Saggy Stone offers 5 distinctively different and satisfying brews, the result of using only natural spring water found on the farm and taken from the head spring at the top of the Langeberg Mountains. This pure, moss-filtered spring water that flows over the smoothest granite, is the key to a great tasting craft beer and as the brothers know, great mountain water, makes better beer. Saggy Stone is brewed using the finest barley and hops and the addition of fresh, sweet and soft spring water from the farm’s natural water supply offers a superior taste that only nature can provide.
As demand grows, so must the brewery but the brewmasters agree that as long as there’s a firm supply of “great mountain water”, they ‘ll continue “making great beer”.
RESTAURANT & PUB
Tucked away beneath the Langeberg mountains on Amandalia Farm, the home of Saggy Stone Brewing Co., near Robertson is a relaxed rustic pub and restaurant serving meals from Friday to Monday, between 11am & 4pm. You can call us to book a table on 083 4533526.
Watch the magic happen by booking a brewery tour or if the mood strikes and we’re available, we’ll happily show you around without an appointment.
Set in the plum orchard and built by Adrian himself, the stone-walling effect and wooden-decked building now known as Saggy Stone Restaurant & Pub blends into the environment. It offers a homely, up-market setting that’s comfortable and relaxing. The bar is made from a huge chunk of reclaimed Gum tree to reflect its eco-friendly nature.
Surrounded by lush green grass,a central pond and a kid’s jungle gym, Saggy Stone offers a family-friendly location where parents can relax and soak up the spectacular mountain views while kids (and dogs) explore the area. Guests are also encouraged to help themselves to ripe plums.
CYCLING AT SAGGY STONE AND IN THE AREA
You can ride along a portion of the Cape Epic’s Stage 3 race of 2018, The Longest Day between Robertson and Worcester. Or ride around on the world class Rooiberg Breederiver Conservancy MTB Trail, which snakes around more than 70km of pristine Karoo landscape, and 13km of single track. There are a variety of routes to choose from to match your skill set. Enjoy a cold brew after your ride.
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The Saggy Stone is also an official Water Point for the Cape Epic, which is held each year in March and is a great location to view the race.