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Seven Sheds Brewery

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Must visit for beer lovers

I did a tour with Willy last week, really enjoyed the behind the scenes tour of a small rural... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Darren G
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Brisbane, Australia
Good Beer!

Worth a trip to Seven Sheds, south of Devonport, if you like your beer and cider. Was interesting... read more

Reviewed 14 November 2017
Craig M
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Sydney, Australia
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Seven Sheds is home to the highly regarded Kentish Ale, Paradise Pale, Willie Warmer and Razzamatazz plus the seasonal Stark Raven, India Pale Ales , smoked, wooded and other quirky beers as well as honey wines. Select brews are available for...more
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22 Crockers Rd, Railton, Tasmania 7305, Australia
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I did a tour with Willy last week, really enjoyed the behind the scenes tour of a small rural brewery complete with it's own hop garden! It was a great insight into small scale brewing. Willie is very knowledgable and friendly guy and happy to...More

Thank Darren G
Reviewed 11 June 2018 via mobile

My husband and I visited seven sheds which was a short drive from our accomodation in Sheffield. As it is in a small town and in a somewhat suburban street make sure you keep your eyes open for it otherwise you will drive straight past...More

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SevenSheds, Owner at Seven Sheds Brewery, responded to this reviewResponded 13 June 2018

Many thanks for visiting and for your review pink_twinkle_85, yes we are tucked away out of sight from the road but standard cars and single axle vehicles are welcome to drive in and park on-site. Hoping you enjoyed the rest of your time in our...More

Reviewed 10 March 2018

Its hidden away but well worth a visit. A microbrewery complete with its own hop garden. The beers were great, the service was friendly. I grabbed a few takeaways as the Seven Sheds range is difficult to find here in Sydney. Cant wait to visit...More

Thank michael e
SevenSheds, Owner at Seven Sheds Brewery, responded to this reviewResponded 13 June 2018

Thanks for your review michael e, we look forward to seeing you on your next visit. Cheers Catherine

Reviewed 27 January 2018

We did the tasting selection which was excellent. Really nice place, outdoor tables, chatty staff. Bought some to take away. Highly recommend.

Thank Marita M
SevenSheds, Owner at Seven Sheds Brewery, responded to this reviewResponded 13 June 2018

Many thanks for your review Marita M. It looks pretty good here in summer with the hops flourishing, not quite as ambient outside in winter but nice & warm inside the cellar door. Cheers Catherine

Reviewed 19 December 2017

We had five varieties of beer in a pleasant garden setting. The man who served us was really friendly. The beers were really different from each other including an unusual one at the end, which had berries (raspberry?) and was pink. I was surprised that...More

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SevenSheds, Owner at Seven Sheds Brewery, responded to this reviewResponded 13 June 2018

Thanks for your review LadyQinto. The pink beer was Razzamatazz, which is brewed with raspberries and blackberries from nearby Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm. We hope to be doing something with food by this coming summer (2018/19) but until then, happy for our customers to bring...More

Reviewed 14 November 2017

Worth a trip to Seven Sheds, south of Devonport, if you like your beer and cider. Was interesting hearing how they use very little mechanical methods in their brewing processes. They even grow some hops in their 'backyard'. Very small operation and clearly done with...More

1  Thank Craig M
SevenSheds, Owner at Seven Sheds Brewery, responded to this reviewResponded 13 June 2018

Many thanks for your review Craig M. We are pretty small and we like to be hands-on in the brewery and in the hop garden. We sell one of the Spreyton Cider lines which is made nearby and also worth a visit if you're in...More

Reviewed 3 November 2017 via mobile

The tasting range was awesome, great to see a local little brewery making there mark, the ‘Kentish Ale’ is die for, got a few to take home

Thank Dean G
SevenSheds, Owner at Seven Sheds Brewery, responded to this reviewResponded 13 June 2018

Thanks for telling Dean G! Glad you enjoyed the Kentish Ale. Cheers Catherine

Reviewed 3 June 2017

This small brewery does itself very well indeed. We tried the sample board of seven of their beers. All were really excellent and very different to 'factory' beers. The ciders available were great and in traditional style.More

Thank Mick D
SevenSheds, Owner at Seven Sheds Brewery, responded to this reviewResponded 3 June 2017

Many thanks for your review Mick D, so glad you enjoyed the experience. All our beers are made using traditional hands-on artisanal methods in small batches (maximum 1,000 litres). The ciders are from nearby Spreyton Cider, they have a range of ciders available for tasting...More

Reviewed 26 March 2017 via mobile

In a garden setting with their own hops vines is a small tasting room serving value for money platters (5 styles). They also have their core and specials range available for purchase in bottles. The staff were friendly enough and engaged when required.More

Thank Keith M
SevenSheds, Owner at Seven Sheds Brewery, responded to this reviewResponded 3 June 2017

Many thanks for your feedback Keith M. The hops are harvested at the end of March and dormant during Winter, they'll start sprouting again in September. They are a great backdrop for tasting experiences during summer and early autumn. Hoping you enjoyed the rest of...More

Reviewed 22 March 2017

We tried this beer at the Mole Creek Hotel which we loved, so as we are at the end of a three month trip around Tasmania with friends decided to drive to Railton to visit the Brewery. We had fully intended to do the Beer...More

Thank Jean R
SevenSheds, Owner at Seven Sheds Brewery, responded to this reviewResponded 3 June 2017

Many thanks for your feedback Jean R, we are sorry to hear your comments and apologise for the poor service on the day. We have had many CMCA members and other campers and caravanners through our cellar door over nine years of trading, many of...More

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