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Wild Hop Brewing Co.

Monday - Thursday 11 am to 5 pm (kitchen closes at 4pm) Friday, Saturday, Sunday - 10.45 am to 6 pm (kitchen closes at 5pm)
1301 Wildwood Rd, Yallingup WA 6282
  • Bar
  • Buses Welcome
  • Children's Menu
  • Free Tastings
  • Gluten Free
  • Group Bookings
  • Highchair
  • Licensed
  • Local Produce
  • Lunch
  • Outdoor seating (beer garden, alfresco)
  • Paid Tastings
  • Playground
  • Rainwater Harvesting - Fully
  • Restaurant
  • Vegan options
  • vegetarian
  • Dine In
    Dine In
  • Open for Business
    Open for Business
  • Seated Tastings
    Seated Tastings

Brewing a revolving list of seasonally inspired beers in-house, paired with delicious wood-fired, family-style share menu utilising local, seasonal produce. Family friendly with a nature play inspired playground.

  • Seasonal, crafted beers;
  • Wood-fired share menu;
  • Local wines & spirits;
  • Family & dog friendly;
  • Scenic bush setting;
  • Cosy wood fire.
Created by a family of three generations, Wild Hop's welcoming brewpub focuses on producing small batches of seasonal, character filled beers.  With picturesque views out over the quintessential Aussie dam (lake), down the Gunyulgup valley and to the vineyards beyond allowing you to unwind while the nature play based playground keeps the little ones occupied for hours. With well-behaved dogs on leads welcome, it’s a space for the whole family to enjoy. 

Summers are best spent on the expansive deck, under the shade of the long-established Cottonwood tree. Winters are better enjoyed indoors by the fire, taking in the views of approaching storms through the expansive industrial-style steel-framed windows. Although, if you are travelling with your furry friend, you are welcome to hang on the enclosed and heated veranda areas. 

The kitchen is open from 11am to 5pm daily, serving up fresh, local, wood-fired dishes designed to be shared family-style. The menu changes really regularly, but you can expect the likes of rotisserie chicken, tomahawk steaks, and an assortment of chargrilled vegetable dishes or farm-fresh salads. If you are dining solo, or have a craving for traditional brewery food, try the brewer’s buns – Wild Hop's answer to a burger, featuring roasted, smoked, or braised meats, and served with rustic chips. An assortment of vegetarian and vegan options are available across the menu, and no visit is complete without a side serve of the deep-fried pickles!

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Google Reviews

17
Oct
2020
Brilliant experience. Great venue to start. The food and beers were fantastic. Lots of interesting and tasty share plate options. But just as important all staff were friendly, helpful and seemed happy to be at work and ensure you have a great time. Highly recommended. Kris Wealand
13
Oct
2020
We really enjoyed our visit here! We preordered the rotisserie chicken which was handy as we had a late afternoon booking when they had sold out and my husband loved the tasting paddle. But even if you don't care for any of that, you should come here for the fried pickles. They were easily the best fried pickles I've ever had! I have no doubt we will come back here, just for them 🥒 Kahla Carrington-Schilling
05
Oct
2020
Great lunch with family. Really nice venue, professional service and lovely beers. The tasting paddles are excellent value. Gives a great idea of the selection of beers available. Food was excellent the quinoa salad was a treat. Will make it a regular stop when we’re down. Michael McInerheney
16
Oct
2020
Wonderful atmosphere, pretty good service staff and fine beers. A bit pricey on the food, which was delicious, especially the ribs. Would have loved a fish and chips option though. Richard Ellicott
23
Oct
2020
My new favourite place... So chilled out. Excellent beer, great food (tasty and generous portion), and friendly staff. Recommend the ribs washed down with gose!? Lee Smales
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