BrewDog South Eveleigh
BrewDog's flagship Sydney beer bar seats 720 beer aficionados inside and 190 outside, pouring 40 brews through its taps.
A staple in Brisbane since 2019, BrewDog opened its inaugural Sydney facility in 2022. Settling into the vital South Eveleigh precinct that already hosts the likes of Lucky Kwong and Re, the $3.2-million venue is literally huge, spanning a large indoor dining space, a bar and a beer garden.
The multi-space bar can seat 720 beer aficionados inside and 190 outside, pouring 40 brews through its taps. Those beverages cover the brand's own beers, of course, as well as 'BrewDog & Friends' guest tap takeovers and collaborations with local breweries. The less beer-inclined is covered, too. Cider, wine, spirits and cocktails are all on offer, alongside a range of non-alcoholic options.
All of the above is accompanied by a food menu that features burgers and pizzas, and all-you-can-eat wings ($30) every Wednesday. It's embracing vegetarian and vegan dishes in a sizeable way, too, dedicating half of its range to plant-based bites — including two-for-one vegan eats on Mondays.
Pub mainstays like the classic chicken parmy ($28.95) is available in both meat and plant-based varieties, while highlights of the pizza oven include the prawn and bacon Gambino Pizza ($26.95) and the Hero Pizza ($23.95) featuring wild mushrooms, zucchini ribbons, pine nuts and smashed Napoli tomatoes.
Rounding out the BrewDog experience is the space's pared back industrial design of steel bar tops, timber benches and exposed pipework and brick that pays respects to the site's history, courtesy of acclaimed space-making shop Studio Y who designed the venue around the original workshop machinery collection.
Inside, a massive bar sits in the middle of two seating sections that hosts both low and high tables, as well as couches you can sink into as you sample the brews.
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