The best breweries in the Swan Valley

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Approximately 30 minutes away from Perth’s CBD, Swan Valley boasts a range of different breweries, perfect for a day out with friends or the family.

Read on to find out the best breweries to try out in the Swan Valley region.

Words by Emma Ruben.

Bailey Brewing Co.

A family business, the father and sons behind Bailey Brewing Co. developed the idea from years of lazy Sunday sessions with family, friends and pets. Now their vision has become a vibrant haven, beckoning Perth residents with its irresistible charm. With an extensive selection of ales, beers and ciders, this family-friendly venue also brags a classic pub feast and the picturesque surroundings of the Swan Valley.

Bailey Brewing Co

9861 West Swan Road, Henley Brook

Valley Social

Home to the largest glass microbrewery in the Southern Hemisphere, Valley Social lives up to its good reputation. As of 2022 the microbrewery began brewing hemp-infused beers and spirits. Even their Australian cuisine menu with a North American BBQ influence, contains a hemp dukkha.

8731 West Swan Road, Henley Brook

Homestead Brewery at Mandoon Estate

Lovers of beer will have already flocked to Homestead Brewery to try out one of the only breweries in Australia to be fitted out with German-manufactured Schulz brewing equipment. While Mandoon Estate is known for its winery and fine-dining restaurant, it’s also home to Homestead a fine craft brewery. Their wide selection of beers and ciders goes hand in hand with the breweries tapas-style menu. While their core range of beers are always on hand, they also produce an array of seasonal release beers.

Homestead at Mandoon

10 Harris Road, Caversham

Swan Valley Brewery

An ode to the art of crafting traditional Irish and English style ales, Swan Valley Brewery only use the finest malts, hops and yeast in their brewing process. You’ll find no malt extracts, chemicals, preservatives or artificial flavourings at Swan Valley Brewery. Complemented by their kitchen’s classic pub fare, a visit to Swan Valley Brewery is easily a great day for the family.

518 Great Northern Highway, Middle Swan

MASH Brewing

When visitors walk into MASH Brewing, they are sure to smell some of their classic beverages being brewed behind the bar. Renowned for their fabulous range of expertly brewed beers, a trip to MASH isn’t complete without trying their menu, which changes year-round. You’ll definitely want to try their tacos, bao buns and zesty lemon pepper squid.

Mash Brewing

10250 West Swan Road, Henley Brook

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Txoko Brewing

The word Txoko was originally derived from Spain and pronounced ‘choko’. It’s used to describe a small commune of people who gather once a week. And that intimate gathering of people is the same vibe you’ll feel when visiting Txoko Brewing. Their range of beer is continuously rotating (right now you can order a ‘full moon stout’ or an ‘inaugural winter ale’) and are perfectly paired with some beer snacks on their menu. You’ll also want to bring the kids along to enjoy the large playground and open space.

247 Haddril Road, Baskerville

Duckstein Brewing

Serving traditional German cuisine and brews, Duckstein Brewery are an award-winning craft breweries in the Swan Valley. Known for their ‘good beer, great times’, they’ve got brews like a pilsner or dunkel on tap. While their menu brags eats such as traditional German kransky or currywurst. Coupled with their quaint outdoor eating area, German food and brews in Perth has never been so easy.

Duckstein Brewery

9270 West Swan Road, Henley Brook

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