Sea Legs In Kangaroo Point: All Set To Brew Good Beer

Brisbane is about to welcome yet another brewery, and judging from the growing anticipation among the local afficionados, it looks like the more, the merrier. Construction for Sea Legs in Kangaroo Point started in June and is now well underway.

Located under the Story Bridge, the brewery is owned by four friends, Tim Wyatt and Chris Davies who are both from Australia, Dave Machin from Canada, and Jon Fuchs from America. Despite having come from different backgrounds and places, they are kindred spirits whose combined efforts make up the perfect formulae for brewing success.

Prior to the construction of the brewery, the team has had to face issues concerning zoning laws and appeals from residents that took almost a year to resolve. Today, their dream is finally coming together.

Sea Legs in Kangaroo Point
Photo credit: Sea Legs / Facebook

The team behind Sea Legs in Kangaroo Point isn’t short on experience. The last two years, the brewery was in search of the perfect brews and more than 130 batches later, they are now ready to face Brisbane’s discriminating beer palate.

They will be offering a variety of beers from crisp, smooth lagers to hoppy India pale ales (IPAs). They will also be pouring 12 beers on tap along with some delicious bar chow such as burgers, wings, and pizzas.

The brewery will bring in an industrial boutique vibe to the suburb through its industrial warehouse home. They will be open seven days a week.

Opening is set for October so start counting down. Check for updates here.

Address: 89 Main St, Kangaroo Point