Brews and Distillieries 

Handcrafted premium beer and locally produced prime spirits are a draw card for visitors looking for a different way to ‘taste the region’. 

Microbreweries and distilleries are fast becoming a key item on the holiday checklist. 

Wilkadene Woolshed Brewery

Located inside an old sheep shearing shed on the historic Wilkadene Station, the Woolshed Brewery offers handmade premium boutique beer and cider in a unique setting. Accessible by car and water a great place to tie up your houseboat and spend some time tasting the range on the sun drenched deck as you take in the sights and sounds of Australia’s greatest waterway.

The Woolshed offer local Produce Picnic packs which have an array of delicious Riverland goods including olives, chutneys and metwurst. You can also take your lunch out and enjoy on the deck with one of their famous 'Ales', hard lemonades, ciders or simple enjoy the view of the Murray River.

 

Twenty Third Street Distillery

Twenty Third Street Distillery is the new incarnation of a century-old landmark at Twenty Third Street, Renmark. The distillery has century-old copper stills, brought from cobwebbed disuse back to burnished glory. A guided tour and tasting will open your mind and your senses to new dimensions.
Gin, brandys, whisky and vodka can all be found at the distillery with tours and tastings 7 days a week.
Tours are performed at 11am, 1pm and 2pm, children under 18 free.

 

St Agnes Distillery and Barrel Halls (within Angoves Cellar Door)

Since 1925 the St Angnes Distiller and Barrel Halls have been distilling, ageing an handcrafting. All St Agnes brandies are patiently aged in small oak barrels in their historic cellars. Contact them today to arrange an individual visit or a group tour of the historic St Agnes Distillery in Renmark.

Tours run daily at 10.30am (excuding Sundays) Booking Essentials
Tours are $15.00 per person and include barrel tasting and a taste of the multiple trophy award winning St Agnes XO 15YO.

 

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