Explore the ‘Beer Revolution’, at a time where people are starting to enjoy drinking beer more than ever.

The beer trend is quite contagious, as people frequent pubs religiously after work, on game days, or on the weekends.

Also, it’s no longer frowned upon for ladies to enjoy a glass or two of beer as it was previously notorious for being a tough guy’s drink.

There are numerous breweries popping up around South Africa that solely celebrates and appreciates beer drinkers, that you’re spoilt for choice on which one to visit.

If you looking for new a place to enjoy beer there are many restaurants that now offer local brews on their menus.

Did you know?

Do you know South Africans consume in excess of 5 billion litres of alcohol annually that equates to 9 – 10 litres of pure alcohol per person.

We sure do know how to have a good time…

Here are a few trendy places to try out great beer and enjoy a chill session:


|Beerhouse, Centurion|

Dubbed as a beer hub, this eater is one of three Beerhouse following on Long Street in Cape Town, Fourways in Johannesburg and now also in Centurion, Pretoria.

You can enjoy and relax and enjoy contemporary beer hall with its 25 taps and their legendary ’99 Bottles’ of the best local and international beer.

Golden goodness At my new favourite spot Beer House.🍻

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| The Beer Yard, Richmond Hill |

The Beer Yar is a trendy eatery is perfect for either pre-dinner drinks or beer and dinner.

You enjoy a burger, pizza or just snacks to accompany their huge variety of international and local beers.

The vibe is laid-back, and the outdoor space is unbeatable, with regular live music events and a pool that opens up on special occasions.

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| Black Horse Brewery, Magaliesburg |

Situated on the edge of the Magalies River with lush green fields and majestic black horses.

Overlooking the breathtaking Zeekoeihoek valley, you can relax and enjoy the a time out under Pecan nut trees so the drive is worth it.

The family restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner focusing on wood-fired pizzas, flatbreads and grass fed grills.

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| Porcupine Quill Brewing Company, Botha’s Hill |

Porcupine Quill is a micro brewery and deli combined, offering a variety of beers and wholesome food, inspired by African traditions.

Beers are named after Africa’s wild living environment, like Karoo Red and Flat tail porcupine ale.

Enjoy a beer and a hearty, unpretentious meal at the deli where you will feel a warm welcome.


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