The oldest craft brewery in lutruwita/Tasmania is launching its newest venture. Moo Brew has signed a lease on a property in the prime drinking destination of Salamanca, and will be developing an unconventional venue to match its unconventional beers.
Featuring drinks galore, salty snacks and an atmosphere fit for David Walsh, this new establishment will provide Tasmanians and tourists alike with a taste of Mona in the city.
The venue—part taphouse, part bar—will house a nano-brewery for concocting experimental brews in situ, as well as offering Moo Brew’s classic and well-loved range of beers. The team will also be serving wines from Moorilla and Domaine A alongside an array of food and beverage options to suit all other appetites.
On signing the lease, Moo Brew General Manager Lauren Sheppard said: ‘As you’d expect from a brewery whose origin story began with the bottle, Moo Brew doesn’t always take the obvious route. Opening a venue is the next stage of our journey, and we could not be more excited to be doing it in Salamanca, and doing it our way.’
Located a stone’s throw from Brooke Street Pier—home of the Mona Roma ferry terminal—the venue is set to begin welcoming punters from the end of the year, approvals permitting.
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