Top 10 Perth Breweries You Should Visit in 2019

A paddle board of various beers at a brewery

Top 10 Perth Breweries You Should Visit in 2019

Top 10 Perth Breweries You Should Visit in 2019 600 450 James Turner

As Australians, we’ve always had a love affair with beer. But in the last few years, the Perth beer scene has seriously upped its game with a bunch of new breweries opening specialising in their very own version of liquid gold. Now, it’s not uncommon to see craft breweries offering a variety of flavours including strawberries, liquorice or even cranberries. Whether you and your friends are looking for a Friday night after work treat or a long Sunday lunch in the sun, our top 10 Perth breweries to visit in 2019 should be a great start to help you find your version of the perfect brew!

The Island Brew House

Location: Perth (Elizabeth Quay)

Bringing to the table a relaxed alfresco vibe, incredible views of Elizabeth Quay and the CBD, plus 6 craft beers on tap (brewed in-house may we add), the Island Brew House is our pick of Perth breweries to visit in 2019. We say this because not only is the food great, but the team offer a happy hour EVERY Friday to help you bring in the weekend. Don’t go past the Little Island Pale Ale, perfect for a scorching Perth’s summer day!

ADDRESS: Florence Hummerston Building, Elizabeth Quay, Perth WA 6000

Northbridge Brewing Co.

Location: Northbridge

An established institution in the heart of Northbridge – Northbridge Brewing Co. offers its visitors a huge choice of craft beers on tap, $4 pizza every day with any drink purchase AND an invitation to the Beer Club. We love the Beer Club, and we recommend you sign up, too! You’ll get to experience blind tastings and a beer quiz for good measure. Head to their Facebook page to check it out and buy your tickets. 

ADDRESS: 44 Lake Street, Northbridge, Perth WA 6000

Two men making beer in a brewery


Location: Leederville

Tucked away in a leafy Leederville street – Nowhereman is a must visit for those chasing fresh flavours. We loved the Gin & Juicy craft beer – a bold, tropical brew with delicate spice and citrus notes. Apart from the main attraction (the beer), Nowhereman’s kitchen also produces some great seasonal dishes including pizza. Pizza and beer, now that’s a match made in heaven.

ADDRESS: 25 Harrogate St, West Leederville, WA 6007

Little Creatures

Location: Fremantle

The creme de la creme of beer halls – Little Creatures in Fremantle is perched on the waterfront and is a huge warehouse-style venue which is extremely popular on Sunday afternoons. Everyone is Perth knows these guys! With an endless array of brews, great food and a relaxed vibe – It’s no wonder that this brewery always tops the list of the top things to do in Perth!

ADDRESS: 40 Mews Road, Fremantle, WA 6160

Monk Craft Brewery & Kitchen

Location: Fremantle

With an open plan design that cascades onto the famous Fremantle cafe strip – Monk Craft Brewery prides themselves on their small-batch craft beer. Each month the team at Monk work hard and unleash their creative flair to design a limited edition signature recipe. Previous releases include hearty IPA’s and aromatic light blonde ales. Be sure to check these guys out on your way to Little Creatures next time you’re in Fremantle. 

ADDRESS: 33 South Terrace, Fremantle, WA 6160

A local brewery with lots of taps

Feral Brewing Company

Location: Swan Valley

At Feral Brewing you’ll be spoilt for choice with over 16 craft beers on tap. They also have a rolling batch brew release! Be sure to check out ‘The Boris’ a strong Russian imperial stout. Apart from the top-notch selection of beers the restaurant at Feral Brewery delivers modern Australian sharing plates set amongst old vineyards, rusted utes and their barrel aging shed in the distance.

ADDRESS: 152 Haddrill Road, Baskerville, WA 6056

The Camfield

Location: Burswood

Perfect for a pre-game beer, the Camfield is located on the fringe of the brand new Optus Stadium in Burswood. Beware – this place is the new kid on the block and can get seriously busy before a match. In saying this, the 2000 capacity gastropub is now Australia’s largest pub offering 175 beers on tap. Yes, you heard right – 175 beers! We recommend definitely checking our the container bar and dine in the restaurant, too. 

ADDRESS: 1 Roger Mackay Drive, Burswood, WA 6100

The Old Brewery

Location: Perth

The oldest brewery on the list, the team at The Old Brewery produce some of our state’s most iconic and recognisable beers. Launching their microbrewery – Riverside Brewhouse in recent years, this new addition has revolutionised the way these guys make and sell beer. Be sure to check out the Heritage Wheat Beer – the perfect cloudy take on the classic German Hefeweizen. 

ADDRESS: The Old Brewery 173 Mounts Bay Road, Perth, WA, 6000

Mash Brewery

Location: Henley Brook

Mash Brewery now has two locations for you to taste their beer, one in Henley Brook and one in Bunbury. These guys are known in the industry for producing unusual mixes of flavours. We recommend you try the Dark and Stormy – a perfect autumn beverage brewed using ginger, lime and a hint of oaked rum. Pairing that with some BBQ ribs straight from their kitchen, there really is no excuse not to pay them a visit.

ADDRESS: 10250 West Swan Road, Henley Brook, WA, 6055

Homestead Brewery

Location: Caversham

If you are touring the Swan Valley on route to some of the other breweries in the area, we also recommend you pay the little-known Homestead Brewery a visit. Situated on Mandoon Estate, Homestead Brewery prides themselves in big, bold beers and a family-friendly relaxed dining experience. Ohh and they also offer a breakfast service on the weekend. Breakfast beer, anyone?

ADDRESS: 10 Harris Road, Caversham, WA, 6055

If you and your friends are interested in visiting some of the above (if not the whole list), we can help transport you there. Our driver will be on hand to get you from A to B safely, so you don’t have to worry about a dedicated driver. Check out our fleet today!

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