About Cascade Brewery
The Cascade Brewery Company, established in 1824, is located in Hobart at the foot of the majestic Mount Wellington. Here, Australia's oldest operating brewery crafts a range of exceptional beers for Tasmania and 'the mainland'.
Cascade Pale Ale is Australia's longest continuously brewed beer, with a heritage stretching back to 1832. Cascade Stout is an award winning example of the style and Cascade Premium Light is Australia's favourite light beer. These brews are complemented by the Tasmanian stalwarts; Cascade Draught, Cascade Bitter and Cascade Lager.
Step inside Australia's oldest operating brewery to learn how Cascade has been crafting beer since 1832. Our guides will share Cascade's fabled recipe; a dash of history, a healthy dose of Tasmania's finest ingredients and a generous amount of brewing craft.
After the tour, sample from a range of Cascade beers and Mercury ciders, stay for lunch or browse our store for souvenirs.
Visitor Centre & Functions
The Cascade brewery is a great spot to enjoy your favourite Tasmanian brew. Our picturesque bar has a complete range of Cascade beers and Mercury ciders and our chefs serve a delicious menu of beer snacks, share plates and hearty lunches to enjoy in our restaurant or out in our three acres of heritage gardens. The Cascade Visitor Centre also hosts private events and functions, providing an adaptable venue with areas suited to weddings, conferences and all manner of celebrations for up to 300 guests.
Cascade Blue, as it's known to the locals, is a clean, crisp lager with a subtle, fruity hop influence.
Tasmania's favourite beer, high in malt, full of flavour and earthy hop notes from locally grown Pride of Ringwood hops.
Cascade Premium Light
Australia's favourite light beer, it is refreshing and full-flavoured with spicy, fruity notes and pronounced hop character.
Deep and rich in colour, this stout has chocolatey and nutty character with a smooth, creamy body and pleasantly bitter finish.
Cascade Pale Ale
Australia's oldest branded beer, first brewed in 1832, it's a bold and refreshing beer with a complex malt body and clean hop finish.