Jetty Road Brewery – Best Craft Beers Around And Vibing Location
Address: 12-14 Brasser Ave, Dromana VIC 3936
Varieties: Draught, Pale Ale, IPA, XPA, Mid-Strength, Gose, Brown Ale, Stout, special releases
Taps at Jetty Road Brewery (source: Jetty Road Brewery Facebook)
Jetty Road Brewery is a great place to visit particularly at the end of the tour, when you just want to enjoy some drinks and good times with your friends. Not particularly informative, think of it more of a visit to an awesome pub. Beers here are exceptional, service is friendly and vibes are fun. Weekends are typically heaving with people and it has a great atmosphere about it.
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It’s all about the beers here and these are honestly some of our favourite brews. Their pale ale is a staple for us and our friends after introducing them to it over Summer. Their core range which also includes the draught and IPA are amazing (especially the IPA) as they don’t try to be too hoppy like a lot of other craft breweries. They have a perfect balance on most of their beers of that crafty taste while still remaining drinkable. Our pick for best brewery on the Peninsula, just edging out Mornington Peninsula Brewery.
They also have a full bar of wines and spirits so if we haven’t tempted you there are plenty of options.
Tasting paddle (source: Jetty Road Brewery Facebook)
Food is here is really nice, perhaps a little bit fancier than you would expect from a brewery. The menu is separated into Grazing which has smaller and shared plates, Butcher’s Block which as meat and fish and From the Garden which has a nice selection of veggie dishes and sides. Plenty of options to find something you like.
Food @ Jetty Road (source: Jetty Road Brewery Facebook)
Located in the heart of the booming up and coming Dromana Industrial Estate (now home to Bass & Flinders Distillery, Jimmy Rum Distillery, Boatshed Cheese, Mr Little Cider & Peninsula Cider), the brewery has a cool warehouse, industrial feel, it’s a huge space and has a great atmosphere. There’s a small outdoor area out the front and the bar is generally pretty accessible. They get the fire going indoors during winter which makes it nice and cosy.
Inside Jetty Road Brewery (source: Jetty Road Brewery Facebook)
What we like
The beers here really are top notch, they are a bit of a new kid on the block, but they are smashing it. Expect to see these around a lot as they make their mark on the Aussie market.
What we don’t like
Not much to complain about, but maybe a bigger outdoor area on nicer days would go down well with groups. We are wishing these guys all the success as they have earned their place in the oversupplied craft beer market, lets just hope they don’t sell out to the dark side down the track as we couldn’t bare the thought of losing the best pale ale in the business.
Outside area @ Jetty Road (source: Jetty Road Brewery Instagram)
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