About the listing
12 Apostles The site was known as the Sow and Pigs (Muttonbird Island, near Loch Ard Gorge, was the 'Sow', and the smaller rock stacks were the 'Piglets'), the Pinnacles or the Twelve Apostles. The formation eventually became known as the Twelve Apostles, despite only ever having nine stacks.
This iconic geological formation is adjacent to Port Campbell. In 2016, John Moloney and Marion Klink, owners and operators of the award winning Port Campbell Hostel, decided to build a craft brewery to enhance the region as an area that has in the past been a hop production region and much illicit distilling of bootleg spirits!
The couple are keen to use local produce where possible-and if not local then Australian! The brewery is a purpose built microbrewery with a communal BBQ area for cooking local Wagyu steaks and other local produce.
Our German brewer, Julian Widera will be producing seasonal beers that will utilise local produce such as strawberries, blackberries, yoghurt and other fruits grown in the hinterland. A local food van will be on site at designated days to serve local seafood and other regional produce.
Our beers will be available in many of the local bars and restaurants and to ensure that our customers are able to enjoy draught beer at all times, Growlers will be available for hire or for purchase. A novel take away 1 litre can will be available and the canning process will take place at the bar!