This 12-hectolitre farm-style brewhouse has an alluring feel with recycled doors and stained-glass windows, and retro rustic furniture the atmosphere will relax you before your first sip of a chosen cold beer. Located on an avocado plantation on Cudgen Road you can capture glimpses of Wollumbin, Mt Warning, and field of the volcanic red earth soil growing sunflowers and fresh produce.
With the slogan “brewed by mates for mates”, the Red Earth brews have been a masterful execution in creating a golden-bodied Rising Sun Pale Ale, an IPA, pilsner and a mid-strength lager.
Non-beer drinkers or designated drivers can sip on Gurbuchi (an Aboriginal fermented tonic or native Kombucha), produced by a NSW family utilising organic, wild harvested whole native fruits, flowers and leaves—like finger lime, Davidson plum and lemon myrtle—and mixed with pure Kalang spring water. The brewery has confirmed a series of rotating food trucks and local live entertainment each week. This trendy hip spot will be the place to be over summer!
What: Red Earth Brewery
Where: 592 Cudgen Road, Cudgen, NSW