Beer DeLuxe (T2 Sydney Airport), Mascot

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SYDNEY | Popular craft beer chain Beer DeLuxe’s most recent venue is located somewhere that’s not usually associated with good craft beer in Australia – an airport terminal. As part of the extensive redevelopment of Sydney Airport’s Terminal 2, Beer Deluxe brings to the table the best (and arguably only) craft beer offering of any Australian airport.

Located near Gate 32, Beer DeLuxe does feel like it’s part of an airport, with a light themed interior and windows looking out onto the runway. There’s the main area with high tables and stools, as well as a lounge area with sofas. Convenitenly, the bar also features free WiFI, device charging stations, and screens which show departure times.

There are over 150 beers on offer – bottles, cans, and 22 rotating taps from the likes of Modus Operandi, Wayward Brewing, and Feral. For those who don’t want beer, Beer DeLuxe also offers a selection of wines and cocktails. For food, its pub favourites like pork belly squares, fried chicken wings, and burgers.

As a bonus, all drinks can be purchased for takeaway, and there’s a selection of mixed packs showcasing local beers, which make a great gift or treat for when you land at your destination.

Beer DeLuxe (T2 Sydney Airport)

Terminal 2
Sydney Airport
Mascot
New South Wales 2020
Australia

Telephone: (02) 8322 2010
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Mon – Sun: 6:00am to 10:00pm

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