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Feel Parched?

We’re here to quench your thirst. Relaxed and welcoming, come on in to our West End Brewpub and try a variety of beers, brewed right here on site. Boutique wines and a fabulous, tasty menu are also on offer.  Dog friendly, up the road from the West End ferry stop and only a couple of kms from the city... See you there.

Beer & Wine

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Current Taplist

Hazy IPA
Australian Pale Ale
Pale Ale
Cream Ale
Australian Pale Ale



Dal Zotto Pucino Prosecco Cal Fondo

Produced in Australia by the grandfather of Australian prosecco, Otto Dal Zotto, this prosecco is a return to the traditional Italian styles of prosecco, different from commercial, sweet styles going around. Crisp clean, complex, refreshing, and interesting. Cloudy and perfumed and dry as hell!

Clover Hill Tasmanian Cuvee NV

Pale Gold in colour, this energetic bubbly from Tasmania's Tamar Valley is bursting with notes of bruised apple and honeysuckle, backed by baked bread characters. Vigorous bubbles on the palate prickle over the top of the fruit and elevated acidity. Overall, this is a classy traditional methode sparkler from the Aussie state most famed for the style

Champagne Roederer Collection NV

We snuck in a non-Australian, but hey, it’s champagne! Ripe pears, some butterscotch richness with brioche notes, all cut through with lively citrus acidity. Delicate, full-flavoured and extremely well balanced. One of the best NV champagnes available.


Domaines Ott

Ahh, we may have snuck in another French one from Domaines Ott who for four generations have practiced bespoke viticulture, with demands time and commitment to quality. Pale and pretty in crystal-clear pink with orange undertones. It is delicate and fruity with notes of white peach and apricot mixed with passionfruit and mango. The taste is full fresh and crisp with echoes of the fruity aroma amplified by citrus zest and sweet species (cinnamon and cardamom). Friendly, elegant wine.


Wines by KT 5452 Riesling

If you’re not sure about a riesling, this one from South Australia’s Clare Valley will change your mind. Dry with a zesty fruit flavour, varietal citrus and punchy fruit characters with a crisp finish. Great old summer drinking!

Gilbert Sauvignon Blanc

From Gilbert Family Wines in Orange, NSW, this Sauvignon Blanc has notes of stone and tropical fruits, white nectarine and guava. Textured, complex, crisp, and a perfect balance of fruit and oak. Good, easy drinking!

Burton McMahon Georges Chardonnay

This Chablis style Chardonnay is by winemaker friends Matt Burton and Dylan McMahon who forged a friendship with driving through the ine regions of France in a small car full of stinky cheese and wine. Produced in Victoria’s Yarra Valley, this chardonnay is a genuine and intense concentration of lemon pith, stone fruit, and pink grapefruit flavours along with a juicy core and slippery mouthfeel. The aromas also reflect these flavours, with a stony, flinty influence and some fresh toast, grilled hazelnut-like scents.

Printhie Pinot Gris

Topography Pinot Gris is from the family owned Printhie vineyard, located near Molong in the Prange region of NSW. The palate reveals a distinctive texture and complexity not often seen in Australian Pinot Gris. The wine has a slight bronzy colour from the skin contact, generous fruit aromas with a hint of savoury from fermentation and maturation in the oak foudre. Very varietal flavour with pear and quince. Delightful!


We’re loving our Gilbert wines from Orange. This chardonnay has notes of stonefruits, key lime, flint, struck match, nuttiness and spice. Textured, mineral and perfect balance of fruit and oak. Superb


Moores Hill Pinot Noir

From the family owned aand operated Moores Hill winery, this pinot noir is an elegant wine showing lovely varietal sweet plum, red cheery and savoiry notes on the nose. The palate delivers with delicious savoiry cheery flavours framed by fine tannins and spicy oak touch.

Head Old Vine Shiraz

This is a well rounded easy drinking winner! A medium bodied style of shiraz full of opulent dark berry fruits, subtle oak complexity, with a touch of herbs and spice. Excellent mouth-fill, silky tannins and sensational length.

Spirits and Cider

Wild Snapper Upshot Whiskey

Handcrafted from 100% West Australian grains, Upshot whiskey is a modern Aussie expression of a well-rounded bourbon. Fragrant with a delicious mix of vanilla, dark toffee and hints of nutmeg, and uniquely smooth and inviting. Perfect for enjoying across seasons and in good company.

New Norfolk Near Horizon Spiced Rum

This is a modern interpretation of the classic spiced rum.
Native Australian botanicals blended with exotic Caribbean spices, then hydrated with pure Tasmanian mountain spring water. The resulting rum contains notes of orange and cinnamon, with hints of vanilla playfully hidden for the adventurous to discover.

Mount Compass Finger Lime and Mint Gin

Made from traditional & indigenous botanicals and distilled with an Australian grain alcohol in the Mount Compass distillery in South Australia. A dry style of gin with flavours of fresh finger lime with hints of mint and citrus over a traditional juniper background. Lovely! 

Wille Smiths Organic Apple Cider

Mixing the best of Tassie apples with inspiration from full-bodied French ciders. This drinks is packed full of flavour and deliciousness!

Soft Stuff

Hellfire (non-alcoholic) Inspirit Gin

This premium alcohol-free spirit has been crafted with juniper and citrus botanicals balanced with ripe notes of juicy Tasmanian blackcurrants. The complex flavour profile includes a hint of Szechuan pepper and pimento on the finish.

Strangelove organic sodas

All natural, no preservatives and made in Australia.


feeling Parched and a little or a lot Peckish?

Our menu is full of brewpub favs along with a few chef specials each week.  Vegetarian, vegan, gluten free options also available.

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391 Montague Road
West End, QLD 4101
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(61) 437 211 585


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