Bootleg Brewery

Nestled amongst the rustle of century old trees yet close enough to the south-west coast to take in a salty infusion of the Margaret River coastline, Bootleg Brewery.

  • Address:
    Puzey Road
    Wilyabrup, 6285
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  • Type:
  • Produce:
    Beer, Cider & Mead
  • Features:
    Have visit/buy premises
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Bootleg Brewery opened its doors 1994 after the amazing transformation of a 73-acre block of land in Wilyabrup. Originally brewing a single beer, known as “Bitter Beer”, Bootleg beer has developed greatly over the years, now producing 6 different brews as well as a seventh seasonal beer. Housing a brewery, bar and restaurant, Bootleg Brewery attracts many tourists and locals alike who are drawn to relaxed atmosphere, delicious lunches and high-quality, and tasty, boutique beers. The combination of these elements creates a great afternoon out, fit for any occasion or just to enjoy drinking a beer in the West Australian sun.

Opening Hours

Open 11am to 6pm 7 Days 
Restaurant open from 12 noon

Other Information

At our boutique restaurant you can graze at salty snacks, share tasting plates or enjoy a meal. The menu showcases the fresh and seasonal produce that our region has to offer, which means our customers are constantly spoilt for choice. Little ones can enjoy their own taste sensations and take their pick from our kid’s menu then burn up energy on the exciting playground.

Trails passing through Bootleg Brewery Stops

South West Craft Beer Festival Trail

The South West Craft Beer Festival features brewers based in the South West region of Western Australia, from Mandurah through to Albany. 13th February 2016 at Old Broadwater Farm, 56 New River Ramble, Busselton (entry via Swamp Hen Lane). Hours 11am to 6pm. This includes breweries of all sizes, who produce numerous different styles of beer. We also understand that some crazy people are not beer drinkers, so we have a number of ciders, ginger beer, wine and bubbles also available. You can taste all these great beers at the annual festival, but also you can visit these brewers throughout the year...just follow the trail!