We weren't very interested in the journey, so we ordered a very good lunch and cider here and found that their garden area was holding a Sunday jazz show. The scenery of the old winery and the delicious beer and music in the background of the spectacular Wellington Hill gave us a wonderful afternoon.
Cascade Brewery Co., located in Hobart South, Tasmania, Australia, is the oldest still operating brewery in Australia. It was founded in 1824 by Peter Degraves, a British settler, from the sawmill at the foot of the Wellington Mountains. In 1826, Peter Degraves was indicted and imprisoned for a debt dispute. In prison, he realized that the pure waters flowing from Wellington Hill could be used and developed strategies for a pioneering brewery. After his release from prison in 1831, Peter Degraves began to realize his vision of producing genuine beer on his original industrial land, and introduced the first Cascade brand beer in December 1832. In February 1967, a terrible bush fire swept through southern Tasmania, and the Cascade Brewery was not spared. Later, residents of Hobart community joined in the rebuilding of the brewery. On April 3, after the fire, Cascade began to brew again. A month later, on May 10, Cascade's team and local volunteers gathered together to enjoy it. Well-deserved beer. The distillery's unique architecture looks like a huge French Castle nestling in the arms of Mount Wellington from a distance. The reason why breweries are flourishing is that they still use the sweet mountain springs flowing down from Wellington Hill, hops and barley produced in Tasmania, and use traditional methods to brew beer. There are also museums in the winery, displaying historical pictures and objects of the winery. Cascade beer is well-known in the region. Its own bar serves six kinds of beer. These beers are directly introduced from the beer factory to the bar through copper pipes, and can drink refreshing beer when the brake is opened. Hops are fragrant and clear springs are brewing well. Water is the source of wine. Wine is the soul of water. We did not visit and taste beer. We bought tickets and participated in different group tours. We participated in a one-day tour of the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Garden/Tasmanian Museum and Art Museum/Salamanca Square/Wellington Hill/Cascade Brewery. After visiting Wellington Hill, we visited the outskirts of Cascade Brewery for less than 10 minutes, and we would not make a special visit without a group. After all, it doesn't matter about wine.
Hobart Cascade Brewery is an old winery with a history of more than 200 years. In this stadium, there are professional guides to show you the brewing process of the winery, and you can taste the authentic food and wine in the restaurant of the winery. It's really delicious.
Hobart's Cascade Brewery is a 200-year-old winery. It mainly brews beer. Maybe because of the abundant sunshine in Australia, the beer made by wheat tastes quite good, and the dessert made here is also good. It's really very happy to enjoy the fine wine and delicious food while visiting.
There is a coffee shop in the back garden. Black beer ice cream is only sold in that shop. Sweet food can be tasted. It's delicious.
Cascade is really delicious. Make sure you try it. It will refresh your understanding of beer. Just touched this wine is introduced by the local people, he took the peripheral product (cap) printed with cascade to us, and casually said that it was delicious, I was also in the bar casually, this cup, never forget.
Australia's oldest brewery, simple and elegant architectural style, production and tourist attractions combined, it is worth visiting oh