The brilliance of this new Brisbane café is in the name, staring you right in the face.
Hops Scotch & Beans is a new café slash bar, which comes to you from the coffee and whiskey-obsessed brains behind other classic Brisbane slashies Brew and Little Brew, and trust us when we say, it’s a beauty.
Serving up Louie Louie Coffee that’s roasted onsite and a mean food menu by day, Hops Scotch & Beans has quickly cemented itself as one of Brisbane’s best new breakfast destinations. But night-time is where HSB really lets its hair down.
Open until midnight Thursday to Saturday, there’s a set of rotating taps serving craft frothies from some of the Brisbane’s best breweries, a killer wine list, and a selection of old school cocktails made with top-shelf spirits, including—you guessed it—scotch!
Add to that mix, a sweet-as-a-nut new beer garden (launching this weekend), live music by local acts, plus coffee, alcohol tastings and gourmet barbeques—created by head chef Tyson Buchanan—and voila: you have the perfect recipe for a summer of fun.
It’s the kind of stuff that suburban bar dreams are made of!
This Sunday marks Hops Scotch & Bean’s very first Sunday session (details below), so if there was ever a time to check out this new Brisbane bar and café, this is it!
Hops Scotch & Beans is open 6 days a week, for opening times click here.
Sunday Sessions At Hops Scotch & Beans
What: Launch event and opening of HSB’s beer garden.
Who: Head chef Tyson Buchanan will be cooking up a full pig on the spit and vego delights for the hungry hordes, while Louie Louie Coffee Roasters head roaster Ben Regan will be offering samples of their wares. The Stone & Wood brewers, and the Plantation Rum crew will also be there offering tastings, and blues by Mojo Webb.
When: 14th of December from 2pm.
The event will also be supporting The Lion’s Ride for Cystic Fibrosis via a Stone & Wood Karma Keg.
Image Credit: Daniel Maddock
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