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This excited me when I first saw the building. When I got to the bar it was underwhelming, whisky $15.50 a 30ml nip. First release. A middie in Nsw or schooner in s.a is $7,00 plus but the beer I tasted was nice. Nice location...More
Went in to try a few beers didn't realise it was now a distillery that also sells beer( curtly informed by owner). Ordered some beer samples, the beer were nice, although nothing outstanding. Felt like i was imposing by trying to chat and ask about...More
We visited the brewery after a round trip ride on the Cockle Train.
There were 4 beers on tap and we sampled each of them. My husband thought the Pale Ale was extremely good. The Southerly Buster, stout and steam Ale all were distinct in...More
This micro brewery is in a converted railway goods shed nestled between the water's edge and the Goolwa railway station. The interior is replete with vats, etc giving it a distinct industrial look. The sign says it "was not made over by marketing stylists", but...More
The beers good and the spirits are ok. This place could be so much more than a shed with a bar. The kids love the train going on the track for about half a beer then it's trying to stop them getting into trouble.
This place could be so well done as the shed is really cool and in a great location. The set up is haphazard and appears disorganized with patrons sitting amongst the machinery. We are interested in the process but also want to sit & relax....More
Loving my whiskey I was very excited to find this place down on the wharf at Goolwa. I love to visit these kinds of cozy places to discover and learn about the locally made produce, sample the goods so to speak over an hour or...More