After a massive morning mountain biking and swimming, you deserve something special for lunch. Head to Eagle Bay Brewing Co for bites and brews with a breathtaking view of rolling hills, roaming livestock and the sea. It’s grand and beautiful, but you’re welcome with salty hair and sandy toes.
Grab a table in the sunshine and watch kids cartwheeling across the lawn. Copped enough Vitamin D already? There’s plenty of space undercover and indoors, still with glimpses of that incredible view.
This beautiful patch of land has long been a cattle farm, and in 2010 the three d’Espeissis siblings launched the brewery. Their dad John still farms the surrounding land, evidenced by the cows, vineyard and awesome kitchen garden.
The lunch menu revolves around that kitchen garden; right now there’s an abundance of kale, cabbage and citrus so it’s on a pizza, on lip-smacking chicken wings and on the shared boards. If you’re here to catch up with mates there’s plenty of excellent share food; snacks like marinated octopus with Yallingup wood fired bread, seven different share boards filled with cured beef and duck breast, pickled plums, beetroot, apple and cabbage coleslaw. Hungry folk can’t go past the beer battered fish and chips – made with EBBCo Kolsch.
Beers are handcrafted onsite from just four ingredients; rainwater, malted barley, yeast, hops and sunshine to power the brewery – there’s a massive bank of solar panels atop the roof.
Grab a six pack or growler to take to sunset drinks at Sugarloaf Rock.