Feral Brewing Company will serve its final drinks on October 3rd in the Swan Valley
In super sad news for beer lovers, the Feral Brewing Company Swan Valley Restaurant has made the heartbreaking decision to shut its microbrewery doors this October after 19 years.
They will be moving their pilot plant to their facility in Bassendean after they made the decision not to renew their lease.
In a post to social media and their website, they’re calling on all Perth peeps who have loved their spot over the years to pop in over the next 5 weeks and raise a Hop Hog to the crew in the Swan Valley for their years of service, with a final drink call on October 3rd.
Don’t freak out though! You will still be able to enjoy their award-winning brews from pubs and bottle shops in Perth, with the company stating that WA is the heartbeat of Feral Brewing Co and promising they don’t intend to go anywhere
Even though we’re sad to see them go, it’s not the end forever with another promise for bigger and better things lying ahead for the beloved beer brewers.
“We continue to go from strength to strength much like the ABV in Biggie Juice (#drinkresponsibly) but as a business and a brand, we’re looking towards the future.”
Make sure to grab your mates together one weekend and head out to the Valley to raise a toast to good times as you say goodbye to the Feral crew.
Feature Image: feralbrewing.com.au
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