We open the brewery to public every Friday evening from 5pm. We have all our beers on tap (including one off specialty batches) and cook rockin’ pizzas. We’re also open Wednesday nights from 5 and hold free brewery tours at 6.30 (no need to book for groups under 4). We’re usually in here brewing Wed nights so it’s a great opportunity to see the process happening and earbash a brewer. We are very push bike friendly here so feel free to bring your two wheeled friend right inside with you. Cnr North & Clark Streets, Richmond. (Pics: Matt Kovacs -thanks Matt!)

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131 Responses to “The Goat Bar”

  1. Phil Hunt

    Hi,

    I am arranging an afternoon out for a group of approx 25 people on the 22nd November. Do we need to book / What do you suggest for a group that size?

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    • Dave

      Hey Phil,
      We’re all booked out that day I’m sorry. Saturdays we do private functions for 80+ people only.
      How about the Friday night before? We’re open to the public, but can handle a group that size.
      Let us know.
      Cheers,
      Goats.

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  2. nick

    Hi just wondering if you guys will have the footy on any screens on friday night? also what time does the kitchen close?

    thanks

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    • Dave

      Hey Nick,
      Sorry for the late reply!
      We don’t have screens in the brewery – so no footy I’m afraid.
      Our kitchen closes at around 9.30.
      Cheers,
      Goats.

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  3. Trent Kearley

    Hi guys,

    Thinking of coming here Friday (8/8) for a date, this might seem like a silly question; but are there actual goats at the brewery? because my date doesn’t like farm animals. Also what time does the tour start?

    Thanks
    Trent

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    • Dave

      Hey Trent,
      We can confirm that there are no live animals, including goats on the premises. The closest thing we get to is our metal sculpture of a goat, Alfonse.
      No tour on a Friday, they’re on Wed at 6.30pm.

      We open from 5pm both nights.
      Cheers,
      Goats.

      Reply

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