Time for a drink? Here is a short list of recommendations if you are looking for a boutique beer, a cool climate wine, or a cocktail.
Saint John Craft Beer Bar, Launceston features up to 14 taps with the best of international, Australian and Tasmanian craft beer. As well as a fantastic range of bottled beer (170+), craft ciders, wines and top-shelf spirits. BYO food any time and local food van within the Saint John Craft Beer premise out back from 6pm.
Moores Hill Estate is a family-owned vineyard on the northern slopes of the Tamar Valley.
Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and small amounts of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot are grown in our meticulously groomed vineyard. We are best known for producing outstanding Riesling but there is something to suit all tastes in our range.
Take in the sweeping views over the vineyard from the cellar door and relax with a plate of Tasmanian produce and a glass of wine.
Located in Launceston’s CBD, Bakers Lane provides a great place for cocktails and a shared antipasto plate. A great selection of drinks and delicious meals until late.
Little Rivers Brewery is only a few years old, but right from the beginning they have been recognised as making a high quality product, and this is reflected in the expansion of their little brewery as well as the many local stockists. Little Rivers Brewing Company are a boutique style craft brewery situated in North-East Tasmanian town of Scottsdale. It is only a stone’s throw from the famous Pipers River wine route and internationally recognized golf courses Barnbougle Dunes and Lost Farm. They aim to provide Tasmanian’s and visitors alike with another handcrafted quality beer range
Josef Chromy’s vineyard produces a number of varieties of highly sought-after grapes. Wines include Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Pinot Gris and Gewürztraminer. A vintage sparkling and Botrytis Riesling round out the range, and everything is estate-grown.
The Josef Chromy Cellar Door Café, located in the estate’s original homestead, is surrounded by landscaped gardens. Warm yourself by the open log fire and take in the views over the vineyard, winery and lake. Here, you can taste fine cool climate wines and sample fresh Tasmanian produce. Enjoy a light lunch or gourmet snack, taste rich Tasmanian cheeses or buy a fresh hamper from the delicatessen and dine alfresco in the grounds.
Mud Bar and Restaurant’s cellar is truly expansive, covering every winemaking region in Australia, and a hand picked array of international wine. Coupled with an expansive bar and a relaxed atmosphere, they’ve created a place for you to come and enjoy.
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