Where to find craft beer in Camberwell
Article posted: May 16, 2017
If there’s one thing Australians love more than a beer, it’s a speciality or home-grown beer.
In just a few years, Australia has become a world leader in the production of craft beers, with small, boutique brewers delighting beer connoisseurs with an assortment of hand-made, flavour-focussed beers.
Beer aficionados know Camberwell shopping precinct as the place to enjoy a wide range of craft brews, and in celebration of Good Beer Week Australia (May 12-21) Camberwell is really turning it on.
So, get out your map and plan your attack – here are the best places to enjoy and find beer in Camberwell.
East of Everything
East of Everything has a wide selection of craft beer on tap, including Red Hill, Wolf of the Willows, Moo Brew and Hargreaves Hill – and soul food to complement the selection.
As part of Good Beer Week festivities, East of Everything is hosting a special Wild Beer Co event, with a special guest creating some delectable cocktail accompaniments to their awesome beers.
This historic hotel has a proud tradition of supplying guests with a wide range of popular and boutique beers, with 13 beers on tap.
Craft beers include White Rabbit, Wild Yak and Fat Yak Ale. What’s with all the yaks? Perhaps something to discuss as you sample the beers at Palace Hotel!
Don’t let a quiet night in rule out Good Beer Week celebrations!
Stop in at Dan Murphy’s in Camberwell and pick up a selection of craft beers to enjoy at home, including Gage Roads Atomic Pale Ale, Pirate Life, and Feral Hop Hog Pale Ale.
Be adventurous! Grab a name you’ve never heard of, that bottle with a witty label or something made locally.
Sunshine Creek Fine Wines
Normally known for its wines, Sunshine Creek Fine Wines in Camberwell also offers a smaller selection of boutique beers, but only the finest, including Moon Dog, Two Birds, and Moo Brew.
You match food and wine – now match food and beer!
Firechief offers the finest Italian dishes with a selection of Italian beers, such as Dolomiti, Messina and Castello.
Didn’t know the Italians made beer? Time to get educated!
The Meat and Wine Co
The Meat & Wine Co is a landmark at Camberwell Junction and is known for its extensive range of local and imported craft beers.
Make sure you try the Kosciuszko Pale Ale, created by a small company right at the foothills of the Snowy Mountains, or go international with a Windhoek Lager from Namibia or Castle Lager from South Africa.
Now that you’re a craft beer expert, show off your knowledge to your friends.
Keep your fridge stocked with a variety, such as Steamrail Pale Ale, 150 Lashes, and Lorry Boys Golden Ale, available from your local Liquorland in Camberwell.