Craft breweries in Perth & Western Australia

Searching for the best local craft brewery near you?

The team of dedicated reviewers at Beer Is OK have travelled far and wide to find the best West Australian breweries out there, from Broome to Denmark and everywhere in between.

There are just a few key features that we look for in a WA craft brewery:

  • Unique, sessionable and exciting craft beer
  • Delicious food using local ingredients
  • An open and relaxing atmosphere

So, what are you waiting for?

Scroll down below and check out our latest reviews from some of Western Australia's most well-known (and less-known) craft breweries.

Local craft breweries

Find the perfect local West Australian craft brewery option for your group or family.

  • Range of craft beer options
  • Delicious food cooked in-house
  • Function hire options for events
  • Child and family-friendly
  • Live music from local musicians
  • Live sports on the big screen
  • Outdoor dining options
  • Suitable for pets/dogs
  • Tasting paddles showcasing the breweries craft beer range

Featured breweries

Shelter Brewing Co

One of the newest breweries to pop up in Busselton, WA, Shelter Brewing Co brew a wide selection of craft beers on-premises and are both kid and dog friendly.

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Rocky Ridge Brewing Co

Rocky Ridge Cellar Door is a block or two back from the Busselton Jetty down by the foreshore on Marine Terrace. It is an old family home which has been refurbished, which gives it a wonderful homely feel as soon as you walk in.

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Boston Brewing Co.

One of the latest breweries to pop up in Victoria Park, Boston Brewing Co. ticks all the boxes including a selection of craft beer, delicious food and excellent brewery layout. We recommend stopping past with friends for a lunch pint and feast.

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Whalebone Brewing Co.

The name Whalebone Brewing Company comes from the many whales that frequent the Ningaloo Coast. There are actual whale bones around the bar also. Check it out!

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Bright Tank Brewing Co

Bright Tank Brewing Co is a local microbrewery, bar and restaurant based in East Perth, Western Australia. The brewery has food and beer paddles available, open Wednesday through Sunday.

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Matso’s Broome Brewery

Welcome to Australia’s most remote brewery, Matso’s. The Matso’s Broome Brewery is loved by locals and tourists alike, offering a family friendly venue.

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Campus Brewing

Campus Brewing (originally Brew U: Brew University) is a full production brewery and beer garden in Perth’s south. Stop past for a few delicious craft beers.

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Elmar’s In The Valley

If you’re looking for German beer in Perth, it doesn’t get more authentic than Elmar’s In The Valley. Stop past their spectacular brewery next time you’re visiting the Swan Valley.

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Blasta Brewing

A quick walk from Burswood Station, Blasta Brewing continue to put out delicious beer and mouth-watering food in a central Perth location. Stop in for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

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Whitfords Brewing Company

Located in the heart of Westfield Whitford City, Whitfords Brewing Company brew their beers on premises while also offering an extensive list of canned crafties and a large food menu.

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Beerfarm

Stop in at Beerfarm during your journey through Western Australia’s amazing south west region. Beerfarm is located on a large block of land with a pimped out shed where you can enjoy delicious craft beer matched with excellent food.

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Cheeky Monkey Brewing Co

Cheeky Monkey is one of the most popular breweries in Western Australia’s south west. Stop in for an afternoon pint and meal. This brewery is a great stop for families with a large playground right next to the main building.

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Craft brewery frequently asked questions

How many breweries are in WA?

There are over 100 breweries in Western Australia alone. The Margaret River and Swan Valley regions are both well known for their wide selection of locally owned breweries. If you’re new to Western Australia, here on a holiday or a local resident, Beer Is OK is your one stop destination for local breweries and tour guides.

Are Western Australian breweries dog friendly?

While most rural and some urban breweries in Western Australia are dog friendly, it’s always best to check with the brewery first. You can find a wide selection of Western Australia’s best breweries on the Beer Is OK website, including contact information.

Where is the best Western Australian brewery?

All breweries in Western Australia are great for solo travellers, couples and families, with most located within a few hours’ drive of Perth. To find the best West Australian breweries, visit the Beer Is OK website.

What is the difference between a brewery and a bar?

Breweries commonly sell a selection of beer brewed at or close by their West Australian location. Bars commonly sell beer from a wide selection of breweries. Many urban WA breweries commonly sell their own beer, as well as a selection of beers from other local Perth breweries.