Tsitsikamma Microbrewery Craft Beer Tasting Experience


Visit Tsitsikamma Microbrewery for an amazing craft beer tasting experience. Hop on a motorbike or jump in the car and get to the town tourists love. Do the twist at Marilyn’s 60’s Diner in the evening, after lazing in the sun drinking some of the finest locally crafted beer on offer in the Garden Route.

The Tsitsikamma Microbrewery located in the beautiful Storms River began in 2014 as joint venture between three beer lovers: Johan Stumpf, Pine Pienaar and Chris Sykes.

Located about 180 kms from the Port Elizabeth airport, along South Africa’s famous Garden Route, this hidden gem is perfect for a boy’s weekend away – no matter what time of year it is. Whether you visit during the cool but temperate African autumn or spring; the buzzing, thirst quenching summer or the cheap and cheerful winter – there is always time to taste good beer.


The beer is brewed according to the 1487 German Reinheitsgebot (Purity Law): using only barley, hops and water. The ingredients are carefully selected and the water is from their very own well – giving you that original Tsitsikamma taste.

At the brewery, choose from a selection of well-known craft beers: CBC, Robertsons, Darling and Mitchell’s. Or, be bold and try Tsitsikamma Microbrewery’s own signature brand. For the true beer lover you’ll find: the Storms River Ale and Redwood Ale; full-bodied crisp beer made only from the finest barley. For the love of beer – join us for a real craft beer tasting experience.

The brewery is open from 10 am to 5 pm Monday to Thursday and then Friday and Saturday nights until 9 pm and closing on an easy Sunday at 3 pm.

You’ll find our local beer on sale throughout the Tsitsikamma village, including the famous Hunters Pub at Tsitsikamma Village Inn. Cheer on your favourite rugby team and be guaranteed to feel fresh in the morning.

Enjoy a hearty, meaty meal with your mates and enjoy a trip you’ll never forget!
Book your weekend accommodation at Tsitsikamma Village Inn here.

 April 28, 2015
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