Based in Chijmes, with a new outpost at East Coast, this bare-knuckle, no-frills brewpub is so brutally spare in arrangement – it’s a table, a chair and a bedroom beatbox for company – there can be really no mistaking what the draw is here. Three beers are brewed on site, not all of them great. The Hefeweizen ($8.90, 300ml) was a disaster: the head died on arrival, with zero lacing on the glass, and a watery, thin texture throughout. The darks, though, show far more temper and saved the day: the stout ($9.90, 300ml) had plenty on the nose, well carbonated with a malty-sweet, chocolate-y taste and earthy, sour finish. Red Ale ($8.90, 300ml), their pilsner-stout hybrid, had an attractive, reddish hue and made the most memorable sip.
|Venue name:||Adstragold Microbrewery|
30 Victoria St
|Opening hours:||Mon-Thu 2-11pmFri-Sat 3pm-1am|
|Do you own this business?|