Discover the best Perth craft breweries and bars
The capital of Western Australia is a hub for brewed and craft beer, so if you’re planning your itinerary of things to do in Perth, a visit to these breweries and bars will be time well spent.
Savour the local sips of Perth and surrounds as you work your way through our selection of breweries and bars.
Petition Beer Corner
State Buildings, Corner St Georges Terrace & Barrack Street, Perth
With 18 independent taps and a wide selection of local and imported bottled beers, Petition Beer Corner will leave you spoiled for choice. While the variety may be a little overwhelming at first, you’ll be in good hands. All staff members are qualified with Cicerone certification to offer guests premium service and expert beer knowledge, guiding you on your journey to uncover the perfect beer. If you need any more convincing, Petition Beer Corner was also recently crowned Australia’s Best Specialty Beer Venue as part of the Bartender Magazine Bar Awards.
Their food menu has been carefully crafted by the head chef to complement the beers on offer. Indulge in dishes such as stracciatella, sweet potato, picked oyster mushroom and chilli pepper or delicious French onion crème potato crisps.
So regardless of whether you’re a beer novice or aficionado, you will find a tipple to suit your tastes with an excellent mix of approachable styles and more challenging flavours. See what’s on tap.
Dutch Trading Co
243 Albany Highway, Victoria Park – 10-15 mins from Perth
For drinks close to the city centre you can’t go past Dutch Trading Co. This cosy bar has live music on occasion and a pool table to keep you entertained as you sample the beer selection. If you’re feeling indecisive, leave the choice up to your bartender and order a flight featuring four different tapped beers. Less time pondering the menu, more time to enjoy the latest tipple on offer – win-win.
If hunger calls order a cheeseboard on the side, your tastebuds will thank you. To discover what’s on tap at Dutch Trading Co visit Now Tapped.
40 Mews Road, Fremantle – 30 mins from Perth
Little Creatures is one of Perth’s leading, home-grown breweries. When you arrive, begin with a visit to the Brewhouse where resident ‘Hopheads’ will guide you through a tasting and tour. Afterwards, go to the Great Hall for a slice of pizza in one hand, beer in the other as you immerse yourself in the bustling brewing environment.
If there’s one thing that the team at Little Creatures do best, it’s Pale Ale, so be sure to try some during your visit. Alternatively, sample one of their seasonal beer releases.
Staying in the area for a few days? Sign yourself up to the Little Creatures beer school to learn brewing basics or take advantage of the free bike hire and explore the neighbourhood.
You can also find Little Creatures in Geelong, Victoria.
Colonial Brewing Co
56 Osmington Road, Margaret River – 36 minutes from Busselton
In the iconic and pristine Margaret River region you’ll find Colonial Brewing Co. Colonial Brewing Co are dedicated to producing uncomplicated beers that are ‘brewed small and lived big’.
The range is sure to impress. If you need some assistance deciding what to try first, we recommend one of the following:
- The Colonial Draught – a beer designed to be enjoyed at any time, with anything. It’s refreshing and easy to drink.
- The Small Ale – For a mid-strength option that is full of flavour, lower in alcohol but not lacking in satisfaction
- P.A Australia – the IPA specifically made for Australians, using Australian hops and malt.
Your time at Colonial Brewing Co is best spent soaking up the views and enjoying the relaxed atmosphere as you consume a chilled out meal. Choose from old and new favourites like grilled market fish, fried mac and cheese or beetroot cured salmon, or order a gourmet pizza to share with the table.
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