adventures in craft beer in Perth and beyond

girl + goose

Up until very recently I only thought of The Goose in Busselton as a great destination for breakfast. When living in the south west it was one of our favourite spots for weekend breakfast. The food was always ace, my favourite breakfast dish is still their eggs florentine, and you can’t beat the view of the Busselton Jetty with those crystal blue waters that made it look like a photoshop-ed postcard from the tourist centre.

Busselton Jetty

Busselton Jetty

However my most recent trips to The Goose have made me realise there’s so much more to this place than just eggs.

Renamed and rebranded

Rebranded and renamed since late 2013 The Goose has taken on a more casual feel

It’s not just a restaurant …

Wiggling away from it’s perception as only a restaurant, The Goose has recently added “beach bar + kitchen” to it’s title to reflect the venue’s more casual atmosphere. Lounges and tall bar tables invite you to drop in for a drink and a nibble. The outside decking is irrestistable, what could be a better way to end a working day than this …

A pint with a view at The Goose

A pint with a view at The Goose

Now that’s a beer list …

A diverse and interesting list of tap beers is what every beer loving geek looks for when they walk up to the bar. The Goose has nailed it with twelve taps in constant rotation showcasing predominately local brews from the likes of Colonial Brewing, Eagle Bay Brewing and Cowaramup Brewing.

The bottled beer list is pretty good too. There’s still Hahn Super Dry and Corona for those inclined but there’s also Brooklyn Brown Ale, Anchor Steam and Sierra Nevada Pale Ale to satisfy your American craft beer cravings.

You can check out a full list of their beverages here – this is probably best viewed with a drink in your hand just incase you get thirsty.

Beer taps at The Goose

From an oatmeal stout to a local apple cider, The Goose has taps that are tip-top!

The food is still tops …

Just cause they’ve gone a little more casual doesn’t mean the food has been neglected.

Fettuccine with blue swimmer crab, tomato, lemon, herbs and butter sauce

Fettuccine with blue swimmer crab, tomato, lemon, herbs and butter sauce

Steamed mussels with an unbeatable view

Steamed mussels, well at least it was before I devoured it, with an unbeatable view

lingot d’argental

Lingot d’Argental – a French cow’s milk cheese

Full menu available for drooling/pre-planning here.

In short – stop by, take a compulsory Instagram of the jetty and settle in for a pint of local beer and relax; after all you are in the south west.

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