Sometimes the bottle shop doesn’t cut it. You don’t want the same old beer you see on the shelves, you want something a bit different and you want to support local. We know exactly what you mean.
Here’s 4 of the finest local Brisbane breweries doing takeaway, so you can swing by for your next 6 pack.
1. Sea Legs Brewing Co – Kangaroo Point
Located under the iconic Story Bridge, Sea Legs Brewing Co are serving up their award winning beers for takeaway and delivery across Australia. Their selection is next to none, with lagers, gose, IPA, and stouts, and there’s even a kolsch and limited release saison on offer. If you like to try something a little different, then Sea Legs is definitely worth checking out.
Available for takeaway from their Kangaroo Point brewery. See more info here.
2. Revel Brewing Co – Bulimba
Serving up their award winning beer, Bulimba’s independent craft brewery Revel Brewing Co has become a fast favourite for the area, they’ve even had to expand to an additional site to keep up with demand. They’ve officially brought brewing back to Bulimba (the early Brisbane brewery Eagle Brewing was founded in the 1880s at Bulimba Reach) and their beer is a testament to that.
You can pick up takeaway beers from their Oxford St location. See more info here.
3. Helios Brewing – Yeerongpilly
Brisbane craft brewery Helios Brewing is 100% independent and locally owned, meaning that with every takeaway you purchase, your money is going to a local business. Not only that, but they make a mean drop. With classic IPA’s and pale ales, as well as options like chocolate stout on offer, their beers are some of the best in Brisbane. They are currently operating a drive-through at their Yeerongpilly location, so make sure you swing by.
4. Slipstream Brewing Co – Yeerongpilly
Another Yeerongpilly local, Slipstream Brewing Co are an independent brewery and cellar door. After opening in 2017, they’ve become known for their delicious selection of beer and being big supporters of their local community. With options like their XPA, Pilsner, American Red Ale, and Rye Pale Ale, they’ve got some traditional favourites as well as something a little bit different.