Teneriffe's own Brissie brewery.
Look out XXXX there's a new brewery in town and it is good. Since opening on the Australia Day weekend, the Green Beacon Brewing Co is attracting all kinds of beer and seafood loving moths to their shiny flame. The Teneriffe warehouse is a bustling hive of truly stoked clientele, enjoying the crisp delicious beers fresh from the brewhouse, the daily haul of straight-from-the-trawler seafood, and salty snacks such as the Queensland-made biltong.
The warehouse has a rustic, food hall feel with a great energy created by the incredibly hospitable staff. All of the produce served at Green Beacon is made and sourced locally. Seafood is available according to the catch of the day so what is on offer differs every day, but you can expect oysters, prawns, crab, bug and claw. The seafood is served with plenty of napkins, and there is a basin with soap for you to clean up after your messy but delicious feast.
For those wanting to take a roadie, you can also buy 'growlers' (roughly a six-pack) and 'squealers' (one litre) full of their fresh craft beer, keeping the container to go back and top up on their fantastic brews so that you can enjoy at home as well. It's genius! Love you, GBBC.
Published on February 19, 2013 by Elizabeth Tucker