Set in a gorgeous location on the flat of the valley at the back of McLaren Vale, our cellar door is a relaxed space with a serene terrace that looks out past the tree-lined creek, over vineyards and across the valley to the southern Mt Lofty Ranges, birds fill the air and if you are lucky you might even spot a kangaroo in the vineyards. Here you can see the brewery in action and taste our handcrafted beer.
Not just home to our award-winning beer, but also a lazy old red dog, a few sheep and a goat and free-ranging chickens.
It’s taken 10 years to get it to where we are, and we hope that you find the time to sit and enjoy the fruits of our labour, you won’t regret it.
Our licence capacity is small, along with our Cellar door.
If you would like to bring a group along you definitely need to book. We have limited group bookings on weekends, on weekdays we are a lot more flexible, but on weekends you do need a booking.
We only take groups up to about 12 people and on weekends the last group booking is 1pm, there are no group bookings after that. Please call 0409 676 542 at least 2 days in advance.
And please remember if you are travelling on a licenced bus, that as a courtesy you must leave any alcohol you have, on the bus, we don’t want to see it walking into our Cellar Door nor being consumed in our grounds.
We offer you the opportunity to taste our beer in various ways in the form of a paddle of four beers, a guided tasting of our range, or just a chilled beer out on the terrace.
We do not offer food at the brewery but feel free to bring your own picnic or snacks.
We are open 7 days from 11am to 5.30pm (Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year’s Day and Good Friday). You might want to check with us in July also, as it’s our quietest month and we usually take a break and close for a couple of weeks. Just give us a call on 0409 676 542 to double check that.
Kids are welcomed, and there is plenty of space for them to move around in.
Your dog is very welcome, but remember that they must be kept on a leash at all times, regardless of the fact our old dog is wandering free.