Beer Garden Brewing

Top choice in Eyre Peninsula & the West Coast

Right next door to Port Lincoln's backpacker hostel (savvy positioning), Beer Garden Brewing brings the craft-beer revolution to the Eyre Peninsula. Sustainability is the focus: it's a family-run business, utilising local wheat, barley, rainwater and hops. The venue is a big, beery barn strewn with retro furniture. The namesake garden is out the front, backed by a long, shady verandah on which you can sit and sip. Try the 6% Cage Diver IPA – hoppy heaven! Pizzas, cheese boards and live music too.

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Nearby Eyre Peninsula & the West Coast attractions

1. Port Lincoln Railway Museum

0.16 MILES

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2. Axel Stenross Maritime Museum

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3. Boston Bay Wines

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4. Winters Hill Lookout

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5. Lincoln National Park

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6. Mikkira Station

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7. Tumby Bay Mural

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8. Tumby Bay National Trust Museum

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