There are few things better about Sydney than its stunning harbour views and killer craft beer scene.
Now, popular night spot King Street Wharf offers both, with the docks home to a new microbrewery and pub.
The old King St Brewhouse has undergone a full renovation and been re-christened All Hands Brewing House (A.H.B.H). The redesign has seen the installation of brand new, state-of-the-art brewing facilities, and the venue now produces all of its beer in-house.
Head Brewer Sam Clayman (ex-Paddy’s Market Hotel Head Brewer) has been appointed to craft such crowd favourites as the Cream Pale Ale, the Bunny Hop Lager and the award-winning stout. Throughout the complete refurbishment, Sam worked closely with architects, planners and builders to create the contemporary brewery.
To accompany Sam’s brews, Group Executive Chef Graeme McLaughlin (former Head Chef at Heston Blumenthal’s The Fat Duck) and Executive Chef Michael Acevedo have created a food menu of Southern style comfort food and fresh seafood.
The venue spans three distinct areas, with a Brewery Room that holds up to 350 people standing; ‘The Engine Room’, a beer tasting room with exclusive views of the microbrewery; and a beer garden out on the wharf with sweeping views of Sydney’s bustling Darling Harbour.
Address: 22 The Promenade,
Everyday: 11am – late