Good classical approach, brews & cuisine are fine.
foles (9) , Australia | October 31, 2012| Updated November 4, 2012
Similar to Duckstein down the road, in that the beer and food is good, but a little overpriced. Do like the fact you can get a litre for $18 though (with $20 deposit for the glass).
sthlm (147) Blank, Alabama | September 13, 2009| Updated June 2, 2017
DuffMan (346) the land of bitumen, beef & beer, Alberta | April 21, 2009
Visited this liitle brewery/restaurant on our recent return visit to Perth and the Swan Valley. Probably the most pleasing brewery to sit down in and have a meal in the valley, with Duckstein in close contention. This has a modern, open feel and is very bright. There is an elevated seating area in front of the bar that overlooks the entire floorspace and is very comfortable. Staff are all extremely friendly and helpful, and the bartender very knowledgable. You can see their famous giant glass kettle in the brewery behind the bar (the largest glass kettle in the southern hemisphere, apparently). Didn’t have time to eat, but the meals going out looked amazing and the portions generous. I would definitely return here for the food, and to enjoy the tasty brews again.
Nice night out I had planned on doing for quite some time. It’s a German eatery but don’t expect the Deutsch welcome or beer-hall set-out. Not to say it wasn’t a pleasant brewpub. On the contrary, the waitresses were wonderful, alert and extremely friendly. The food was bountiful, a single plate was suffice to feed a small village in South east Asia. It was damn tasty, I’ve literally travelled half the globe after Schweinn Haxe and this variant was succulent, tasty and would have bent a steel rod in its weight. The dogs loved the leftovers as I struggled to finish half.. More importantly, the beer was spot on to match the restaurant atmosphere. Tasty ales and lagers, nothing to breach the 4+, but exceptionally well made, crowd pleaser’s. A nice place for a meal and a top up!!!