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We came here as a slight detour whilst doing the coast-to-coast walk (we walked for 20+km before we got there). They had some quality songs playing, they had a huge variety of beers, and they had a quirky atmosphere going with a bunch of old...More
An amazing use of industrial space, sitting in the Auckland sun with a craft beer. Yes it is in an industrial estate, but how many times do you sit at work wishing you could have a beer? Walking distance from the sky tower and worth...More
It’s hard to give this bar a fair rating. It’s full of hipsters and hipster things (crates to sit on, carefully curated used furniture, old board games to play and lyrical hip hop beats), and has a number of beer on tap as well as...More
Stopped for drinks one evening , eventually found this place , tucked away ( don't give up its not where you'd expect to find it , a bit hidden from view ) well worth it. Very interesting industrial place with good range of well kept...More
Read about these guys and saw them when we had breakfast at Odettes Eatery. Stopped in on our way back to our hotel at the end of a day out and about. Enjoyed a chosen tasting tray of 5 beers and a Salmon pizza. Yumm....More
Definitely in a good location with a nice setup. The space, decor and bottle fridge were awesome. A decent amount of taps as well - I think around 18 with a few guest drafts. Tasting tray was a touch expensive, but city prices.
Great beer selection and good staff keep Brothers up with the increasing pack of craft beer outlets. I enjoyed a tasting tray on a very pleasant Auckland autumn afternoon followed by a glass of the beer I liked the most.
It's good to have the...More
First stop in New Zealand and first Craft Beer.
Staff friendly and able to talk you through the many beers on offer. Even had sips to try before finally making my choice. Sat in the two armchairs outside and enjoyed the beer and glass of...More