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  • Sampler tray
    Sampler tray
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  • And here's the finish!
    And here's the finish!
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  • View across the valley from the brewery
    View across the valley from the brewery
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    Wild Bull Brewery: Hand crafted beer from the Ferguson Valley

    by robertgaz Updated Jan 27, 2009

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    Take in the gorgeous views of the vineyards across the rolling hills of the Ferguson Valley and have a bite to eat while sampling some beers that are brewed on site.

    On tap you can try the Wild Bull Stout which has a deeply roasted malt taste, except for the 5.4% alcohol you would say it's almost like a cold frothy espresso. I'm not really a big fan of stout but I reckon this would please those that are.

    For a clean fresh flavour you could sample the Wild Bull Bitter, which at 3.5% alcohol glides down easily without making you feel wobbly.

    The Wild Bull Irish Ale is a full bodied fruity ale with 4.3% alcohol whilst the Wild Bull Amber Ale comes with a caramel undertone. Considering the 5.6% alcohol it goes down deceptively easy.

    And before you start thinking that I'd had rather a big afternoon on the grog, I purchased a $10 sampler tray which comes with 4 small glasses of any combination of beers on tap.

    They do also have guest beers on tap which on this occassion was the 'Brew 42' from another boutique brewery close to Collie. 'Brew 42' was a fruity beer with a hint of lavender.

    They also offer a range of light meals and snacks such as chicken, salad and chips with regular blackboard specials.

    Opening times:

    Fiday to Sunday 11am-5pm
    Most public holidays 11am-5pm

    Sampler tray Cider Stout And here's the finish! View across the valley from the brewery
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    Gastrognome

    by robertgaz Updated May 1, 2007

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    Just tricking... there are no restaurants for miles around here. But do take a picnic of some excellent gnome made sandwiches and enjoy the peaceful company of these colourful locals. They may not be great dinner conversationalists but you'll get no back chat from them either.

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