Monkey Tree Brewing Co


Monkey Tree Brewing is a secret suburban microbrewery in Underwood with a tap bar open to the public every Friday afternoon from 3pm*.

Specialising in small batches (available to restaurants, bars and members/customers) Monkey Tree has more than 170 different craft beers and ciders on offer. Each batch is brewed onsite, crafted to traditional recipes using quality ingredients and is free from chemicals and preservatives. 

Monkey Tree Brewing Underwood

With such a wide range of craft beer to choose from, there’s something for everyone; from pale ales and lagers to stouts and porters. There are half a dozen ciders and an alcoholic ginger beer.   

Monkey Tree Brewing Underwood

You can sample some of The Tree’s most popular brews each Friday afternoon when the bar opens, with tables and stools scattered around the front half of the microbrewery. Try a schooner of Aussie Pride lager, Pretty Monkeys pale ale or Ginger Ninja ginger beer. 

Monkey Tree Brewing Underwood

Nice to know – The brewery often has local, live music and food trucks on Fridays.  Follow Monkey Tree on Facebook to find out who’s performing or which food truck is visiting.

*Opening hours correct at time of visiting in May 2018. 

By Deb Lidster

Monkey Tree Brewing Co

3/30 Compton Rd


Fri 3pm-late 

3299 2739


30 Compton rd Underwood

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