Semi-pro Brewing Co

East Brisbane

Semi-Pro Brewing Co is pouring quality homebrews and providing Friday afternoon vibes in their industrial estate based brewery, in East Brisbane.

The expansive space occupies the fully-fledged brewery, as well as a complete bar setup that creates the most idyllic, relaxed Queensland pub vibes. There’s plenty of tables around the place as well as a kid’s room to occupy the little ones whilst you enjoy a beer or two.

There are a variety of beers on tap, named Mr Pale Ale, Revelation Ale (Belgian Abbey Ale), Smug Kent (Northern English Brown Ale) and the Black Liver Cleanser (coffee oatmeal stout).

There are also two ciders on tap, one of which is named Pom Cider, brewed with flavours from a pomegranate instead of apple.

The brewery also sells wine and a few bar snacks. It is a BYO food venue so patrons are able to bring their favourite takeaway (or order Uber Eats!) to the brewery. Food trucks are also on rotation on select days.

Need to know – Limited onsite parking is available, street parking is available nearby.

Nice to know – Semi-Pro used to be gypsy brewers.

By Zoe Kirby

65 Manilla Street

East Brisbane

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