Pemberton's boutique brewery and winery Jarrah Jacks is back in business on Kemp Road from Wednesday August 1.
The venue will be operated by the Gloucester Motel and will feature a cafe serving fresh local produce.
Manager Sarah Hemsley said all the staff were excited about the impending relaunch.
‘‘There are very limited places to go for lunch in Manjimup and Pemberton— a lot are closing down, so it’s good to see somewhere opening up again,’’ Ms Hemsley said.
‘‘It’s a bonus for locals and tourists alike, especially for the accommodation providers, as we don’t currently have enough places to send visitors.’’
Jarrah Jacks will sell Wood Smoke Wines from its own vineyard and its acclaimed beers.
There is a children’s playground and plans are under way to hold weddings and other functions in the future, as well as Sunday sessions with live music.
Ms Hemsley said she was particularly excited about branching out with a cellar door.
‘‘The cafe will have a full lunch menu which is what we do best and we already do wine testing in our restaurant at the Gloucester Motel so we know what we’re doing.’’