Check out these 11 pup-friendly breweries and wineries in South Australia to get a taste of the following venues to enjoy with your pooch. 

South Australia is home to many breweries, wineries and vineyards that are responsible for producing some of the world’s best beers and wines. Furry friends are the name of the game here, with many family pets in on the business too – so don’t leave your pup behind when you want to get in on the tasting experiences these locales have to offer! 


pup-friendly breweries and wineries

Dog-friendly breweries and wineries in South Australia are a great option for your next adventure.


DogRidge Winery, Cellar Door & Vineyards, McLaren Flat

A great place to go with your dog is DogRidge, where you can taste wine alongside your leashed pup and the resident dogs of this family business. With a wide array of wines from grapes grown on 90 acres of local vineyards, settle into the intimate atmosphere of this venue with your furry friend.


Samuel’s Gorge, McLaren Vale

Atop another ridge is Samuel’s Gorge. Over the 20 years of business, the winemakers of Samuel’s Gorge have focused on producing five different varieties of red wine. Take your dog to experience the views and vines of this stellar winery.


Seabrook Wines, Vine Vale

Immerse yourself in the rich family history of Seabrook Wines while bringing your fur family along. You can get the full experience with your pup alongside the sprawling vineyards of this winery, and see if you can find the winery dog and cat that are on staff here, too!


Fernfield Wines, Eden Valley

Experience the wide range of wines at Fernfield Wines with your pooch by your side. With a grand welcoming committee consisting of the family business border collies, take in the award winning Eden Valley wines that this venue has to offer. 


dog-friendly breweries and wineries in South Australia

Check out the dog-friendly breweries and wineries in South Australia.


Ashton Hills Vineyard, Ashton

If Pinot Noir is your taste, don’t miss the remarkable offerings from Ashton Hills Vineyard. Evolving the bottle for over 30 years, this is one tasting you won’t want to miss. The vineyard is dog friendly too, with their own border collie keeping guard over all the guests.


Deviation Road, Longwood

At Deviation Road, rich family history is combined with a contemporary passion for winemaking to curate their range of products. Bring your pup along to this picturesque winery and don’t miss out on the great wines they have on offer.


South Coast Brewing Co. & Chubby Unicorn Brewing, Willunga

These locally owned breweries are a great stop for you and your pooch. Offering two ranges of beers, South Coast Brewing Co. & Chubby Unicorn Brewing are dog friendly, independent breweries at the same location that can be hired for events and also offer weekly keg fills of their beers.


dog-friendly breweries and wineries in South Australia

There are many great dog-friendly breweries and wineries in South Australia.


SixTwelve Brewing, St. Agnes

Another great dog-friendly stop is SixTwelve Brewing. With a solid range of beers available, these recipes were perfected over years and just what you need when trying out local brews with your pup.


Wastacowie Brewing Company, Minlaton

One venue you don’t want to miss is dog- and family-friendly Wastacowie Brewing Company. This microbrewery has a wide selection of beers and seltzers available as well as live music and local food caterers on weekends. Bring your dog along for the full experience this business has to offer.


Ministry of Beer, Lyndoch

Ministry of Beer is a small, family-owned business that offers a distinct range of sour beers. Dogs are welcome in the shaded beer garden and the venue also serves German-style pizzas to satisfy any hunger during your tasting. 


Robe Town Brewery, Robe

Your pooch is more than welcome to join you at Robe Town Brewery. Located on the Limestone Coast, this great venue is also the only wood-fired brewery in the country. With a wide range of beers and other options as well as live music held regularly, this is a great place to spend time relaxing with your furry friend.

For more dog-friendly breweries and wineries around Australia, check out these venues around New South Wales and Western Australia.

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