Beer Farm


 We make beers for all occasions 

from smashable lagers your mum and dad would drink to complex IPA’s and sours packed full of rescued fruit supporting Aussie farmers. If beer is not your jam, we also make a cider packed with fresh Manjimup apples.

They are an independently-owned Australian Brewery, with 80 acres of natural Aussie countryside as their backyard, the land is part of who Beerfarm is. The venue is only 5 mins from Yelverton Brook and has been converted from an old dairy farm and continues the traditions of hard work and a focus on fresh produce. You actually wander through the old calving shed and into the brewery. 

Open on Friday nights for their famous Steak nights but bookings are essential and all done online. Plus open 7 days a week for lunch and tastings or a beer or two. The Beer Farm family welcomes those from all walks of life and different corners of the world: men, women, kids, dogs, all people are welcomed with a smile and a schooner… apart from the kids of course.

A herd of Black Angus cattle graze in the paddocks and are fed spent grain from the brewing process. The Beerfarm sources fresh, quality produce from local suppliers; some as local as the neighbouring farms!

Working with the land and environment they cultivate good times & great beers for all occasions. They offer genuine experiences and all are welcome even dogs are allowed on a leash.

In Sept they will be starting actual brewery tours onsite on Friday afternoons and Sat mornings. Then into summer they are open for longer hours and are family friendly with lots of open spaces outside.

They offer 2 x tastings paddles if your adventurous called a "In there Paddle" & "Out there Paddle" showcasing there range of beers plus they make a local Cider from Manjimup apples, which tastes pretty good! 

The Beerfarm is built from the ground up, as nature intended. Offering a genuine commitment to great beer, great people and this beautiful land they live and work on. They believe the future is worth living for.

They committed to reducing their water and energy consumption while striving to grow in scale. They run a herd of Black Angus cattle who eat grass from their paddocks and spent grain from the brewing process, and they are always looking for new ways to establish themselves for the future. While recycling, upcycling and composting are everyday events like bread and butter, each day they strive to improve their efforts in sustainable practices wherever they can.

When they are not making beers, they are kicking up their heels having some fun, filled with great food, music and other beer-focussed shenanigans!


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