(DEPARTING FROM YALLINGUP/DUNSBOROUGH/BUSSELTON)
Being a Margaret River based operator we require a minimum of 6 people to run Northern Tours.
We visit FOUR of the below breweries during the tour (12pm-6pm) We always plan the itinerary to maximise your time in the breweries and minimise your time in the bus.
Black Brewing Company
Black Brewing Co.’s production capability is 160,000 litres of beer per year in the German built brewery. A significant step up from its humble suburban beginnings in Stewart Sampson’s back shed. You can sit back, enjoy an ice cold beer and be mesmerized by their giant water fountain and grand setting.
Bush Shack Brewery
Chilli Beer, Chocolate Beer or even a Mango Madness. Sound intriguing? Perhaps a Wheat Beer, a dark ale or a cider is more to your taste? At the Bush Shack Brewery located in the picturesque Southwest, they specialise in great tasting, all natural, unfiltered brews and flavoured alcoholic beverages. There is literally something for everyone here. You can even try and bet the next round of drinks on their round pool table.
Margaret Rivers original brewery. Bootleg brewery have been brewing fresh local beer since 1994. They coined the saying an oasis of beer in a desert of wine. They have an awesome range of outdoor lawn games, from life size connect four, to giant jenga and more. For kids and the kid in all of us. Throw in an ever changing lineup of unique beers and you couldn’t bootleg this if you tried.
The Beer Farm
Cultivating great beers and good times. Located on a converted dairy farm in Metricup in the South West. You enter via the creamery and milking parlour. This brings you into the old hayshed which has been converted into a tasting bar. Even the brewery is located in the round house. Look outside and there are goats and 30 cattle grazing on it’s property. You won’t forget this place too soon. This really is the beer farm.
Eagle Bay Brewing
Eagle Bay Brewing Co’s beers are made with fresh rainwater, malted barley, yeast and hops… only. They do not add any preservatives or nasty stuff to their beers. All their beers are filtered and served at 2℃ straight from the tanks in the brewery to your glass. After a few cold beers you may even see an eagle fly over the bay.
They may have started out as a winery, however they have now evolved into a distillery and brewery. Their Nano brewery produces magnificent crafted ales and as one of the only distilleries in the South West, they pride themselves on their quality and unique recipes. At The Grove Experience they deliver something very different. That’s why they call themselves an Experience.