The Grove Distillery & Brewery
- Gluten Free
- Group Bookings
- Outdoor seating (beer garden, alfresco)
- Rainwater Harvesting - Fully
Taste and stay at The Grove Distillery & Brewery.
Offering cellar door tastings of liqueurs, top-shelf spirits including single malt whisky, craft beer, port and more. Relax on the deck with a cocktail. Enjoy stone-fired pizzas and home-made scones in the Café and stay in The Grove chalet accommodation.
Open 7 days from 9am -5pm.
The Grove Distillery & Brewery is family owned and operated. Beginning in 1995 by hand planting 25 acres of vines and making wine before slowly evolving into the first operating distillery in the Margaret River Wine Region. Proudly producing unique products on site, The Grove welcomes visitors to a very different experience of the Margaret River region.
The Grove has been recognised internationally and nationally for distilling world-class top-shelf spirits and award-winning craft beer. Owner Steve Hughes is passionate about producing top quality products and head distiller James Reed and head brewer Doug Whiteside are passionate about making that happen.
Visitors can enjoy tastings at the cellar door and delicious stone-fired pizzas or home-made scones, jam & cream in the Café. Cocktails, wine from the vineyard, spirits from the distillery and craft beer from the brewery are available at Grover’s Bar. Sit outdoors and enjoy the fresh air and a vineyard view from the outdoor garden area or snug up by the indoor fire in winter.
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