Breweries and Cideries in Perth

Breweries in Perth

Love a local brew? You’re in luck! Perth is home to many breweries and cideries that craft their own refreshing drinks. Most come with good pub-style food too, and lush gardens to enjoy a long lunch in. While many are found in the Swan Valley and Perth Hills, you’re bound to find a Perth Brewery or Cider House near you in our big guide.

Breweries in Perth

Homestead Brewery, Caversham

The huge Homested Brewery, is found at Mandoon Estate, in the Swan Valley. The popular brewery has a shady beer garden, with loads of picnic benches and a fenced playground. Inside, the modern brewery has views overlooking the vineyards, to enjoy over a tasty lunch. For craft beer connoisseurs there’s a good choice on tap. There’s German-style lagers, a “Kaisers Choice” a German-style wheat-beer, American style pale ale, IPA and cider too. Read all about it in the Seniorocity review.

Find Homestead Brewery at 10 Harris Road, Caversham.

Homestead Brewery


Blasta Brewing Company, Burswood

Found in a former warehouse, near Optus Stadium and the Crown Resort, Blasta is not just a brewery. The beer hall boasts a coffee shop, and a child-friendly alfresco area. Blasta is derived from the Scottish Gaelic word for delicious or tasty and that’s what the owners have set out to do with their food and beer. The beer has won a handful of trophies from the 2020 Perth Royal food awards are displayed on the bar including the champion beer award where the Blasta team triumphed over more than 300 entries nationwide. Read all about it in the Seniorocity review.

Find Blasta Brewing Company at 84 Goodwood Parade, Burswood.

Blasta Brewing Company


Otherside Brewing Co. Myaree

When you think of Myaree you probably think of the industrial area. Well, if you take a few turns off Leach Highway, you will find the Otherside Brewing Co too. The production brewery is open to enjoy a brew or two. The funky set up, with a central bar, has lots of tables and even live music on a Sunday. The friendly local hangout for people, kids and even dogs. A tasting paddle with a sample tasting of 6 different beers is popular. Read all about it in the Seniorocity review.

The Last Drop, Bedfordale

Found at Perth’s very own Elizabethan Village, there’s a faux Tudor pub named The Last Drop. The boutique brewery has been brewing ale since 1992. The pub is a good representation of an old English pub, with low, beamed ceilings, a large open fireplace and dark furniture. There are plenty of tables in the shaded courtyard or on the “village green”. There’s a good selection of European style tap beers to choose from ranging from Bohemian pilsners to dark beers and ciders all brewed in their own brewery. Read all about it in the Seniorocity review.

Find The Last Drop Elizabethan Pub at 25 Cannes Road, Bedfordale.

The last Drop


Bailey Brewing Co, Henley Brook

Bailey Brewing Co, the Swan Valley’s newest microbrewery, has a relaxing, well-manicured beer garden. Choose from seating inside the brewery, out on the veranda, or out by the playground. If you’d prefer to sit away from children playing, there’s a lovely beer garden out by the bell tower. The menu has all the pub food favourites, including pizzas, burgers, fish and chips, though nothing too fancy. Grandkids will love to play on the beautiful playground, cleverly designed using vintage Bedford trucks. Read all about it in the Seniorocity review.

Find Bailey Brewing Co at 9861 W Swan Rd, Henley Brook.

Breweries in Perth


Cideries in Perth

Core Cider House, Pickering Brook

Pickering Brook has been home to orchards for generations. Be sure to drop by Core Cider House for a cheeky drink of apple or pear cider in the gorgeous “cider garden”. Found in a picturesque setting, sit up in the dining room, which has sweeping views of the tree covered hills, full table service and a tasty lunch menu. You’ll find dry ciders, like “Hard Core”. The sparkling pear “Peace Core” is a favourite. Read all about it in the Seniorocity review.

Find Core Cider House at 35 Merrivale Rd, Pickering Brook.

Core Cider House


Funk 2.0, Hanley Brook

Love a glass of cider, craft beer or locally made wine? You can get all this, plus excellent food at the Swan Valley spot Funk 2.0 . This cidery is the second venue, the first Funk Cider is a more casual spot in Caversham. Previously been home to other cellar doors, including the original Evans and Tate winery, this is a top spot for local craft brews. Their non-alcoholic sodas are great too. Read all about it in the Seniorocity review.

Find Funk 2.0 at 38 Swan Street, Henley Brook.

Breweries in Perth


Naked Apple Cider House, Karragullen

The Perth Hills is home to the Naked Apple Cider House. Found in a beaut bush spot, with the fresh smell of gumtrees and the sound of Kookaburras laughing away. There are lots of seating options, mainly outside. Sit on the deck, on the covered veranda/patio area or inside the cosy cottage. There’s a wood fire in here, which will be lovely to sit by during winter. As well as cider, there is also the Bickley Valley Brewery’s beers on tap. And the food is fantastic! Read all about it in the Seniorocity review.

Find Naked Apple Cider House at 1088 Brookton Highway, Karragullen.

Naked Apple Cider House, Karragullen

Did we miss your favourite cidery or the best breweries in Perth? Let us know in the comments below!

About Stella B

Stella is loving retirement! Besides her loves of gardening, reading and painting, she adores spending time with her family and being out and about in Perth. Living in the Perth Hills, her time is often spent brunching with her husband at one of Kalamunda’s many cafes or enjoying a food platter over a glass of wine at a Bickley Valley winery.

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