The Ultimate South Coast Brewery Experience

EUROBODALLA BREWERIES

Eurobodalla is a beer lover’s oasis, with a host of unique breweries sprawled along its stunning coastline and lush hinterland. From crisp lagers to hoppy IPAs, Eurobodalla’s South Coast breweries offer a range of flavours that are sure to delight any palate. Pair your favourite brew with fresh seafood or locally-sourced meats and you’re in for a true taste of the region. So whether you’re after a refreshing pint after a day at the beach or a leisurely afternoon of beer tasting and brewery hopping, Eurobodalla has something for everyone. 

Get ready to raise a glass and discover the hidden gems of the South Coast’s brewery scene!

Broulee Brewhouse

Where: 7 Coronation Drive, Broulee

When: 7 days a week, 8am–9pm

Start your beer tour on the right foot by stopping at Broulee Brewhouse. Located just a stone’s throw from the beach, this stunning brewery exudes quality and passion in every pint they serve. Stop by and enjoy a cold one after a long day at the beach or on your afternoon of beer tasting and brewery hopping. While you’re there, make sure to try their iconic Hazy Ale—a drink that they say feels like a “summery day at the beach”.

Always experimenting with new recipes, their range of handcrafted beers is constantly evolving, enabling them to create the best local brews on the NSW South Coast. Whether you prefer a crisp lager, a hoppy IPA, or a smooth stout, Broulee Brewhouse has something for everyone. And if you’re not sure what to try, their knowledgeable and friendly staff are always on hand to help you find the perfect beer to suit your tastes. In addition to their own brews, Broulee Brewhouse also stocks a range of local wines, cider, and even a ginger sour ale for those looking for something a little different. 

Whether you’re a die-hard beer enthusiast or just looking to try something new, Broulee Brewhouse is definitely worth a visit. With their ever-changing selection of beers, delicious local food, and friendly, welcoming atmosphere, it’s easy to see why they’ve become such a beloved part of the Eurobodalla community.

Quantum Brewery

Where: 57 Hawdon St, Moruya (Moruya Artisan Factory)

When: Thursday to Sunday, 10:30am–6pm

Quantum Brewery—located within the historical Moruya Artisan Factory—offers a one-of-a-kind experience for beer lovers. Led by brewer and owner Sue Melotte, the brewery tour takes visitors through the raw materials and brewing process, culminating in a tasting of the venue’s on-tap beer selection. For those with a taste for dark beer, the experience is enhanced even further when paired with the brewery’s legendary chocolate brownies, making for a truly decadent experience. 

Striving to be as ecologically sustainable as possible, the brewery utilises every by-product to create new products like spent grain biscuits and spent yeast fertiliser. In addition to its commitment to sustainability and quality beer, the Moruya Artisan Factory offers a unique blend of history and modernity. The beautifully-preserved factory building, which dates back to 1930, is now home to the GraniteTown CafeBar as well as this iconic brewery. Visitors can enjoy the unique atmosphere and gorgeous views from the mezzanine CafeBar, making it a destination worth visiting for anyone looking for a unique brewery experience.

Malt Man Brewing

Where: 160 Princes Hwy, Bodalla

When: Thursday to Sunday, 12pm-6pm

Malt Man Brewing is a charming small-batch brewery located in the picturesque town of Bodalla. Their shaded, pet-friendly beer garden provides a relaxing atmosphere for customers to enjoy some of the best-tasting beers on the South Coast. The brewery offers a wide selection of freshly brewed beer, spirits, and carefully chosen wines, complemented by a delicious food menu featuring delectable pizzas, salads, snacks, and homemade cakes.

The couple behind Malt Man Brewing, Eric and Kirsty, are the driving force behind the brewery, brewing some of the finest beverages in the region, including their incredibly delicious signature Malt Man Pale Ale. They use hops grown on-site to create a variety of seasonal brews, which means their selection is ever-changing. Other popular brews on their menu include Raspberry Rogue, Tiny Toro Amber Ale, Pepper’s Porter, Krankin Kolsch, Booster Brut IPA, and The Flash Session Ale.

Big Niles Brewing Co.

Where: 1A Mort Ave, Dalmeny

When: Tuesday to Sunday, 3pm–7:30

Nestled in the charming coastal town of Dalmeny, Big Niles Brewing Co. offers a delightful craft beer experience. This local brewery takes pride in crafting fresh, locally made beers with a range of ales and other varieties to choose from, including their award-winning lager, ale, XPA, NEPA, IPA, and stout. The brewery is equipped with a 500 litre, three-vessel brewhouse, three fermenters, and one bright tank to ensure that every pint is served at its finest quality.

At Big Niles, you can expect a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, where you can sit back and enjoy a cold one with your friends. And if you’re a fan of the brewery’s unique vibe, you can take a bit of the aesthetic home with you! Stubby holders, beanies, tops, hoodies, and jumpers are available at the brewery to show your love and support for this local gem.

Tilba Valley Winery and Alehouse

Where: 947 Old Hwy, Corunna

When: Wednesday to Friday, 10am–4pm, Saturday & Sunday 11am–5pm

Discover the delightful Tilba Valley Winery and Alehouse, a family-run boutique winery and brewery situated at the foot of Mount Gulaga. Surrounded by the stunning Corunna Lake, this idyllic venue is just a 20 minute drive from Big Niles Brewing Co, making it the perfect final stop on your tour. If you’re only looking for beer, don’t let the name scare you off—this winery has also been brewing good beer since 2019, with a range of dark ales, lager, sours, and pales available.

This venue offers a true taste of the region with beer and wine tastings, cellar door sales and local foods served on-site. It has a delicious selection of wines, including Sauvignon Blanc, Organic Verdelho, Rosée, Unwooded Chardonnay, Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, and the rich and flavourful Famous Tilba Tawny—all made on-site. Their delicious lunch menu is sure to impress, with options like the famous Ploughman’s lunch, homemade chicken pies, fresh local fish, succulent steaks, and daily specials to complement your delicious beers.

Tilba Brewing Co

Where: 14 Bate St, Central Tilba (Dromedary Hotel)

When: Monday to Friday, 11am–10pm

Embark on a captivating beer journey in Central Tilba, where Tilba Brewing Co awaits to take you on an unforgettable experience. This homely brewery sits amidst the striking beauty of Gulaga National Park and the unspoiled beaches of the NSW South Coast. The historic Dromedary Hotel, originally built as a coffee palace in 1895, serves as the brewery’s long-standing home. Here, you can indulge in their renowned pub grub, savour their flavourful craft beers, and admire the picturesque main street from the beer garden or veranda.

Under the guidance of head brewer Jono Beazley from Stoic Brewing in Gerringong, Tilba Brewing Co has perfected its beers’ taste and texture to deliver a truly exceptional drinking experience. From their signature Prospector Amber Ale—paying homage to the region’s gold mining heritage—to a diverse selection of other brews, each sip reflects the dedication and artistry that’s poured into every batch. 

Eurobodalla Food Trail

If you love the fresh beer made in Eurobodalla, you’ll love the local foods made with the same level of love. That’s why the Eurobodalla Food Trail is a must-try for any foodie in the Eurobodalla region, taking you on a culinary journey through the best restaurants, cafes, food trucks and local markets on the South Coast. This trail allows you to connect with the local community and learn about the passionate producers, oyster farmers, growers, and chefs who work tirelessly to create delicious, fresh, and sustainable food.

As you embark on the Eurobodalla Food Trail, you’ll have the chance to sample some of the region’s most iconic dishes, including freshly shucked oysters, succulent seafood, and locally grown produce. You can also meet the farmers and producers responsible for these delicious delicacies and learn about the sustainable practices they use to ensure the long-term health of the region’s land and waterways.

Enjoy the breweries around Eurobodalla

Eurobodalla is a great place to explore Australia’s beer scene, with its stunning coastline, rolling green hills and innovative South Coast breweries—each of which with its own unique style and charm. The unique combination of the region’s natural splendour, distinctive brews, and farm-fresh cuisine creates a truly unbeatable experience for locals and visitors alike.

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