Nieu Bethesda. The Brewery.

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Nieu Bethesda– Whoever you speak to in this village of visual delights, will tell you about The Brewery and Two Goats Deli, where extremely good craft beer is produced by brewmaster Andre Cilliers.

A family run business found on one of the village’s backroads, they produce a range of cheeses with milk from their own goats and cows as well as a collection on naturals ales at their brewery. This they serve with hand roasted coffees and breads from their bakery, under ancient pear and pepper trees.
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Old fridges converted to hold the ale, chilled to perfection.
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You will want to meet Noah Cilliers.
A natural stream runs through the property, which provides the water that they use in the microbrewery. The three different ales are available on tap or in bottles. The Karoo Ale is their standard slightly more on the bitter side ale. The Honey Ale has a slight honey (from the property) aftertaste and the Roasted Ale is a dark stout type beer. I loved the Honey Ale!
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The menu on the chalk board, which delivered the real thing!
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Highly recommended for lunch under the oak trees and a long comfy linger on the hanging day bed. No hammock could compare, I know I need one. We were beautifully looked after by Noah Cilliers and Matthew Price, both aged 12 yrs. If you’re lucky you’ll find them there. But the whole place is designed to offer the best of relaxed pleasure, craft beer and home produce.
Don’t leave town with a collection of ales!
Where to find them – and yes, you do want to! Pienaar Street, Nieu Bethesda. Email: sneeuberg24@gmail.com Phone: 0498411602.
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And if you don’t want to drive or roll down the hill tummy full and happy, take the Brewery Shuttle!

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Love this pic of Eden Weiss coming out of The Brewery.

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