Sip delicious brews from WA’s Gage Roads Brewing Co’s first Sydney venue, Atomic Beer Project.
There are plenty of top-notch spots to grab a beer in Sydney (if you need some inspiration, here is a guide to our favourite breweries in Sydney). But for those looking for a boundary-pushing new spot, we’ve found just the venue for beer lovers in the heart of the inner city.
Meet Atomic Beer Project, the newly opened venue from the crew behind WA’s Gage Roads Brewing Co. Finding its home in Redfern, this new venue is a microbrewery, brewpub, co-working space and Pan-Asian restaurant. The best bit? Atomic Beer Project has just opened its doors to punters.
Beer is undeniably at the heart of the venue, with all brews crafted fresh on-site. On tap, you’ll find their core range including the Atomic Pale Ale, XPA and IPA sitting alongside a rotation of limited release, seasonal and experimental brews. The operation is spearheaded by Head Brewer, Nick Ivey, driving Atomic Beer Project’s innovative and experimental brewing process.
As for eats, Atomic Beer Project’s Head Chef Jordan McLeod has curated a menu of Pan-Asian eats (drawing on his experience opening Longrain Tokyo). Expect smaller plates including Porter braised beef cheek croissants with coriander, shallots, and fermented chilli; Grilled tiger prawn skewers with green curry butter; and Kingfish sashimi with mustard and shoyu dressing. As for mains (available at both lunch and dinner), expect Chargrilled riverine sirloin with coriander and green chilli chimichurri; Pork and squid salad with peanuts and nuoc cham; Barbecued bannockburn chicken, soy mirin glaze and yuzu kosho; and Southern yellow curry of roast cauliflower, Thai eggplant and snake beans.
They’ve picked the right location for this new venue, setting up home in a renovated mid-century warehouse in Redfern. Working with construction company Promena Project (responsible for the design of venues such as Tayim, Bopp & Tone and Brix Distillery), and interior design studio YSG, the venue uses an industrial palette of polished concrete, stainless steel, enamel paint, rusty girders and subway tiles Expect a two-tiered drinking, dining and co-working space along with a 12-metre long bar and full functioning brewery on display to punters.
To top it all off, upstairs you’ll find a co-working space and dining room, offering sweeping views of the brewhouse below. There’s everything you need for the perfect remote office, including unlimited WiFi and bookable tables with USB and power sockets, as well as exceptional coffee, all-day menus, and the bonus of beer on tap.
Atomic Beer Project is now open at 158 Regent Street, Redfern, open daily from 7am till late. To find out more, click here.