Plonk

Contact details

Telephone: 02 6260 6336
Email: info@plonk.net.au
Website: http://www.plonk.net.au/

Plonk Beer & Wine Store is an independent, family owned and operated bottle shop which was awarded ‘Best Bottleshop in Australia’ at the 2012 Beer & Brewer Awards.

Plonk Beer and Wine Store stock over 1300 beers from craft breweries throughout Australia and more than 60 countries from around the world.

Indeed they can satisfy all your beer requirements! They also carry a range of beer glassware, books and gift accessories.

10% discounts on mixed 6 buys and bigger discounts on mixed case buys, offering something that no other bottle shop can.

With more than 150 ciders they have the largest range in the country. Ciders from England, France, Spain, Belgium, Sweden, Australia: still, sparkling, sweet, dry, medium, oak aged in apple pear, raspberry—they have them all!

They stock the largest range of local Canberra District wines along with an eclectic range of over 1000 hand selected wines.

Their online purchasing website is now up and running, with great deals on offer if you can’t make it to Plonk, Canberra.

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