Sydney Just Scored Itself a New Pub with an On-Site Microbrewery
Eat Southern-style food while you watch your beer brewing.
There's a newcomer among the sprawling, tourist-trodden bars and bistros on Darling Harbour. Breathing life into the former King Street Brewhouse, the new pub boasts a beer garden, a broad food and drink menu, views of Darling Harbour and an onsite microbrewery.
All Hands Brewing House is Red Rock Leisure's next opening in Sydney. The hospitality group are also proprietors of a plethora of large-scale establishments around Australia, including PJ O'Brien and Melbourne's Eureka Skydeck.
Like All Hands' neighbours, there's no shortage of space, making this an ideal contender for a Christmas party, a family gathering or after-work office drinks. The site boasts a number of different features, including a beer tasting room overlooking the brewery, and a beer garden right next to King Street Wharf – not to mention the brewery room itself, with a standing capacity of 350 people.
Sam Clayton is head of brewing operations — there are eight house beers available including cream pale ale, bitter ale, saison and an award-winning stout. If beer's not your thing, there's a pretty impressive wine list too.
The menu, meanwhile, has a Southern, soul food flavour, offering buffalo wings, pulled chicken, pork skin tacos and fried chicken burgers. Being a pub, there's also seafood and steak options.
Find All Hands Brewing House at 22 The Promenade, Sydney.
Published on November 29, 2017 by Jonathan Ford