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With a funky, mouth-watering selection of ciders ranging from REAL FRUIT infused ciders (passionfruit, mango, coconut), to WILD ferments (The James Brown – which also contains 5 varieties of apples), to BARREL-AGED ciders (The Sex Machine – a barrel aged pink lady cider, aged in French oak vanilla). You are guaranteed to find one you’ll fall in love with! Family friendly, epic atmosphere, big luscious lawns, great food, good tunes.Open 7 days.
Valencia Complex, 55 Benara Rd, Caversham
(08) 9377 4884 + www.funkcider.com.au
The Valencia Complex, 55 Benara Rd, Caversham
(08) 9377 4400 + www.ironbarkbrewery.com.au
Open 7 days
9720 West Swan Rd, Henley Brook
(08) 9296 0620 + www.duckstein.com.au
& beer garden. The space is a comfortable blend of minimal furnishings and endless foliage, with views across the vineyards. As comfy on cold winter days as it is during a balmy summer evening. Open 7 days 152 Haddrill Rd, Baskerville
(08) 9296 4657 + www.feralbrewing.com.au
Customers can kick back and relax whilst checking out the 1200 litre brewing system in action, or enjoy a delicious meal in the cool, eclectic dining area from the seasonal menu. Open 7 days
10250 West Swan Rd, Henley Brook
(08) 9296 5588 + www.mashbrewing.com.au
All Cider’s are made from quality whole fruit which is crushed, pressed, fermented and bottled with no artificial sweeteners, for an all-natural taste experience. Open Thurs - Sun
100 Bisdee Rd, Millendon
(08) 9296 2669 + www.figtreeestate.com.au
Offering unique views over the lake, the restaurant is an industrial- style warehouse designed with a casual but eclectic feel. Rustic red barn doors greet you and the interior features a long tasting counter for wine, cider or coffee and plenty of places to lounge about. The very popular SideKick Cider is made right there on the grounds from locally sourced WA apples and is available on tap. Open 7 days
14 Yukich Close, Middle Swan
(08) 9374 8000 + www.oakovergrounds.com.au
Open Wed - Sun
8731 West Swan Rd, Henley Brook
(08) 9296 6354 + www.elmars.com.au
10 Harris Rd, Caversham
(08) 6279 0500 + www.mandoonestate.com.au
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About Swan Valley Cider and Ale Trail
It might be the oldest wine producing region in Western Australia, but there is certainly nothing old-fashioned about the Swan Valley. In step with the trendy craft beer movement, the Swan Valley is home to nine fantastic breweries and cideries producing contemporary and creative beers and cider.
A day of touring the Swan Valley can be thirsty work - and while wine is aplenty, sometimes the palate calls for something more, like a thirst-quenching, chilled beer or cider.
Luckily for you, there is no shortage in the Swan Valley. Behold an impressive variety of brews: lagers, pilsners, ales, wheat beers, stouts and more, as well as ciders and ginger beer; all handcrafted using traditional techniques, state-of-the-art equipment - and only the best produce.
Whether you’re after a relaxing Sunday session in the outdoors, an afternoon in a rustic pub, a German beer hall experience - or a gorgeous vineyard setting, there is something to suit every taste.
Perhaps the best thing about the Swan Valley is its people. Friendly, warm and welcoming, the Swan Valley’s brewers can’t wait to meet new visitors, tell their stories and share their passions and expertise.
So what makes the Swan Valley’s brewery scene the best? Well, it’s pretty easy to get around. Set on a dedicated loop, the Swan Valley is a navigational breeze, so you can tailor a day of beer and cider drinking exactly the way you want without any of the fuss. Just get some friends together, fetch your designated driver or hop on a tour bus - and make a day of it.
The Swan Valley’s Cider and Ale Trail is a dedicated trail for the love of beer and cider and pays homage to the Swan Valley’s talented brewers.
Be trail ready for Swan Valley Cider and Ale Trail
Here is everything you need to know before visiting this trail.
Time / Duration
Time is flexible depending on how many establishments you wish to visit.
Up to 37kms depending on exact route chosen
What To Pack
Group A (Urban trails or short trails near facilities) required.
What To Pack
Group A (Urban trails or short trails near facilities)
- Full large water bottle per person.
- Sun hat or bike helmet (compulsory in WA).
- Sunglasses, sunscreen (30+) and insect repellant.
- Clothes to suit the activity and potential weather conditions (See suggestions below).
- Binoculars and camera (optional).
Additional Useful ItemsPlease practice responsible consumption of alcohol. If you are planning on drinking alcohol, have a designated driver.
Swan Valley Visitor Centre, Cnr Meadow and Swan Streets, Guildford
Hazards & WarningsPlease don't drink and drive.
FacilitiesFacilities vary from business to business. If you have mobility related issues, please call ahead.
- Access with assistance for the Disabled
- Bicycle Path
- Car Park
- Coach Parking
- Parking for Disabled
- Public Toilet
- Shaded Area
- Sheltered Area
- Visitor Information Centre
Best time of year
All year. Check operating hours on individual business before heading out.
Prohibited ItemsIt is illegal to sell or supply alcohol to anyone under the age of 18 years on licensed premises.
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Trails are free and bring so many benefits to our community by providing opportunities to have fun, get fit, socialise, explore and challenge yourself. But they also have to be managed and maintained which only is made possible through terrific sponsors, donations and/or volunteering.
Feral Brewing Company
Elmers In the Valley
Mash Brewing Company
Mandoon Estate Homestead Brewery
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