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Tamworth NSW

Peel Street,
NSW 2347.

Former Royal Standard Brewery's Bottling Department

Part of the Royal Standard Brewery, established in 1879. Was the largest brewery outside of Sydney. Closed in 1921.

The raised letters can just be made out under the Spotlight signs.

Photo 23/08/2004
Photos and information submitted by Jon G, Many Thanks

Hobart Tasmania

Cascade Brewery

Cascade Brewery
131 Cascade Road, South Hobart TASMANIA 7004 Ph 03 6221 8300
Brewery was established in 1824.

Photo: 16/11/2005.
Courtesy Jon Many Thanks.

Visitors Centre

Cascade Visitors Centre & Bar, 140 Cascade Road, South Hobart TAS 7004

Photo: 16/11/2005.

Brewery tours are a must. Bookings are essential on 03 6224 1117.

Jon got someone else to take this photo. Taking it himself may have involved leaving the Bar. How does it taste Jon :-)

Hobart Tasmania

Lark Distillery

Lark Distillery
14 Davey Street, Hobart TAS 7000
03 6231 9088

Established in 1992 with the first distillers licence issued since 1830!

Specialises in single malts.

Freemantle Western Australia

Little Creatures Brewery,

40 Mews Road,
WA 6160

Phone 08 9430 5155

Photo Submitted by Jon G many Thanks
Photo 09/03/2006.

Timboon Victoria

Historic Timboon Railway Shed
The Railway Yard,
Bailey Street,
Victoria. 3268
Licencees: Tim Marwood and Caroline Simmons

Ph: 03-55983555

The historic Timboon Railway Shed is right in the centre of the township of Timboon, at the end of the Camperdown to Timboon 34km Rail Trail. This iconic building has been lovingly restored and established as a Whisky Distillery to compliment a number of other local produces on sale.

Photos (September 2008) and information submitted by Gary Pope, Many Thanks

These days the product is a reputable 'top drop' unlike the heady days of illicit production back in the 1890's in the area. But you'll have to pop in to get the full story of that fascinating event, and savour their single malt whisky, strawberry Schnapps and tasty whisky based Coffee Cream - all very easy to indulge!

The Shed provides travellers the opportunity to sample many of the local's wonderful taste treats, including fine chocolates, Ice Cream, locally brewed beers, a number of excellent cheese products and yoghurts. The Shed houses a cafe with open fire and also boasts an alfresco meals area.

Historical information about the Rail Trail and the origins of the Shed itself make for a great read.

Mudgee New South Wales

Mudgee Brewing Company

Church Street
Mudgee, NSW 2850
(02) 6372 6726

From the website
"Two things influence the way we craft our beer: local water and local tastes. So, we've customised a range of beautifully balanced beers, including some great seasonal varieties, that have been given two thumbs up by the Mudgee locals".

Photos and information submitted by Gary Pope, Many Thanks

Otway Estate Victoria

Otway Estate Brewery and Winery

This up and coming brewery produces their very own Prickly Moses range of ales - in fact an even dozen of them at the time of writing, with some of the more popular ones sold both in, and beyond the region 'on tap'.

Located right in the Otway Ranges rainfall area where it is known to reach over 2000ml per annum of rainfall (yes that much!) this purest of pure water source is the secret to their success in producing some very nice thirst quenching ales.

But this pursuit is one of many that the business operates, with its roots in wine production and event management utilising the modern facilites built in Barongarook. Accommodation is also available in cottages built on the estate, right amongst the grape vines.

Needless to say, they have a number of their tapped beers available at the nearby historic Gellibrand Hotel 11kms south of the brewery.

Check them out at:

Photos and information submitted by Gary Pope, Many Thanks

Geelong Victoria

The original Scottish Chiefs Hotel, the current Scottish Chiefs Hotel and the façade of the 1851 Malt House which was associated with another brewery.

Scottish Chiefs Tavern Brewery

The Hotel was established in 1848. Only one of Pubs in the area constructed between 1840 and 1848 still standing. Built next to and including the original Scottish Chief Hotel

  • Micro Brewery
  • Dining
  • Beer Garden
  • Functions

Brewery Area

Mt Tambourine Queensland

Mt Tambourine Brewery

Photos 17/01/2009
Photo submitted by Peter Simpfendorfer, Many Thanks

Healesville Victoria

The White Rabbit Brewery
has only recently opened in early 2009, and brews up a single dark ale. It is located alongside the Giant Steps Innocent Bystander windery, and the Beechworth Bakery at the eastern entrance to the town of Healesville.

They were serving a pan-sized lathering of snags at the Whtie Rabbit - cop the size of the frypan!

Abbotsford Victoria

Adding the fermenter. Photo courtesy Gary Pope and Jake

Moon Dog Craft Brewery

The owners would like to mention that it is 'up and coming' as opposed to in production now as you can tell from this photo. Aiming for a proposed January 2011 release.

"On The Mountain" Band members Jake and Josh have grouped up with long time friend: Karl, to form Moon Dog Craft Brewery.

Photo Gary Pope. Boys taking time off from making beer to make some music.

The address of the brewery is 17 Duke Street Abbotsford.

Moon Dog website

The boys are very excited about the Beer SpecTAPular in Feb at the Local Taphouse in St Kilda.

Jamieson Victoria

Jamieson Brewery and Hotel

Photo April 2010
Photo and information submitted by Gary Pope, Many Thanks

Jamieson Brewery and Hotel

"Good slection of micro-Brewery ales here!.

Mountain Ale, Pale Ale, and "The Beast!". I particularly like the "Beast", despite being a pale ale man myself. Top location for clubs and get-togethers. On the day we were there, they had just catered lunch for about 50 of the Hot Rodders Car Club touring the Mansfield Jamieson area for the weekend." - Gaz

Thanks Gaz

GdayPubs listing and more Pics

Bredwery website


Gaz, crew and Chow Chow enjoying the wheat beer.

Bintara Micro Brewery

"The beer may be big on flavour, but the bewwery dog is small in stature!

The Microbrewery had three beers on tap to choose from the day we visited, but did have a fourth, a dark ale, that was evidently quite a nice drop. Not sure whether it will be re-runing, but the locals spoke well of it. Bintara is also a winery, running under the name of Vintara.

Tanks where the magic happens

The beers comprised a Wheat Beer, which we felt was a little on the bitter, in fact citris like flavour. There was a Pale Ale that went down quite nicely, and a Pilsner that was a temptation to try as well. So we await the resurgence of their Black Beer!

By the way, the dog's name is Chow Chow.