Greenock Brewers

Barossa Valley

A craft-beer lifeboat adrift in a sea of vines, Greenock Brewers produce a wintry Dark Ale, a citrus-scented Victorville Ale and a crisp, German-style Bunawunda Blonde. Grab a six-pack to go or dispense with a few in the brick-paved beer courtyard (BYO sausages if you want to fire-up the BBQ). Retreat to the wood heater inside the brew-shed in winter.

The old abandoned Lauke flour mill across the street is riddled with potential – anyone want to open a backpackers?

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1. Seppeltsfield Road

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2. Seppelt Family Mausoleum

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4. Penfolds


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5. Peter Lehmann

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6. Goat Square

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7. Barossa Regional Gallery

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