The Local Taphouse, St Kilda East

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MELBOURNE | The Local Taphouse St Kilda East is a craft beer institution, and has dedicated itself to providing Melburnians the best of craft beer since the very start of the craft beer renaissance in this city. Inside and out The Local Taphouse has all of the makings of a classic pub – dark wood finishes, leather couches and a menu full of pub classics that go perfectly with beer. As soon as you look at the board above the main downstairs (and upstairs) bar however, you soon realise that The Local Taphouse is anything but traditional.

On tap are over 20 unique beers, featuring a wide array of styles from brewries all over the world. Move to the bottle section, and there are over 100 different beers from which to choose from. While craft beer heads have been coming to The Local Taphouse regularly for years now, this isn’t a place where those new to the craft beer scene need to feel intimidated. Staff are full of knowledge about all of the beers on offer and will happily talk you through the list and help you find the beer that’s right for you. If you’re not into beer, there’s a decent range of wine and spirits too, meaning there really is something for everyone.

The Local Taphouse is a great venue to experience any time of the year, whether you’re enjoying a stout inside on a cold winter’s day or a crisp pilsner upstairs at the rooftop bar on a warm sunny day.

The Local Taphouse

184 Carlisle Street
St Kilda East
Victoria 3183
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9537 2633
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://thelocal.com.au/stkilda/

Open
Mon – Wed: 12:00pm to 12:00pm
Thu – Sat: 12:00pm to 1:00am
Sun: 12:00pm to 11:00pm

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