means no added sugar, no flavourings, no preservatives, no additives, nothing funky. To ferment their brews they rely on wild yeast beasties found on the skins of the apples at each press, as well as yeasty critters found in the air of the beautiful Korung National Park, which borders their property on three sides. Naked Apple brews are about as real and as natural as it gets.

Boston Brewing

A family run business situated in the Great Southern region of Western Australia. Boston Brewery calls Denmark home. It’s pure and pristine; it’s where they find their inspiration. From the crisp clean waters and ancient rock formations, to the untouched forests that meet the sea. Thinking local first in all aspects of the business, Boston Brewing Co. is always looking for ways to contribute to the sustainability of the Denmark community.

Custard & Co

Found in the heart of apple growing country in the South West of Western Australia, Custard & Co has always been a little different, using whole local fruit to make a true, whole apple cider. NO concentrate and NO flavouring. They revel in the nuttiness of what nature throws at them, using spontaneous wild yeast from the apples at each pressing, and open fermentation, with the good stuff bubbling away for somewhere between 4 and 12 weeks (occasionally encouraged by the Custard crew hugging the tanks for extra love).

Golden West Brewing

Golden West Brewing Co. is the rebirth of a quintessential Leederville brand. Over 120 years ago in 1896 J.J. Wallis established the Golden West Company which operated out of a large factory on Carr Place and sold aerated waters and other carbonated beverages. Over the course of its history Golden West changed hands several times but always remained in Leederville. Golden West was eventually bought one last time and dissolved after Coca-Cola took ownership and the original site of Golden West’s operations were demolished in the 70’s after over 75 years of crafting local products for the residents of Leederville.

Funk Cider

FUNK Cider is one of the few brewers in the world crafting authentically natural cider; retaining the nutritional goodness of its fruits without using anything artificial. Hailing from a farm themselves, the brothers are committed to supporting local farmers and so only use local W.A. produce in their ciders. FUNK Cider’s name carries over to its creative brewing processes: these mouth-watering ciders are crafted using unique techniques like infusing real fruits, wild fermenting and barrel aging.

New Belgium Brewing

New Belgium Brewing follow these core values: Remembering that they are incredibly lucky to create something fine that enhances people’s lives while surpassing their consumers’ expectations. Producing world-class beers. Promoting beer culture and the responsible enjoyment of beer; kindling social, environmental and cultural change as a business role model. Environmental stewardship: Honoring nature at every turn of the business. Cultivating potential through learning, high involvement culture, and the pursuit of opportunities. Balancing the myriad needs of the company, our coworkers and their families. Trusting each other and committing to authentic relationships and communications; continuous, innovative quality and efficiency improvements. Having fun.

Moon Dog

This is what it’s all about, right? Bloody delicious beers. They don’t really believe in rules at Moon Dog. They’ve got time for every style, from stouts to sours and everything in-between. And as you may have noticed, they’ll put pretty much anything into a beer if they think it will taste good. So strap in and get ready to try something a bit different.

Fixation Brewing

This is Fixation Brewing Co. and they are obsessed with great IPA’s. Some would call it a Fixation, and so they did. They focus on making the freshest IPA’s possible from grain to glass. Making great IPA is at the heart of everything they do. Fixation is backed by people who know beer, lead by a team who live for IPA’s and fronted by a man who has a fanatical obsession with the style.

Heroes & Villains

Heroes and Villains is a micro brewery making craft beer designed to be enjoyed by everyone, for every occasion. We make beer for the new age. Flavoursome, accessible and interesting.

Seasonal Brewing Co

The Seasonal Brewing Company will be a boutique microbrewery with a tasting and dining area on site. It will produce beer on site to a capacity of 1000 to 2000 litres per batch of premium quality beer to satisfy the high end of the craft beer market. Only the finest quality ingredients will be used and there will be no compromise on the types and quantity of ingredients.