Melbourne officially has its first rooftop brewery bar, with Brewmanity opening its highly anticipated three-level venue in South Melbourne today.

The venue features three floors of drinking and dining, including an industrial-style beer hall on the ground floor, where patrons can witness the brewing process through the windows overlooking the new stainless-steel tanks of the brewery while enjoying a beer.

The ‘Next Level’ features a unique brewery bar with a vast terrace offering panoramic views of the city skyline and a further rooftop ‘Level Up’ on the third level to open in mid-April, with more breathtaking views of the city and across South Melbourne.

There are multiple event spaces that can cater for more than 200 guests, and there’s the even more intimate ‘Corporate Box’, which is perfect for private events or business meetings of up to 30 people.

Brewmanity brewery and rooftop bar will feature 34 taps of masterfully crafted beer by head brewer Tim Miller. Standouts include Mouth of the South, Accidental Hero Asian Lager and Bang on Hazy Mid.

Brewmanity focuses on using traditional beer styles infused with modern ingredients and techniques, offering a range from sours to saisons that appeal even to non-beer drinkers.

The drinks list will also include all the classic cocktails, plus spirits and local independent wines, and to complement the drinks, Brewmanity will also serve up a delicious food menu by chef Suman featuring sharing plates, bar bites and mains to suit any occasion. 

The Brewmanity brand originally launched in September 2015, when a bunch of beer loving boys stopped to imagine what would happen if every beer they drank contributed to doing something good in the world. The beer brand is all about Good Beer, Good Deeds and Good Times and was co-founded by AFL legend David Neitz and former CUB Marketing Manager, Jamie Fox.

Committed to doing good, Brewmanity has raised almost $970,000 for Fight MND in support of Neitz’s friend, Neale Daniher. With a focus on community and quality, Brewmanity is a testament to the power of good beer doing good things, and its new rooftop brewery bar is sure to be a good thing for South Melbourne.

Deborah Jackson

Deb joined Intermedia in 2015 as Editor of National Liquor News and Deputy Editor of The Shout. Since then, she has also worked as the Editor of Beer & Brewer and the New Zealand title, World of Wine....

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