IT TAKES A VILLAGE - Meet SarahBACK TO FUN STUFF
It takes a village to bring Eagle Bay Brewing Co. to you. And with every village its people are its back bone. As part of our The ‘It takes a Village’ series, we meet some of the people that make our village.
MEET SARAH- RESTAURANT AND FUNCTIONS MANAGER
To say Sarah started with us at a busy time of year is an understatement, Sarah started with us on what is the busiest day of trade for Eagle Bay – December 27th – when we can seat up to 1000 people in a 4 hour lunch seating. Unsurprisingly she nailed it, and has ever since.
Sarah is Perth born, but moved to England when she was 5 and spent 4 years in the English way of life, before venturing back to the sunny WA Shores. Spending her key childhood years in England, and then returning to England again at 21, made Sarah appreciate all we have here, the lifestyle we live, and how lucky we are with WA’s beauty and weather.
The South West was always a part of family holidays when Sarah and her family were back in WA, and it’s those holidays which made Sarah fall in love with the South West. She fell in love so badly, she decided to move down when she needed that next adventure. She didn’t just fall in love with the South West, but also found love, with her partner Hayden.
Sarah and Hayden’s romance started from meeting in their hospitality roles, and from there they continue to enjoy their shared love of eating and drinking in fab places, and the South West outdoors. One day they will tick off the ultimate foodie bucket list item – getting to visit a Michelin star restaurant.
With 11 years spent in the hospitality industry, the one thing that continues to shine through and keeps her enjoying her job, is how this industry brings together like-minded people. Plus she loves the unique teams she works with.
You’ll see Sarah enjoying an Eagle Bay Vineyard red wine, or our mid-strength XPA or our latest single series for her staff drink.
And when she’s not at work she’s grabbing a coffee from Tiny Coffee and heading to Castle Rock to catch the whales.