Experience the flavours of the Kimberley at this brewery, where you can try tingling chilli and mango beers and seasonal ales at the bayside restaurant.
Spend an afternoon savouring the flavours of locally brewed beers at Matso’s Brewery, an award-winning microbrewery and restaurant nestled in Broome’s Roebuck Bay. Committed to creating craft beers that reflect the lifestyle and landscape of the beautiful Kimberley region, Matso’s Brewery features a fascinating range that will intrigue any palate. Try a selection of the brewery’s innovative tropical mango, lychee or chilli beers, or relish the crisp taste of an old-fashioned lager.
Step into the historic pitched-roof building and find yourself in a piece of Broome history. Named after a general store once housed in it, the structure was built in 1910 and endured two relocations, a fire, a stint in the seedy Red Light district and the decline of the pearling boom before its transformation into a brewery.
Take a seat at a table on the veranda and sample a selection of craft beers. You can try classic pale ales and lagers infused with flavours from the stunning Kimberley landscape, or taste something a little more adventurous. Matso’s Brewery has a seasonal range of brews, including lime cider and ginger beer. Purchase a sampling selection to enjoy a range of beers on tap.
The restaurant at Matso’s Brewery serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as a selection of mouthwatering bar snacks. If beer isn’t to your taste, you can match your meal to a selection of local and imported wines or non-alcoholic drinks. Stop by the shop to pick up a Matso’s Brewery souvenir or a six-pack of bottled beers.
Matso’s Brewery is located on the northern waterfront of Roebuck Bay near the centre of Broome. It is less than 5-minutes’ drive from Broome Airport. Parking can be found on adjacent streets. Stay in a nearby hotel and wander home after an enjoyable night out at Matso’s Brewery. As you walk, look for the stunning “Staircase to the Moon”, a phenomenon that occurs when the full moon rises over the tidal flats of Roebuck Bay.