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Sunshine Coast Breweries re-open their doors to customers

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The relaxation of coronavirus restrictions this weekend allows breweries to re-open their doors to the public, albeit in a limited capacity. Stage one allows breweries to host no more than ten people at a time, and they must also order a meal during their visit.

Each brewery has its own offerings or set of conditions, with some considering waiting until Stage 2 restrictions come into place and allow a slightly more viable 20 patrons to visit at any one time. As for Sunshine Coast Craft Beer Tours…..we will be back at Stage 2 as well! Stay tuned for exclusive offers and tours

Check out the local offerings below and get out there to support your local. Call ahead to check availability or check Facebook pages for more detail

Moffat Beach Brewing Co – open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. And their fantastic line up of beer

10 Toes Brewery – offering set seating times with meals included in the package

Sunshine Brewery – teaming up with a local chef to offer meal and beer dining packages. Also releasing their Pink Boots mid-strength beer

Heads of Noosa – offering an awesome 2 hour package of beer and food for only $69. Strictly limited availability.

Land & Sea – open 7 days for lunch and dinner. Get there early to beat the rush

Boiling Pot – offering takeaway and delivery, along with an awesome selection of fresh Italian pasta

Copperhead Brewery – open for lunch and dinner Wednesday to Sunday. Set booking times so call to check availability

Brouhaha Brewery – offering takeaway and home delivery until Stage 2

Your Mates – offering takeaway and home delivery with a surprise re-launch event on the way. Stay tuned!

Sunshine Coast Brewery – open for takeaway beer and food truck

Black Flag – check out their range of beers for takeaway from the Glory Hole at 313 Social

Terella Brewing – offering takeaway from their drive through Wed-Sat 11-5

If you want to explore breweries in the area then check out the Sunshine Coast Craft Beer Trail online map www.visitsunshinecoast.com/craftbeertrail

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