[First filed: July 19, 2008 @ 10:03]
With the fitout and paperwork nearly complete Christoph Zierholz invited a select group to have a look at the bar/cafe he’s built into his Fyshwick brewery.
The slideshow tells you most of what you need to know.
Everyone there seemed to like it, more importantly I like it.
The glass topped beer barrels are a nice touch and the long tables are deeply reminiscent of central european beer dens.
He’s hoping to be open for business before the end of the month. So well worth checking out if you’re in that part of town.
[RiotACT swaps ad space for Christoph’s beer. But we wouldn’t do it if we didn’t like it.]
UPDATED: The following just in from Christoph:
- Zierholz at the Brewery Bar and Restaurant will be officially open for business as of 11 am today…
ANOTHED UPDATE: In response to your questions I can now confirm the beers will sell for $6 per pint, $3.50 per half. Food for now is kransky rolls and hopmeister battered fish and chips, with a chef being interviewed this weekend so more to come thereafter.
Weekdays 11-7pm (or late)
Weekends 11-5 (or later by booking)