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The best range of craft beers in Sydney
Great beer, not so great fish n chips
One of the few places I've found in the city that serves Kronenbourg Blanc
White Rabbit Pale Ale. Well worth trying a pint or two.
$6 pints 4-7pm for the beers brewed on site!
Min 20 dollars to pay with card = not worth it
Pretty big and relaxed place - good for large groups. Pretty good beers.
Wood duck pale ale. Do it.
The in-house brewed beer is very tasty
I couldn't bring myself to not pay for the meal since I had such a bad experience. I wish I had just walked out now.
Good for... well, nothing really. Processed food. Flat beer. Poor late night service. Bad experience.
$15 for good steak and chips and half a pint of craft beer, Monday and Tuesday evenings. Almost feels like ripping them off!
Great beers on tap but rude bar staff. Felt like they were not being paid to do their job. Wouldn't recommend place to friends coz of terrible service.
The wood duck is tops. If that runs out the fish river gold is pretty good
The Wood Duck Pint is really awesome! Love it!
Amazing place. Ratio Price/location/quality is very reasonable.
Punch a seagull, receive a discount.
The Wooduck is sensational . It is without doubt, the best beer ever brewed!
Wagu burger is very good and at $13 for a lunch special you can't go wrong. Lots of pool tables and screens.
Lamb souvlaki is good.
Awesome selection of beers! Boom!
Free WiFi, just ask the bartender for a code
This had better food when it was under the James Squire name. The Fish N Chips were disappointing - go to Bungalow 8 where it's much better
The wood duck pale ale is the best, nitrogen infused beer. Awesome!!!! Would make a special trip from Brisbane just for it!!
Try the cascade pale ale one of tasmania's best exports
Sitting outside enjoying a drink and great food, no place better on the promenade
Jason H from Raleigh NC is so wrong! He must just be a wingeing yank ,
Amazing food and a fantastic lunch menu!
If you take a photo with Brian and check in on Facebook it extends your happy hour
Huge range of craft beers
They have the best hamburger and lamb shanks on the wharf .
Ginger beer bluetongue is good
Wood duck is a special
Great place to get ya drink on.. Pity you have to pay extra to make the staff smile!
Put at least $10 in big buck hunter and let the good times roll!
Try the IBC Rust, it will blow your mind.
Drink rust Amber ale
Little creatures pale ale is key
Must try the alcoholic ginger beer!
Awesome spicy prawns linguini...worth the money
James Squire beers are fantastic but worried they appear to be switching to Blue Tongue :(
dog-friendly place, but pooch must (reasonably) be at the outside high tables. and well-behaved (obviously)
battered prawns well-executed and not drenched in oil. seafood vol-a-vents had nice sauce and packed with seafood. pork belly a good sized portion. prices slightly on high side but it's king st wharf
Sundown is the best lager ever. Great spot for an afternoon beer. Eat elsewhere though.
chef's salad is quite filling for those of you who likes to go easy on the bulge...
Yep. Painfully, abysmally slow. Recommend you go elsewhere!
Try the Knappstein reserve lager to start with and then head to the Amber Ale of Awesome
Lamb skewers are the best. But as pointed out, not the cheapest place.
Great beer but like many have said, the service is very slow and the food is quite overpriced. Go to other restaurants at either Cockle Bay or over the water at Harbourside for a better experience.
Food takes forever to come!
Governer King, the pick of the menu