The Weldborough pub is pretty good. Heaps of cool tassie beers, food’s good and camping was like $5 from memory. Nice to have a shower to use after a fair bit of camping. The 4wding around there is meant to be good and they’ve been building a whole bunch of mtb trails just down the road at Derby.
Breweries: Seven Sheds at Railton, Ironhouse near Bicheno, Two Metre Tall near Hobart (only open occasionally), Cascade near Hobart (Australia’s oldest continuously operating brewery - worth a look I reckon), Boags in Launceston (tour used to be pretty good) Moo Brew at Mona near Hobart (also good if you like art) and for craft beer venues try the Winston in Hobart or Saint John in Launceston - or the Weldborough as above.
I haven’t spent a lot of time on the West Coast, but there is a Gordon River cruise which is good and there’s a tour out to the old penitentiary island which was excellent. Buy something made of Huon Pine.
Salamanca Market in Hobart is worth a look on Saturday mornings, as is the Harvest Market in Launceston also on Saturday Mornings.
I’m not much of a wine drinker, but Josef Chromy’s is in a fantastic setting at Relbia, north of Launceston, and you can sip your wine knowing that I got married there.