Craft Beer is on the rise here in Australia, and Canberra is cementing its place in the new brewing scene. Here is a list of Canberra’s and Canberra region local Brewing Companies:

Bentspoke Brewing Co.

Bentspoke Brewing Co. has been a crowd favourite since opening its doors in 2014 and a hive of activity being located in the centre of Braddon. 

You can choose from a selection of beers to take home with you or try one the 18 beers on tap including hand-pumped ales, cider and ginger beers and some one-off rarities created by Bentspoke’s award-winning head brewer, each trip to Bentspoke is likely to offer something new. 

Braddon brew

Braddon Brew is a craft beer and coffee roaster located on Lonsdale Street in Braddon, at Braddon Brew the rues are meant to be broken, head on in to try unique and special craft products, or roast your own coffee! 

Capital Brewing co.

Capital Brewing Co. is good-natured brews. They were created by a close group of mates who love the Canberra region and everything about living here, incorporating all-natural ingredients int their crafted beers to quench your thirst. 

Head out to Captial Brewing’s taproom to try a selection of handcrafted beers; their core range includes coast ale, Summit Season Ale, Rock Hopper Ale, Trail Pale Ale and the Evil Eye Red IPA as well as a selection of burgers from the BrodBuger food truck!

Brewery Tours run every Saturday and Sunday, take a look behind the scenes and see how capital creates their delicious beers. Info here.


StoneAge Brewing

Welcome to the StoneAge, StoneAge Brewing is a local Canberra microbrewery located at 131 City Walk, Canberra City, producing top quality, handcrafted beer in small quantities including the Hoppopotamus, Pot’s Porter, The subjects Ale and The Royal Pale Ale.

Wild Polly Brewing Co.

Wild Polly Brewing co. is an award-winning brewery created and owned by and husband and wife team who were inspired to create the brewing company while travelling around Australia. 

They firmly believe in using the best available and locally produced raw ingredients, working with Aussie farmers, after a background in farming. Wild Polly craft beer cans are available in a variety of local pubs (list here), where you can try their signature Pale Ale and IPA (India Pale Ale).