The drive in from the south west side had us thinking "Where are we going, there cant be a brewery out here", a few more Km's later, a few more bends and there is the Brewery on the edge of the national park, overlooking the grape vines. James was polite, provided a wealth of information about his own Brewery and Winery, but also information on the regions breweries, distilleries and everything in between. We had one night booked in the region, but after talking to James we wished we had booked longer.
The main bit - THE BEER - This isn't your typical craft beer that has recently flooded the market, this is proper craft beer, every single Beer had it's own uniqueness yet delicious. It's actually the first stout beer I've really enjoyed and was an eye opened that good stout can exist. We will be back again, but plan longer and include the recommendations from James.
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