Beer and wine mapped out

Harvey-Waroona Reporter
Skipworth Wines will be featured on the new Peel Craft Beer and Wine Trail. Winery owner Ken Skipworth holds a bottle of his 2015 Rising Phoenix Shiraz, a vintage preserved from the 2016 bushfires, which won a silver medal at the Geographe Wine Show.
Camera IconSkipworth Wines will be featured on the new Peel Craft Beer and Wine Trail. Winery owner Ken Skipworth holds a bottle of his 2015 Rising Phoenix Shiraz, a vintage preserved from the 2016 bushfires, which won a silver medal at the Geographe Wine Show. Credit: David Charlesworth

Visitors to the Peel region now have even more reason to explore some of the area’s best beer and wine establishments.

Tourism WA and the Mandurah and Peel Tourism Organisation have teamed up with local businesses to showcase seven of the region’s best beer and wine offerings with the new Peel Craft Beer and Wine Trail.

The organisation’s chief executive officer Karen Priest said the idea was to provide a guide to authentic food and beverage experiences in the region.

“In developing this trail, the idea was to work with local businesses to narrow down the offerings and make them more accessible by creating a trail showcasing the Peel Region’s best locally produced beverages,” Ms Priest said.

The easy-to-read map shows how to get from place to place, transport options, dining options and general information about the region.

The businesses on the trail are Three Rivers Brewing, Peel Estate Wines, White Lakes Brewing, King Road Brewing Co, Millbrook Winery, Drakesbrook Fine Wines and Skipworth Wine Company.

Copies of the trail are available at Peel region visitor centres and the participating wineries and breweries.

The trail will soon be uploaded to the Trails WA website.

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