|The Feral Brewing Company is a proudly family owned and operated hand-crafted microbrewery situated in the heart of Perth’s premier food and wine tourism precinct – the Swan Valley, just 20km from the Perth CBD.|
We handcraft a world class range of awarded beers expanding from the usual to the deliciously unusual.
Our on site restaurant compliments the microbrewery, pairing our beer with a menu that excites and stimulates the tastes buds and is designed to enhance the comprehensive range of mind blowing flavors contained within our beers.
Feral’s experienced brewers are well known for pushing the boundaries of their craft, experimenting with all types of exotic hops, spices and fruits to create unique, full flavored beers. We maintain around 16 beers on tap, which are constantly changing to satisfy the thirst of visiting beer enthusiasts.
Come and visit us at Feral Brewing Company and experience a unique range of impressive beers in a panoramic beer garden setting overlooking vineyards in the Swan Valley.
Our friendly and passionate team will help to make your visit and dining experience unforgettable.
|For the fourth year running, we tucked a host of awards into our belt at the 2012 Australian International Beer Awards.Not only did we take out the overall championship trophy for best Large Australian Brewery, we pocketed four gold medals, one bronze plus our Hop Hog won the Best International Pale Ale trophy.Over the past four years we have risen to become one of the most awarded breweries in Australia.|
Feral’s past accomplishments:
2012 Champion Large Australian Brewery
2012 Best International Pale Ale – Hop Hog
2012 Best Scotch & Barley Wine – Razorback
2011 Best Beer Award – Hop Hog
2011 Champion Ale – Hop Hog
2010 Champion Ale – The Runt
2009 Champion Ale – Hop Hog
2009 Champion Exhibitor Trophy
2009 Champion Small Brewery
2009 Champion Hybrid Beer – Feral White
License number – 6020089680, Tavern License, Feral Brewing Company Pty Ltd, 152 Haddrill Rd, Baskerville WA 6069, (08) 9296 4657.
WARNING. Under the Liquor Control Act 1988, it is an offence: – to sell or supply liquor to a person under the age of 18 years on licensed or regulated premises; or – for a person under the age of 18 years to purchase, or attempt to purchase, liquor on license or regulated premises.