Ironhouse Tasmania – Brewery, Distillery and Vineyard

Ironhouse Brewery, Distillery and Vineyard is located at White Sands Estate on Tasmania’s beautiful northeast coast.
They say that when the wind blows from the southeast the waves grow and the surfies all head to the Iron House!
The area is synonymous with surfing, mountain biking, farming, hiking, fishing, beach holidays, and its pristine environment.
Water, beaches, mountains, and forests surround us which in turn provide inspiration in our endeavors to create the finest quality craft beer, gorgeous southern climate wines, and high-quality single malt spirit to quench your thirst.
We only use the finest of traditional ingredients. We source water from our own natural spring, we use no preservatives and no additives, just 100% Tasmanian beverages to enjoy!
Tastings are now available from the White Sands Restaurant, Brewery Bar, and Ocean View cellar door room 5 days a week from 10 am to 4 pm
Orders can be placed directly with Iron House and brewery tours are available by appointment.

Contact Details

White Sands Resort
Four Mile Creek, 7215

6372 2228
admin@white-sands.com.au
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