Ballarat Breweries

Red Duck Brewery

Red Duck Brewery founded on the shores of Lake Purrumbete in 2005, but now located in Ballarat is one of the smallest Micro-breweries in Australia. Red Duck brews all natural beers, so you can enjoy purity, freshness and good health from the World’s most popular beverage. As practitioners of Real Craft brewing, they brew to strength for every batch, which means no dilution, no additives or artificial chemicals to enhance the brewing process, the beer or to make their brewing more efficient. Their beers are made from all grain: malt barley, malt wheat, unmalted wheat, and a range of other natural grains. They only use hops, not hop oils, extracts or derived products.

Cubby Haus Brewery

A family run operation, the Cubby Haus Brewing Bar opened in September 2016. They are a small craft brewery and bar located in Mount Pleasant, Ballarat, where they create small batch classic style beers as well as innovative contemporary interpretations. An industrial shed turned into a Brewery and Bar, the hand-built brew house is capable of multi-stepped brews and traditional decoctions giving them the flexibility to produce unfiltered and naturally conditioned and chemical free beers true to style.

The Hop Temple Brewery

The Hop Temple is a venue located in central Ballarat in the small Hop Laneway. The Hop Temple is a venue that showcases all the local Craft Beers as well as good local wine and food. It has a family orientated atmosphere, making it a very relaxing place to have a few drinks with family and good friends alike. A great way to finish off a Hops n Grapes Winery or Brewery Tour.

Kilderkin Distillery

Located in the historical city of Ballarat, Kilderkin Distillery is the first distillery in the region since the 1930s. Kilderkin Distillery was established in 2016 after many years of dreams and careful planning by brewer Scott and Chris, who has a lifelong interest in distilling. They joined forces and decided that it was time to fulfil their dreams.Their brewery and distillery are both located on the one premises, offering an experience like no other. Where else can you get to taste high quality craft Gin, Whiskey and beer?

Aunty Jacks Brew Pub

Aunty Jacks is a lovely Brew Pub newly opened in Ballarat. It is the place to visit to learn everything about Beer with an in-house education class, whilst celebrating the artisan craft of brewing and learning about sustainable agriculture. Creating beautiful beer such as Pale Ale, Stout and Lager. The Brewery and eating Hall has a lovely warm welcoming feel with very friendly Staff. They also offer a simple, yet delicious food menu, well paired with their beers. A great place to visit.

Roys Ballarat

Ballarat’s newest bar is ready and waiting to welcome you! .Next level gin, whiskey and wine selection, delicious Asian-inspired food, and local art exhibits. It is THE place to enjoy Ballarat indoors and out from lunch ‘til late.

321 Cider and café Sidra

Located just outside of Ballarat at the gateway to the Pyrenees and Grampians wine districts you will find 321 cidery and café Sidra in the historic township of Learmonth. Café Sidra is the cellar door to 321 cidery,which is located just across the road.The 321cider journey started long before the popularity of cider in Australia and they produce a special product, using heritage cider apples and a commitment to sustainable production and their use of local sourcing and manufacturing.They produce the award winning ciders, 321 traditional cider and Methode Traditionelle Cuvee. Café sidra is also a great place to stop if you want some beautiful food and great coffee. A must visit.