22 Crockers Street, Railton, TAS, 7305
    (03) 6496 1139

    opening times

    September to April Wednesday to Sunday 11am to 5pm
    May to July Thursday to Sunday 11am to 3pm
    August – closed
    Closed New Years Day, Good Friday, Recreation Day and Christmas Day.
    Other times by appointment.


    Brewery tours are available Wednesday to Sunday at 12pm and must be booked and confirmed at least 48 hours prior.
    Seven Sheds cellar door is also available on line at


    Seven Sheds beers are available at the following outlets:
    Tasmania’s North West
    LATROBE- Anvers Chocolates;
    PARRAMATTA CREEK – Tasmanian Food & Wine Conservatory
    ELIZABETH TOWN – Ashgrove Farm Cheese / Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm Café;
    MOLE CREEK – Mole Creek Hotel (on tap)
    LOWER BARRINGTON – Barringwood Winery;
    DEVONPORT – Mrs Jones (on tap), Laneway Deli, Drift, Wagyu Pie Company
    PENGUIN – Mt Gnomon Farm
    BURNIE – Club Hotel bottle shop
    CRADLE MOUNTAIN – Discovery Holiday Parks (overnight guests only), Cradle Mountain Lodge Boutique Shop, Moina Tavern
    STANLEY – Stanley Hotel (on tap)
    CORINNA – Corinna Wilderness Village
    North-east Tasmania:
    LAUNCESTON / TAMAR VALLEY – Davies Grand Central, St Johns Craft Beer Bar, Red Brick Ciderhouse, Balmoral on York, Stillwater Restaurant, Crown Cellars, Moores Hill Winery, Quamby Estate, Harvest Market (about once a month).
    WELDBOROUGH – Weldborough Hotel
    FLINDERS ISLAND –Mountain Seas
    Southern Tasmania:
    HOBART – on tap at the New Sydney Hotel and Lark Distillery Café, sometimes on tap at The Winston, Dickens Ciderhouse and at Preachers; by the bottle at The Abbey, Alabama, Aproneers, Cool Wine, Dickens Ciderhouse, Eumarrah, a common ground, Blue Eye, Destination Cellars
    BRUNY ISLAND – Bruny Island Cheese Co, Get Shucked
    CYGNET – Red Velvet Lounge

    The Seven Sheds Tasmanian Brewery and meadery is located on a property in Railton, in Tasmania’s north-west, comprising, you guessed it, seven sheds. After purchasing the property in 2003, owners Willie Simpson and Catherine Stark opened this Tasmanian brewery in 2008.

    Seven Sheds beers are distinguished by their artisanal, “hands-on” approach and small-batch brewing methods (1,000 litres or less per brew) using traditional brewing techniques including open fermenters and a secondary fermentation in the bottle and keg.

    Inspiration comes from many sources including English and Belgian beer styles and locally-sourced ingredients such as quinoa, organic oatmeal, ginseng, berries and stone-fruit. Tasmanian barley and hops are featured in most of the brews, including Leggett and Fuggle hops grown on-site.

    Seven Sheds Beers

    The regular line-up at the Seven Sheds Brewery includes up to five beers for tasting and by the glass, usually:

    Paradise Pale

    A golden ale designed for relaxing with friends on sun-drenched afternoons;

    Kentish Ale

    Inspired by English bitter beers, includes Tasmanian-grown Ella, Cascade and Vic Secret hops;


    A refreshing “fruit tingle in a glass” brewed with locally-grown raspberries and blackberries; wheat and barley malts and Seven Sheds Leggett hops;

    Willie Warmer

    Brewed with a chocolate malt and infused with star anise and cassia bark, designed for winter drinking;

    Elephants Trunk

    Inspired by the Belgian Trappist ales, a great brew to enjoy while strapped to your favourite armchair.


    Seven Sheds also produces the oak-aged Royal Willie; St Ella India Pale Ale; chocolate-infused Black Inca; and seasonals including Stark Raven Oatmeal Stout; Fuggled Porter; and Kentish Cherry Saison.

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    Seven Sheds Brewery -41.344406, 146.421438 Seven Sheds22 Crockers Street, Railton, TAS, 7305Web: www.sevensheds.comTel: (03) 6496 1139 22 Crockers Street, Railton, TAS, 7305, Australia (Directions)

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