Slow down and relax at the Lost Watering Hole

Come see what's on offer at The Lost Watering Hole at The Lancefield Brewery. (Supplied)

Located in the heritage village of Lancefield, Lost Watering Hole The Lancefield Brewery offers a welcoming space, in a beautiful setting, where you’ll discover a slowed down, relaxed atmosphere, sadly lost in much of our day to day living. It’s the perfect place for sharing laughs and swapping stories with family and friends.

Featuring a 100 seat restaurant, the menu offers simple but tasty fare, in perfect partnership with the beers brewed on site.

Breakfast is served on weekends only from 8am to 10.30am and favourites include the house-made waffles, vegan big breakfast and smashed avocado with Meredith goat’s cheese.

The lunch/dinner menu is served seven days a week from 11am and offers small plates, share platters, brewery favourites and large plates for those hungry times. Favourite lunch items include, barramundi tacos, beef burger, spanish paella and bass strait scotch fillet. Many of the meals have gluten free and vegan options too. Open from 10am weekdays, remember to drop in for coffee and cake, or one of the delicious sweet treats.

All Lost Watering Hole beers are 100 per cent naturally brewed on site, in the world-renowned German beer making tradition, without those nasty additives. Four core beers are offered – The Big Roo pale ale, Flightless a draught, Wide Wombi an India pale ale and the Swamp Rat, which is a dark lager, along with seasonal beers. The $10 tasting paddle is a great place to start. With their own uniquely distinct taste and flavour, all beers are available to takeaway.

Looking for that special space for a family or friends get together? Maybe it’s a special birthday, anniversary or reunion. The restaurant is perfect for small groups and best of all, with plenty of quality accommodation on offer in Lancefield, you and your guests will be well looked after.

Why Lost Watering Hole? The name is largely derived from the town’s “lost brewery” and “lost megafauna”, with a “watering hole” also being a waterhole from which animals regularly drink.

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