The exciting new site will be located within the old locomotive workshop of the historic South Eveleigh destination and is slated to open later this year, making it the second BrewDog bar in Australia as part of the partnership between BrewDog and AVC.
The new venue will be able to accommodate 720 patrons inside and 190 outside, across a large indoor dining space, bar and beer garden. BrewDog South Eveleigh will offer 40 brews on tap, including a line-up of BrewDog draught beers alongside guest beer tap takeovers and collaborations with local breweries.
BrewDog South Eveleigh’s food menu will be 50% plant-based, with an extensive range of vegan and vegetarian options alongside BrewDog’s legendary burgers, wings and pizzas. The beverage menu will include non-alcoholic options, spirits, wines, cocktails and ciders, making it the perfect spot for group catch-ups and social gatherings. The venue design by Studio Y architects will pay homage to the rich history of the iconic Locomotive Workshop that the venue calls home.
Studio Y has respectfully designed the BrewDog bar around the original workshop machinery collection on display in the space to create an immersive and unique experience for customers.
Australian Venue Co. NSW State Manager Evan Gargaro said the new venues will showcase the best of BrewDog and will be the perfect gathering spot for Sydneysiders.
“We’re so excited to bring ‘The Dog’ to Sydney! The space is truly incredible, we’re thrilled to be part of the next chapter of the historic South Eveleigh precinct. The huge beer garden is going to be a hit,
The venue will create 40 new local jobs including front of house, back of house and management.
BrewDog South Eveleigh
Bays 1 & 2, Locomotive Workshop, South Eveleigh
2 Locomotive Street
Eveleigh NSW 2015