Little Creatures Brewery Geelong

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Little Creatures Brewery Geelong

What you can expect

Australia has seen a relative explosion of quality boutique beers and brews spring onto the scene in the past two decades, but few have scaled so well into mass production as Little Creatures - a testament both to its management and its taste. While it originated in Western Australia, the Victorian brewing branch of Little Creatures that resides in Geelong does a solid job of carrying the company's card on the east coast, offering the same characteristic blend of awesome drinks, tasty yet simple alternative food and solid service. A relaxing place to enjoy a refreshing boutique beer in a charmingly rustic environment, Geelong's Little Creatures is a former mill-turned-brewery that gives guests a relaxed and friendly atmosphere within a historic industrial site. Guided tours of the brewery that detail its history and the brewing process are also available for a dose of additional insight upon prior booking. In addition, despite its nature as a brewery the Geelong Little Creatures is surprisingly family-friendly, offering both a robust and reasonably-priced kids menu, a sand-pit to play in, and plenty of shade in the outdoor areas so the little ones don't get sunburnt. As one might expect, the range of beers on offer is diverse and varied and are also accompanied by ciders and wines for those who aren't big beer fans. Add in a solid menu that covers a number of different options including tacos, pizzas, and more that can be seen being prepared in full view, and it's an excellent casual spot for a drink and bite to eat.


What you need to know

  • Guided tours available for $12 per person
  • Open from 10:00am to 10:00pm Wed-Fri, 10:00am to 5:00pm Mon-Tues, 8:00am to 10:00pm Sat-Sun
Great selection of reasonably-priced food
Wide range of beers, with some wines & cider
Surprisingly kids-friendly for food and play
Excellent "rustic" vibe, set in old mill
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