Beer lovers, beach dwellers and everybody in between, there’s a new brewery opening very soon in Willunga. South Coast Co Brewing is not only small and independent but brew beers from Marino to the Murray Mouth, respecting the beautiful coastline right here in South Australia.
Their official opening is Saturday, June 23 where they’ll be open from 6pm-11pm. The launch will be a celebration of the all their hard work over the last 6 months, and they’re super excited to show everyone.
Tickets are available for this event where you not only get drinks and nibbles but also live entertainment on the night.
Scott, Brett, and Mark are the masterminds behind this exciting new brewery. From a young age, Scott grew up with a fascination with alcohol and has been a winemaker for the past 20 years. Brett’s the life of the party and Mark showed his enthusiasm to begin the brewery with his mates after a career change.
Together these South Coast boys bring us South Coast Co Brewing.
On the evening of their launch, they’ll be showcasing their four beers as well as a hand selection of wine, cider, and coffee.
Perfect way to cap off the working bee over the weekend. We have three brews ready to go and can’t wait to knock a few back with you all very soon 🌊🍺 . . . . . #southcoastbrewingco #fleurieupeninsula #southcoast #sagreat #southaustralia #satourism #microbrewery #beer #craftbeer #frothies #shesabithoppym8 #head #beergeek #beerstagram #beersofinstagram
Southern Pale Ale – Dedicated to the blonde sands along the beaches on the South Coast, this pale ale is crisp and has Summer vibes while being easily drunk.
Porties Pale Ale – Emitting a golden colour, Porties is is known to locals as Port Noarlunga with a long flavour that lingers.
Maslin’s Red Ale – All South Australian’s know Maslin’s (nude) Beach, where the red colour of this ale should remind beach goers to apply sunscreen…to all exposed areas.
Bitter Sou’westerly – This Bitter Ale is definitely one for Winter. The dry hopped ale is ideal for any icy breeze on a cool night.
They’re also trialling a chocolate porter, so stay tuned for that one.
According to their Facebook the boys; “…don’t set out to make the boldest of brewskis, the hoppiest of froths or the maltiest of God’s nectar – we simply make beers to be enjoyed by everyone from the casual consumer to the hardest nosed beverage boffin”.
Grab tickets to their event here.
And check out more information on South Coast Brewing Co here.
South Coast Brewing Co.
Unit 1/11 Jay Drive
Willunga SA 5172