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Epic new brewery Kick Back Brewing opens in Aldinga

Kick Back Brewing has opened in Aldinga with a brewery, a gorgeous taproom, a beer garden, and a kitchen serving up multicultural eats.

Tap beers brewed on-site, multicultural eats, and a gorgeous space to host a slew of fun events – this new brewery is fulfilling our booze-fueled dreams. 

Kick Back Brewing has opened in Aldinga with a brewery, taproom, beer garden, and kitchen. From its logo––an “ok” hand symbol––to its beer names, to its palette-inclusive menu, the family-owned, dog-friendly venue radiates good vibes and a welcoming atmosphere that make you want to relax and kick back

The “welcome stranger” fruity hazy pale and its “good folk” floral lager sit on the menu alongside the new brewery’s five other beers (an IPA, an oatmeal stout, a red ale, an English brown ale, and a pale ale), as well as solely South Australian wines and spirits. The current beer offerings are among the eleven varieties that Kick Back has been rotating on its 14 active taps since its June opening. 

“We want our beers and taphouse to reflect us, our region and our community,” owner and head brewer Brenton Schoemaker says. The owner, formerly a geoscientist, uses his scientific background to craft a unique beer with a friendly, customer-focused mentality.

“We believe craft beer isn’t just a beverage. It’s a belief system, a connection to place, purpose and most importantly, each other,” he says.

The brewery’s menu is also locally sourced and equally as inviting; Jaffle iron toasties with ham and cheddar, local calamari with onion rings, eggplant and cauliflower pakora, slow cooked Moroccan lamb with couscous, a classic cheeseburger and mushroom and chickpea chili, and more come from head chef Michael Proud, formerly of Stem Bar and Kitchen.

Marketing manager Sam Trezise says the menu seeks to combine your classic pub feed with a multicultural flavours.

“We like to keep things interesting while still catering to beer pub food,” he says.

Kick Back Brewing’s delicious-sounding food and drink offerings are housed in their gorgeous brand-new venue. Less than an hour’s drive from Adelaide CBD in the coastal town of Aldinga Beach, the space is beautiful – perhaps a destination in and of itself. 

“Our aim  is to have a vibrant atmosphere that is relaxing at the same time,” Trezise says.

“There’s warm natural light, and a fun, family-friendly vibe.”

Find them online here.

The brewhouse is open Thursday 11am-10pm, Friday and Saturday 11am-midnight, and Sunday 11am-10pm.

Find Kickback Brewery at 11 Old Church Road, Aldinga. 

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