Moondyne Joe’s Hotel

Taps: 30+ | Bottles: 50+
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  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 7/10
  • SELECTION 8/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE 7/10
  • OVERALL 12/20
sthlm  (147) Duluth, Minnesota | October 10, 2009
This place is classier than Clancy’s, and not as many people when I stopped by, which was nice, but the number of taps is not as extensive. You can still get some Feral there though, and Weihenstephaner on tap. I didn’t stop at the sports bar portion, but I did go around back to the bottle shop, which was disappointing. It did redeem itself a little though, in that they had Brewboys, which I have only otherwise seen at the International Beer Shop. If you have time, it is worth a stop, especially if you want a quieter place where you can just sit on a nice couch and drink in peace. However, I would definitely stop at Clancy’s before I would go here if I was short on time and could only go to one.
  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 8/10
  • SELECTION 8/15
  • FOOD 8/10
  • OVERALL 17/20
ALLOVATE  (105) Perth, Australia | February 11, 2006
For some reason I’m in heaven whenever I order my first pint in the Governor’s lounge. Oft to have a local or interstate micro; maybe a few English ESB’s or stouts, and even the odd cider on tap and in bottle, the range could just be enough to excite, but I think the ambiance and comfort of this well set-out quarter of the pub is the winner. Next door is the Moondyne alter-ego with its sports bar usually filled to the brim come late afternoon and sports are what it does best. Raucous, yet friendly younger crowds gather here in the modern, spacious circle bar with separate entrances to each of the two. Bottle-shop out back does its best to stock a decent range of beers, but for me its all about the Governor’s lounge which is only open for certain times of day. Any trip to Fremantle is not complete without a trip down Wray Avenue.

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