Perth’s west end is getting livelier by the minute, and things aren’t slowing down with the addition of a multi-level brewery that’ll cater to 1000 people.
Local hospitality legends Sneakers & Jeans (responsible for The Flour Factory, Varnish On King, Caballitos, Hadiqa and Goody Two’s) are coming together with the legendary Pirate Life Brewery and taking over the old Sony building on Murray Street, just over the road from Perth Arena and Yagan Square.
Boasting three levels, the venue will encompass an in-house Pirate Life brewery, as well as a beer garden, three bars, a restaurant and private dining room, and open plan kitchen.
The Pirate Life founders are psyched to be growing the brand in Perth, where they’re originally from, and co-founder Jared Proudfoot has confirmed they’ll be whipping up some exclusive brews and one-off beers from the CBD digs.
Sneakers & Jeans’ Andy Freeman says the crew has been working on plans for the brewery for well over a year. “Perth and Australia have never seen anything like this; I’m pumped,” says Freeman.
Construction kicks off next week and you can expect it to open this summer, so follow the journey here.
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