Cowaramup Brewing Company

Cowaramup Brewing Company is a family owned microbrewery situated in the world renowned Margaret River Region in WA’s South West. The brewery opened in December 2006, and now serves the seven beers currently available on tap at the brewery which include: Cowaramup Pilsener, Cowaramup Hefeweizen, Cowaramup Lightsign Summer Ale, Cowaramup Special Pale Ale, Cowaramup India Pale & Cowaramup Porter. The venue itself consists of the brewhouse, bar and restaurant with shaded decking and a beautiful beer garden overlooking the surrounding rural area and small dam.

  • Address:
    229 North Treeton Road
    Cowaramup, 6284
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  • Produce:
    Beer, Cider & Mead
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    Have visit/buy premises
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The brewery has a restaurant focusing on local produce with a range of gourmet pizzas as well as other favourites including Salt & Pepper Squid, Fish & Chips, Burger & Brewer’s Platter. 

The Restaurant has a large shaded deck area as well as a beer garden. There is a children’s playground as well as a large paddock area to kick the footy, have a game of cricket or play petanque. CBC supply a range of merchandise including T Shirts, Fleeces, Caps, Beanies, Steins & Glasses, Bottle Openers, Key Ring Torches, Hop Soap, Hop Sleep Oil as well as Growlers. The Growlers are a 2L bottle which will last in the fridge unopened for up to 3 months.

Opening Hours

Daily: 11am to 6pm

Trails passing through Cowaramup Brewing Company 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!