The Brewers Co-operative, Auckland CBD

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AUCKLAND| The Brewers Co-operative is a craft beer bar with a difference. There are 24 rotating taps of quality New Zealand craft beers, which makes it one of the best craft beer spots in Auckland, but it’s also a great fish & chip shop. It’s an airy rustic venue, with a bit of a seafood shack feel courtesy of the upcycled wood fittings and furniture.

Popular breweries like Good George, Garage Project, Epic, and Liberty are regular features on the taps, but there are a lot of smaller breweries that get a look in too. There’s a good range of beer styles across the taps, and if you’re not sure what to get the staff are pretty clued up about all the different beers and can help you decide. If you want to try a few things, tasting crates are offered.

For food it’s a full menu containing all the things you’d expect to find at a fish & chip shop – a good range of fried and grilled seafood cooked just right along with chips and salads, mussels and other things. If it’s meat you’re after, there’s a few non-seafood items like chicken and beef burgers, and pulled pork rolls. You can eat in, or order takeaway and enjoy a beer while you wait for your food to be prepared. Of course if you’re not hungry, you can just enjoy some beers.

The Brewers Co-operative

128 Victoria Street West
Auckland CBD
Auckland 1010
New Zealand

Telephone: 09 309 4515
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: Facebook

Open
Mon – Sun: 11:30am to 10:00pm

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