For a real taste o'history ...
Old Style Syrups and Traditional Mixers!

The historic brewery was built in 1865 while Beechworth was at the height of the Gold Rush. The original owner was George Billson, hence the name on the building Billsons Breweryof "Billsons Brewery", however over the next 50 years it underwent a number of name changes until 1916 when the current name of Murray Breweries was established.

The site was chosen because a natural spring occurred here and the pure water has been used in all of the beverages to this day, known now as Snowline Pure Mountain Spring Water.

During the 1920's due to the intervention of a temperance group the production of beer ceased, although Stout continued to be made for another 30 years. It was at this time a soft drink and cordial factory was started.

Today we specialise in turn of the century gourmet cordial mixers of long forgotten flavours made to time honoured recipes and methods.

Snowline Pure Mountain Spring Water Visit Springalive

Murray Breweries is excited to announce that we have just won the ‘Business of the Month’ award on Sydney radio 2GB. To help us celebrate, just mention 2GB with your cordial purchase (at the shop or by phone/mail order) and we will give you 10% off the listed bottle price.’ Offer valid until 30 September 2013
Also, look out for our latest seasonal special flavour ‘Lime and Chilli’, refreshing with a hint of spice. Perfect for all occasions! For a limited time only.

Come and visit us at Murray Breweries or contact us for orders.

National Trust of AustraliaMurray Breweries
presents on behalf of the
National Trust of Aust (Victoria)

Located at Murray Breweries

Carriage MuseumCarriage Museum
A collection of twenty horsedrawn vehicles recalling transport of the 19th and 20th century. Many vehicles remain as a direct link with Beechworths' past. Open daily - 10am to 4pm, (closed Sat and Sun in the Winter months).

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