Saggy Stone Brewing Co.

As a passionate team of Craft Beer Brewers in Roberston, Western Cape, Saggy Stone Brewing Co. provides consumers with a wide variety of fresh, great-tasting, locally produced, quality Craft Beers. With a consistent history of excellent craft beer attributed to our true love and knack for our craft, Saggy Stone has a passion for creating a variety of quality Craft Beers for all beer drinkers.

It is Saggy Stone’s unwavering belief in craftsmanship, quality and our commitment to using only the best ingredients nature has to offer that is the real key to our success. We pride ourselves in brewing all our craft beers, using fresh spring water from our mountains. 

Today, Saggy Stone offers 15 delicious and distinctively different beers, comprising a core range, seasonal range, as well as a growing list of Brewer’s Small Batch brews.

Customers can enjoy Saggy Stone Craft Beers straight from the source – The Saggy Stone Brewery in Robertson, home to our very first brewpub and restaurant. It’s available fresh, on tap at any of our 4 Taprooms located throughout Cape Town and its surrounding areas (Green Point, Kloof Street in Gardens, Somerset West, and Stellenbosch Winelands).

Customers can also enjoy our Craft Beers in the comfort of their homes by placing orders through our Online Shop, which delivers nationwide.

A Tale of Two Brothers, Robertson, and Dancing Baboons

The Saggy Stone dream kicked off in 2007. After the founders, two brothers Phillip and Adrian Robinson, decided to buy a farm with the intention of growing and exporting fruit. The growing trend of microbreweries scattered in the Australian Outback’s vineyards led them to avail to become Robertson’s first “beer-brewing farm”.

It was Phillip’s recipes and Adrian’s 12-year stint as a baker that ensured they perfected the art of all-grain brewing. The beer brewed using the farm’s fresh mountain water convinced them that they were on to something great. Pure, moss-filtered spring water that flows over the smoothest granite, is the key to a great tasting craft beer and as the brothers now know, great mountain water, makes better beer.

And the name?

While under construction, a troop of overzealous baboons danced on the walls of Adrian’s gabion style Lapa, causing the stones to sag. On inspection, his then 10-year old daughter called it “The Saggy Stone Lapa”. The name stuck, not only as a charming story but also as natural as Saggy Stone itself.