ADELAIDE | Hidden off Rundle Street, the aptly named Hidden Brew Taphouse is a bar dedicated to quality South Australian beverages, with a focus on small, independent South Australian producers.
Owners Debra and Mark Robinson, who are also the duo behind Laneway Espresso, have created a welcoming space that’s “the kind of place they’d like to drink in”. Staff are passionate and knowledgeable about Hidden Brew’s offering, which is a big plus. On tap you’ll find a rotating selection of ten beers, including special collaborations only available here.
You’ll also find things like cider and mead on the taps too, depending on what Debra and Mark have found, and what they think is new and interesting. For those wanting wine and spirits, you’re also covered, with the same local and independent philosophy.
If you want something beyond what’s on tap, there’s also an extensive bottle selection, ranging from new and sessionable beers to rare, aged sippers.
If you’re hungry, it’s quality bar food designed to pair well with the beers on tap. Again, the local, small producer philosophy is adhered to. Think blue swimmer crab crostini, poutine, and oysters. There’s also bigger plates like pan seared black pepper kangaroo with parsnip cream and jus, and grass fed beef rump with chicken fat kipfler potatoes, confit onion, and black garlic jus.
Hidden Brew Taphouse
8-10 Union Street
South Australia 5000
Wed – Thu: 12:00pm to 9:00pm
Fri – Sat: 12:00pm to 12:00am
Sun: 12:00pm to 10:00pm