Seven Sheds

Seven Sheds brewery is owned and operated by Willie Simpson and Catherine Stark, and produces it's flagship Kentish Ale and seasonal beers, as well as honey wines and melomels (mead with fruit). Prize-winning home brewer, mead maker and beer industry commentator for over 20 years, Willie Simpson wrote The Beer Bible in 2006 before turning his hand to brewing hand-crafted beers i small commercial batches in his Railton backyard.


  • Address:
    22 Crockers Street
    Railton, 7305
  • Phone:
    61364961139
  • Type:
    Food/Beverages
  • Produce:
    Beer, Cider & Mead
  • Features:
    Have visit/buy premises, Have Online Store
  • Links:

Opening Hours

Summer...Wed-Sun: 11am to 5pm

Winter.....Wed-Sun: 11am to 3pm

Other times By Appointment


Where To Buy

At the Cellar Door in Railton or online through the Seven Sheds website.


Trails passing through Seven Sheds Stops

Deloraine-Latrobe Produce Loop

Here's a trail with some very different food and beverage producers. Seldom does a relatively small area have such a diversity of produce. The trail starts in Deloraine, up to Railton and further on to Latrobe, then back to Deloraine. Aside from admiring the scenery there is much to admire about the quality of produce from these five producers. Boutique craft beers, melomels and honey wines. Raspberry fruit, preserves, wine and liqueurs. Handmade chocolate. Fresh apple juice and cider, and a tempting range of cheddar style cheeses.

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Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail

Known for its unspoiled natural beauty, rich soil and friendly locals, Tasmania's North West combines stunning scenery with great produce and the ease and comfort of small town living. Roadside stalls and farmhouse shops sell vegetables and fruits, pies, cheeses and handcrafted chocolates, while cellar doors offer wines, beers and whisky from dedicated boutique wineries and distilleries.

The Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail is designed to help you discover the best artisanal producers this special region of Tasmania has to offer.

Whether you’re into sweet treats, fresh produce, fine wines or other delicious delights our trail will guide you to award winning produce, cellar doors, farm stalls and more.

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