Rocks Brewing Co, Alexandria

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SYDNEY | Rocks Brewing Co was founded in 2008 and gypsy brewed for 6 years before opening their own brewery in Alexandria. It’s all about supporting the local craft beer scene and creating great core range and seasonal/one-off beers. We’re particularly fond of the very tasty Butcher Porter.

Despite being located in an industrial park, the place is very welcoming with a mixture of wood and metal fittings, along with plants helping to break up the family-friendly indoor and outdoor space.

Food here is decent too – think refined pub favourites done right. You can even get breakfast and coffee here. Also keep an eye out for the special events that are sometimes held here – especially anything that involves food and beer matching.

A beer at Rock Brewing Co is a great choice any time, and is an especially great option for a quick pre or post flight drink given the proximity to Sydney Airport.

Rocks Brewing Co

160 Bourke Road
Alexandria
New South Wales 2016
Australia

Telephone: (02) 9669 3600
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://rocksbrewing.com/

Open
Mon – Sun: 7:30pm to late

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