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The Embassy’s Craft Beer Evolution

Forget everything that you once knew about the Embassy.
By Elizabeth Tucker
April 18, 2013
By Elizabeth Tucker
April 18, 2013

Forget everything that you once knew about the Embassy and replace it with chic but rustic decor, 100 craft beers to swoon over and a ridiculously mouth-watering American-style menu, created through the vision of brothers Demetri and Alex Conias.

Formerly known for night club-style debauchery, the new Embassy is aimed at a more corporate clientele. The fit-out looks brilliant, with exposed brick and dim light fittings giving the space an organic and cosy feel. The beverage of choice is beer, with 16 taps, a hand pump that is constantly rotated and the aforementioned 100 bottled beers (as well as ciders) to choose from. Beers you may find on tap include well-loved brewers such as Holgate, Stone and Wood and Little Creatures.

Chef Rob Campbell is responsible for the very reasonably priced food menu (nothing over $20) that includes mouth-watering bar treats such as jalapeno poppers and buffalo wings. For a larger meal you can enjoy macaroni with three cheeses, Byron Bay beef brisket or swordfish skewers, to name a few.

Published on April 18, 2013 by Elizabeth Tucker
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