A WA brewer has revealed ambitious plans to open a brewhouse in Cable Beach, signalling a desire to be part of the famed Broome beach’s “world-class” redevelopment. The development would result in a 600-person capacity brewhouse — complete with two outside container ship bars, a giant screen for sports and a playground for kids — constructed at 7 Sanctuary Road, directly opposite Beaches of Broome. Spinifex Brewing Co chief executive Adam Barnard said after a successful crowdfunding campaign the brand’s options had bloomed. “We’ve always wanted to open a venue in Broome, and with our Equitise campaign shattering our $2 million target in just two days we’ve had a lot of opportunities pop up,” he said. “There’s a lot of really nice places in Broome, but we feel the one thing missing is a real family venue — somewhere families can come to watch the footy while the kids entertain themselves on the playground.” Keeping in line with their menu of beers — which use native ingredients sourced from the Dampier Peninsula — Mr Barnard said food offerings would incorporate the same ingredients and offer patrons a look into the process. “We plan on having our native ingredients processed on site with a window into both that and the brewing process,” he said. “Robert Dann and his company Bindam Mie will be heading up the harvesting and processing on-site, so it’s going to be a really unique and educational offering. “Chinatown, Town Beach, Cable Beach — they have all been or are being redeveloped into world-class destinations — we want to be a part of that.” The news comes just three months after the company announced plans for a similar project in the Perth suburb of North Beach. Broome Builders owner Bob Sweet said plans for a brewery on the site were already fermenting before Spinifex was invited to the table. “We engaged a local architect, Laird Tran Studio to help us design Cable Beach brewery. “We’d made substantial progress, when it came to our attention that Spinifex were on a similar mission capital raising.” “With their popular product already causing a stir in the market place, it made perfect sense to join forces with them to bring this new venture to Broome.” Mr Barnard said the brewery would be completed in October 2022, with first pints poured by March 2023. The project would still need to pass council approvals. Project architect Laird Tran Studio is known for a number of high-profile Broome projects, including the refurbishment of the Broome Court House and the new Broome Golf Club. Spinifex has also signed ex-Eagles player Karl Langdon as a brand ambassador and currently exports to Northern Europe and South America.