Island Brewhouse, Perth CBD

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PERTH | Island Brewhouse recently opened in Perth and is located in quite an unexpected location – the brick kiosk at Elizabeth Quay. It’s part of the revamped ‘Isle of Voyage’, which is just known as ‘The Island’ now and consists of the Brewhouse, Kiosk, Garden and Florence’s Pizzeria.

There are six beers brewed on site, with the tanks located on the mezzanine that surrounds the perimeter of the venue. Accessible beers is the name of the game here, which is understandable given the location and target market. There’s a Pale Ale, Brown Ale, Belgian Blonde Ale, a Pilsner and two lagers on offer, with our pick of the bunch being the Brown. There are also four guest taps featuring local craft beers from breweries like Black Brewing and Gage Roads.

There’s wine, cocktails and spirits for non-beer drinkers along with coffee, tea and other non alcoholic drinks. For food it’s classic pub grub like burgers, pizzas, and an assortment of share plates.

Being part of the wider Island space means that if you’re there with kids they can enjoy themselves at the playground and a ping pong table is coming soon. There’s also a live music stage to watch local bands play against the backdrop of the inlet and the CBD skyline.

Island Brewhouse

Elizabeth Quay
Perth
Western Australia 6000
Australia

Telephone: (08) 9243 2711
E-mail: n/a
Website

Open
Mon – Fri: 11:30am to 10:00pm
Sat – Sun: 9:00am to 10:00pm

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