Collingwood’s Stomping Ground has become a home away from home for nearby residents, and now they’re about to expand their footprint and do the same thing south of the Yarra.
The Morris Moor development on an old industrial site in Moorabbin will be the new home of Stomping Ground’s venture in south-east Melbourne.
Overall the Morris Moor site takes up 6.27 hectares, Stomping Ground will use a portion of that to construct a beer hall, event space, large beer garden, and a 12 hectolitre brewery to keep the amber ale flowing.
“Melbourne’s South East already has excellent breweries like 2 Brothers, Bad Shepherd, Boatrocker, Dainton, Wolf of the Willows and Mr Banks. My partners (Steve Jeffares and Justin Joiner) and I all live with our families in the area so it made sense for us to open the next Stomping Ground venue there and hopefully become an integral part of that local community.” says Stomping Ground co-founder Guy Greenstone.
“We will be showcasing a wide variety of our beers, many brewed in the onsite brewery, along with great food in a unique, family-friendly beer hall atmosphere. We’re especially proud of what we’ve created in Collingwood and can’t wait to reveal all at Morris Moor in early 2020.”
Stomping Ground at Morris Moor is expected to open in early 2020.
What: Stomping Ground Morris Moor
When: Opening early 2020
Where: 1 Cochranes Road, Moorabbin
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