An intimate, cosy and casual space, Caboose features 12 independent taps hand selected and rotated daily by the boys behind the bar; more than one keg of the same beer is never ordered at a time.
An unwavering commitment to flavour – both classic and experimental – characterises the venue as a true beer connoisseurs destination.
Delivering low key and delicious beer eats, a range of wines and spirits, knowledgeable service and an unpretentious, friendly atmosphere, Caboose is a must visit!
Open Monday – Thursday: 4pm onwards, Friday – Sunday from 12midday.
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Recently ranked #2 in a comprehensive list of the best beer venues in Australia by Beer and Brewer magazine…
Dutch Trading Co. (DTC) is Victoria Park’s local craft beer bar. Considering they have arguably the finest beer list on offer in the country, you’re pretty lucky if you live in Victoria Park.
18 taps of the world’s finest brews sourced and served, rarely repeating the same keg twice, ensures something different is always available. A bottle and can list available for in house consumption or takeaway features over 300 items at present and is always insisting on more fridge space.
The addition of a unique colourful canning machine has added a difference to the usual growler fills, making any of the taps available for takeaway.
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After months of work Nowhereman is now open to the public and is Perth’s newest rootenest tootenest brewhouse.
This shiny new brewpub features kick-ass beers served fresh, a delicious local menu and a fine selection of WA wine & spirits.
Multi award winning Head Brewer Paul Wyman has crafted some of Australia’s favourite drops and has now turned his attention to doing the same at Nowhereman. Bringing years of experience to the table, Paul is making stunning beers in his brand spankin new 18HL Brewhouse. The beer is made in-house and served fresh. Does it get any better than that?
With a range of Lagers, Ales and seasonal beers, Nowhereman has a little something for everyone.
Open to the public Wednesday to Sunday. No bookings required.
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Returning for a second year as a WA Beer Week Hub, Petition Beer Corner’s philosophy as a venue, central location and commitment to WA Brewing makes them an obvious choice for a 2o17 WA Beer Week hub.
Pouring an assortment of craft classics and unique limited releases, Petition Beer Corner is designed for the inquisitive.
Great deliberation takes place over each and every beer selection. With 18 independent taps and an extensive bottled selection, Petition celebrate exploration of different flavours and styles.
Whether you’re an aficionado or just an admirer, Petition’s Cicerone Program Certified Beer Servers are trained to help you find a brew you’ll love, while Head Chef Jesse Blake’s menu of bespoke beer bites is sure to complement whichever you choose
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In their own words (and we agree), Clancy’s is Fremantle for craft beer.
So of course it is your South of the River WA Beer Week hub.
This legendary Fremantle icon has been a destination for many a year, welcoming all walks of life through its doors and being a loyal friend and supporter to the world of WA craft beer. A true champion of all things local, nowhere is it more evident than in its selection of craft beer (this is especially impressive considering their longstanding dedication to Fremantle’s music scene). Expect to enjoy a little of both throughout the 2017 WA Beer Week.
The original fish pub and leader of the Clancy’s pack has been dishing out great beer, tasty treats and fine music since 1996. Truly a pub for all.
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