Drunken Drone Brewery

Honey Wheat Ale - proudly brewed and bottled on Kangaroo Island

The Drunken Drone Brewery is a small microbrewery started in September 2015 on Kangaroo Island by Greg and Sharon Simons of Haines. After years of home brewing and testing recipes Greg’s ambition of building his own brewery became a reality. They are starting with a “Honey Wheat Ale” which is hand crafted in small batches using traditional mash brewing techniques.

The Honey Wheat Ale is currently available from Clifford’s Honey Farm, and the following select outlets on Kangaroo Island.

Penneshaw region – Sealink Terminal & Ferries, Penneshaw Hotel, Sorrento Pizzeria, Dudley Winery

American River – Oyster Farm Shop, Mercure Hotel

Haines/MacGillivray – True Thai, Emu Ridge Cafe

Kingscote – Bella Restaurant

Western End – Wilderness Retreat, Vivonne Bay Store

Now also available in Adelaide Central Market at Provenance KI Stall

 

 

 


Contact

08 85538295

Elsegood Road
Kingscote SA 5223

Opening Hours

The Brewery is closed but the Honey Wheat Ale is available at Clifford's Honey Farm which is open everyday from 9.00 am - 5.00 pm. Due to popular demand we are currently out of stock. We will have new batch in store end of November.


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The Drunken Drone Brewery is a small microbrewery started in September 2015 on Kangaroo Island by Greg and Sharon Simons of Haines. After years of home brewing and testing recipes Greg’s ambition of building his own brewery became a reality when the brewery was finished and the first official brew was made. They are starting with a “Honey Wheat Ale” which is hand crafted in small batches using traditional mash brewing techniques. Greg’s aim for brewing an easy drinking lightly hopped beer led to this Ale. It is made with Clifford’s Honey Farm honey from the renowned Ligurian Bee. Greg is also a farmer who likes the idea of value adding his own grain and the aim is to eventually brew using his own wheat and barley.

The Drunken Drone Brewery are selling the Honey Wheat Ale at Sharon’s parents farm gate shop Clifford’s Honey Farm.

Greg and Sharon are excited to be establishing a microbrewery on Kangaroo Island to compliment the growing boutique food and beverage industry.

Friends and family of Greg and Sharon have been sampling Greg’s brews for years and now they are proud to be able to offer a Kangaroo Island brewed ale for locals and visitors to enjoy.



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