This is the new Beer Adelaide Website, With everything related to the Past, Present and Future of the South Australian Brewing and Beer Industry.
I will be uploading all my research on the the South Australian Beer, as well as any news on the future of the industry.
If you have any historical photos of breweries or labels not included on this website, I would love to add them, please get in contact with me!
This site has been tested on Chrome, please let me know if you have issues viewing it in other browsers.
New Micro Breweries Added
3rd February 2023
This year has seen the opening of two new breweries, namely Penny Red Beer Co. located near McLaren Vale and Jump Ship Brewing in Port Lincoln.
The former made its debut at the Fleurieu Beer Festival in Willunga, where attendees had the opportunity to sample their beers.
The official cellar door of Penny Red Beer Co. is expected to open shortly, making it a must-visit destination for beer enthusiasts.
On the other hand, Jump Ship Brewing opened its doors in the second week of January and
currently offers its beers on draught, with plans to package them in cans in the near future.
New Micro Brewery Added - Kilburn Brewing Co.
6th January 2023
U-Brew-It Kilburn has now been renamed to Kilburn Brewing Co. adding retail beer to its 'Brew on Premises' business.
The brewery currently has five beers, available from the brewery in Kilburn, on Churchill Road, across from Costco.
Website Brewery Update
6th January 2023
Just an update to the Website. I have finished scanning all the South Australian Micro Brewery Labels and Cans, as well as completing all the Old Brewery Labels and Cans. If there is any Labels or Cans I am missing from the website, please let me know.
Added a new section, South Australian Softdrink manufacturers
17th April 2022
I have started adding all of SA's Soft Drink manufacturers.
The current companies with content added are marked with an asterisks
A brief history of beer cans
11th April 2022
Beer packaged in cans has now become the standard off premises container, from the largest corporate breweries to the smallest microbreweries, they all seem to be canning. Though beer cans started much earlier that most people think.