About The Ale House

The Ale House in Broederstroom is a quaint pub and microbrewery that has all of the charm of an authentic country inn. Folk are invited to sit on the veranda, sip on a cold hand-crafted beer, and enjoy the beauty of the North West Province.

Regular brewing demonstrations are hosted by the Ale House, giving visitors an insight into the beers that are made and the methods used to get the most out of their flavour and body. Each ale is brewed using fresh water from the mountain springs, and all of the ingredients are non-GMO and of the best possible quality. This yields beer with a clean, wholesome taste.

The beers are produced in small quantities and never bottled, giving beer-lovers the assurance that they are sipping on the freshest, most authentic product.

These beers include

Trailer Trash Blonde
An American Pale Ale with big floral and citrus notes and a hoppy undertone. There are hints of malty caramel for extra indulgence.

EselWeiss
This Weiss is a summer favourite, thanks to its slightly spicy undertones and its fresh, crisp finish. The wheat malt and hops are imported to get the optimal flavour combination.

Irish Red Ale
The occasional floor-malted malt and lots of crystallised malts are used to create this rich, nutty drink.

Capsicum Ale
Excellent to fight flu (or forget you have it) before winter, this beer is infused with chilli. It will leave you with a warm glow after every sip.

Pale Ale
Easy to drink, simple and tasty; this is light on hops and light in colour. It is ideal over lunch and on a hot summer’s afternoon.

Ale House Brown Ale
This sturdy ale is nutty with plenty of crystal malts and a little European hops.

Smokey Oak Ale
Taste the irresistible flavour that comes from being infused with smoked oak chips. This beer also has hints of the light Saaz hops and a smidgen of crystal.

Plastic Paddy
The Ale House’s version of Guinness, this is a dry Irish stout that is robust. It boasts flavours of molasses and dark chocolate. Unfortunately, it’s only available around St Paddy’s Day.

These unique beers are best enjoyed with the pizzas that are made in the wood-burning pizza oven. Hartbeespoort Dam is only just over 78 kilometres from Johannesburg and 38 kilometres from Pretoria.

Need to Know

WhereBart Pretorius Road, Broederstroom, Hartebeespoort Dam, North West Province

WhenPlease enquire

Telephone+27 (0)82 464-9387

OvernightThe closest town is Broederstroom, in North West Province

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