Whilst at South Everleigh, we decided to dine at BrewDog. It is the fourth venue for the brand and this one is located inside the locomotive workshops complex of South Everleigh. BrewDog is a craft beer lovers heaven. They have a huge range of beers and ciders, including special releases and you can grab different sizes including pints, as well as other drinks such as wine and cocktails.
The venue hosts special events like 2-4-1 Vegan Monday’s and All-You-Can-Eat Wings as well as special offers for State of Origin nights.
On the menu, BrewDog has an order via the MrYum app, and the food comes super fast! Think burgers, wings, pizza and parmies as well as plenty of sides. Even up to 50% of the menu is plant-based for the vegan and vegetarians. There are also gluten free options.
We dined in a group and shared a good range of foods such as the LaGiGi hand stretched pizza dough with whipped goats cheese, chorizo crumble, chilli flakes, sticky red onion jam, cherry tomato & pickled rosemary. The pizza itself was a huge size. We accompanied this with some greens; their house green salad / lettuce, pickled red onion, radishes, pickled green herbs, apple cider, house dressing.
Kurt’s absolute favourite was the Korean loaded fries. The fries are topped with sliced buttermilk chicken, lashings of Korean hot sauce, red onion kimchi & sriracha mayo.
With this we had their fried cauliflower, lathered with hot sauce & honey glaze and a vegan mayo dip.
For the mains, I opted for one of their vegan options. The tacos are topped with Pulled mushroom and if I didn’t know, I might have thought it was meat! Perfectly flavoured with asmoky sauce, red onion pickle and a basil mayo.
Our group had a Cluck Norris burger featuring the Buttermilk fried chicken, avocado, red onion, cajun mayo, coriander. A pretty big burger, that comes with a side of fries.
We had some kids in the party and they enjoyed the Kids brew dog box – the venue’s version of a happy meal. The set has chicken nuggets, fries, a juice and even a toy – a South Everleigh frisbee. This is a super great idea, and let’s face it if your kid doesn’t want it, the dog will. We love that the venue is also dog friendly.
For the beers, we had a Hazy Jane pale ale, Notes of fruity notes to it with mango, and a hint of tangerine. So many choices for you to try and find your favourite beer.
A great place to catch up with friends and the family.
Bay 1 Locomotive workshops
South Everleigh NSW 2015