Come out to sample our range of hand crafted beers, enjoy a jar or two with your friends and take away a growler (1.89L) or bomber (640mL) of your favorite. Ask us about a private brewery tour, as we're always happy to show you around, and share the science and art behind each Batch. Tours are on Saturday and Sunday at 12:30pm and 3:30pm by booking only, so please email for more information and to book in!

What's on tap:

  • American Pale Ale - All Cascade hops from kettle to fermenter.
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Pale Ale, Vienna, Carapils, Light Crystal
    Yeast:American Ale
    Style:American Pale Ale
    The first beer we ever made, American Pale Ale gives a fantastic idea of what we stand for at Batch: fresh, independent, unpasturised, unfiltered, natural, balanced. A combination of Vienna and caramel pilsner malt round off a malt bill that leans towards the drier end of the style, softening its body a touch, before big hits of Cascade hops from the whirlpool and fermentor give a complex burst of fresh cut grass, citrus stone fruit and a touch of pine. This is the beer that shows the quality and nuance you can expect from Batch Brewing Co, and it all started with Chris and Andrew in their backyards. We brew for you.
  • Elsie the Milk Stout - Nitrogenated stout with lactose
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:2-Row, Maris Otter, Roast, Light Crystal, Flaked Barley, Flaked Oats, Vienna, Chocolate, Lactose
    Hops:Willamette & Fuggles
    Yeast:American Ale
    Style:Milk Stout
    Elsie is made by combining unfermentable lactose with a malt bill so complex the brewers refer to it as their 'kitchen sink beer'. The result is a beer that's sweet and smooth and dark and roasty, with gentle touches of chocolate, coffee and cream. Served on nitrogen at the bar, but conditioned for the bottle, allowing yeast to naturally carbonate the stout for an incredibly thick and smooth texture. She's so tasty, you'll believe cows really can jump over the moon!
  • High and Rye - Rye Amber Ale
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Gladfield American, Voyager Schooner, Vienna, Dark Crystal, Rye Malt
    Yeast:American Ale
    Style:Rye Amber Ale
    What's up dudes, you good? It's the resident hippy at Batch coming back again with a new creation; High and Rye Amber Ale! I know what you're thinking though and you've got me all wrong man, it's not like that! It's a deep and complex amber ale with a nice hit of spiciness' from the rye malt added. Then we threw in some Denali hops which offer a piney, deep citrus and pineapple aroma with a touch of herbal spice which marries well the rye. Yeah man, I thought through that one pretty well didn't I? We love those spicy notes man for sure. Oh, I guess I better tell you why it's 'High'? Yeah well Denali a the Native American word for High and refers to America's highest mountain (formerly Mt. McKinley), so lay off alright? Just because I've got dreads and like to partake in the herbal action doesn't mean....well you know.
  • India Black Ale - Hoppy dark ale
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Provenance Gairdner, Gladfield Crystal, Wheat, Carafa
    Hops:Centennial, Chinook, Simcoe
    Yeast:American Ale
    The debate continues on whether this is an India Black Ale or a Cascadian Dark Ale. Like the trees that line it's namesake mountain rage, this beer is rich in pine and earth aroma from its signature Simcoe hop with support from Chinook and Centennial. This beer is brewers slight of hand because it conjurs up thoughts of a dark, roasty beer, but delivers a dry, crisp malt flavour. that lets the hops be the hero. Well now that we've told you all about it, you be the judge on what style you think it is! As for us, we'll stick with India Black Ale for now!
  • Just Beer - extended lagering and gently hopped
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Voyager Hindmarsh, Malted Wheat, Cara Malt
    Hops:Summer & VIC Secret
    A lot of raw materials are used to brew the beer you drink, from water and electricity, to hops and cereal grains. That's why it's part of our goal to minimize the impact we have on our community, our land and our air. One small step we've taken is by directly supporting the farmers who justly care for our earth through their sustainable growing and harvesting of barley. Farm malted Hindmarsh barley from Voyager Craft Malt in the Riverina is the simple base for this simple beer. And the extended lagering and gentle hopping deliver a clean flavour that allows the beer to speak for itself. With every sip that you take, you can rest easy knowing that this beer is truly just - just for farmers, just for our community, Just Beer.
  • Lemon Fiasco - Dry Hopped Sour
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Gladfield Pilsner, Wheat Malt, Unmalted Wheat
    Hops:Lemon Drop
    Yeast:American Ale
    Style:Dry Hopped Sour
    So customer, customer come and take me away cause we've been standing in this line for at least a day. Batch Brewery we be getting' along and when you get to the front you'll see Lemon Fiasco's on! So just take one home and may your mood be mellow, with the Lemon Drop hop present, no actual lemon in this fellow. Light bulbs around the fridge gon' flicker, a nice aromatic tartness hits the picture. One for you and one for your sister, who had to work tonight but loves this elixir. Everyone's a favourite one, present your feedback, all the bloggers say you need to be all up in that. Now everybody claps cause everybody is pleased, bum rush the bar and come order one from me!
  • Seeing Red IRA - India Red Ale
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Gladfield American, Chocolate malt, Dark wheat, Munich, Voyager Schooner
    Hops:Centennial, Amarillo, Chinook, Colombus
    Yeast:American Ale
    Brewing good beer is a lot like driving a car: you need to be alert, diligent, precise, and avoid getting hit by a bus. An unlucky local failed at that last task when he was driving through Marrickville last year, and boy was he unhappy with the bus driver. In sympathy, we brewed this beer on that same day and are now bringing it back out again remembering that day. So you could say we were both seeing red that day; but for us, we still are! Munich malts help ensure this beer's base is gently sweet and full of body, before we pack it with bold and assertive American hops. These grass and pine aromas are complemented nicely by the elevated ABV, leaving a bitter warmth that lingers pleasantly. Moral of the story that always rings true is; next time you get cut off in traffic, take a deep breath and make sure the only red you're seeing is a cold bomber of this beer! (Enjoyed responsibly, of course; don't drink and drive.)
  • The Big Kahuna - Coconut Brown Ale
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Gladfield American Ale, Golden Promise, Wheat, Light Crystal, Chocolate, Imperial, Special B
    Hops:East Kent Goldings
    Yeast:American Ale
    Style:Brown Ale
    Cowabunga, dude! Before Batch was a twinkle in Chris and Andrew's eyes, they were, like, totally on Waikiki beach, on holidays from jobs they weren't really doing anymore anyway, and they were just like, woah, let's do a coconut beer. And they did. Sweet story bro, but not as sweet as this winter brown ale. The Big Kahuna has some gnarly malt complexity, giving it a rich and flavoursome maltiness without ever blowing out the sweetness, man. Like, then they add toasted coconut into the mash, then into the boil, then into the fermentor, so that some super fragrant coconut aromas get mad air out of the glass. So wax your board and raise a glass to the winter months with some tropical tunes, colourful shirts and a bomber of the Big Kahuna. Mahalo, bro!
  • The Huge Kahuna - Imperial Brown Ale
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Crystal 40, Special B, Imperial Malt, Chocolate Malt, Wheat Malt, Gladfield American
    Hops:Northern Brewer
    Yeast:American Ale
    Style:Imperial Brown Ale
    Cowabunga, dude! Before Batch was even a twinkle in our eye we were, like, totally on Waikiki beach, on holidays from jobs we weren't really doing anymore anyway, and we were just like, woah, let's do a coconut beer. And we did one called the Big Kahuna, and there was much rejoicing dudes. Rad story, but not as rad as this massively epic version we're releasing prior to re-release of The Big Kahuna called.....wait for it.....The Huge Kahuna! The Huge Kahuna has some gnarly malt complexity, giving it a rich and flavoursome maltiness without ever blowing out the sweetness, man. Like, then we added toasted coconut into the mash, then into the boil, then into the fermentor, so that some super fragrant coconut aromas get mad air out of the glass. But wait bro there's more...we added cacao nibs this time as well to give you some super chocolatey notes....arghhh so good! So wax your board and raise a glass to the winter months with some tropical tunes, colourful shirts and a bomber of The Huge Kahuna. Mahalo, bro!
  • West Coast IPA - West Coast Hops
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Pale Ale, Carapils, Wheat
    Hops:Mosaic, Centennial, Chinook
    Yeast:American Ale
    Style:American IPA
    Of all the IPAs Batch has ever made, only one became a permanent fixture of the brewery - a testament to quality if ever there was one! Bright in colour, dry on the palate and thirst quenching in the extreme, wheat and pale malts compliment each other with nuance. Hops are added all through the boil and fermentor - Centennial and Chinook provide a generous base of juicy, chewy fruits, before Mosaic hops shine through with big hints of pineapple and tropical stone fruit. Balanced to precision, the bitterness in this IPA never overwhelms the palate. At the lower end of the IPA’s ABV spectrum, this beer is a faithful example of the West Coast style. High quality, precise, nuanced and fresh, this beer all of the qualities on which Batch prides itself.

In Bottles / Growlers (but not on tap):

  • HopFace Fillah - Dry Hopped Sour Ale
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Gladfield Pilsner, Wheat malt, Unmalted Wheat
    Hops:Vic Secret, Aus Cascade
    Yeast:American Ale
    When we hug these mics we get busy. Have a good time B-A-T-C-H izzy. Make you snap your fingers or wiggle. Scream, shout, laugh or just giggle. Shake that body, make ya feel naughty. All in moderation or you'll feel sorry. Understand what I'm saying, saying, saying. Big juicy, fruity notes on the nose. Itty, bitty tender tartness for ya mouth holes. Cascade Aus, Vic Secret the main one. Princes of the game, riding shotgun. Kettle, whirlpool and dry-hop it like a pale. All contenders dated, like chain mail. Y'all at the start line, I'm beautifully finished. Crowds never diminish. I am Cherchez La Ghost of beers past. Recalling mighty healthy days of gym class. Who Apollo kids I am the champ. They say I'm a killer, ol' Hopface Fillah!
  • In A Pickle! - Cucumber and Sorachi Ace Sour
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Gladfield Pilsner, Wheat, Flaked Wheat, Acidulated
    Hops:Sorachi Ace
    Yeast:Lactobacillus, American Ale
    Style:Fruit Sour
    Well this is a right kerfuffle we have ourselves in......again! The most polarizing beer Batch has ever produced is back out! Why did we do it? Well, we love hearing your thoughts on this beer (and people are quite vocal!), and quite frankly it was just time to throw in the king of fruit (cucumbers) into a batch again! Their refreshing aroma and slightly earthy flavour lend themselves nicely to our tart sour. On top of that, in went some Sorachi Ace hops. Known for smelling intensely of dill, these green and herbaceous hops pair nicely with the wild character of the cucumber. Cucumber, sour, dill...they are the perfect ingredients for a pickle beer! The only pickle you'll find yourself in, however, is whether to have one or two more.
  • Tank 6 Imperial Stout - Russian Imperial Stout
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Gladfield American Ale, Golden Promise, Roasted Malts, Chocolate Malts, Crystal Malt
    Hops:East Kent Goldings, Warrior, Chinook, Summer
    Yeast:American Ale
    Style:Russian Imperial Stout
    The main ingredient of any beer this big and complex is time. Over the six months spent in Tank 6, this stout's namesake, the yeast continued its work allowing the copious amounts of roasted malt to mellow into luscious and rich flavours of coffee and chocolate. Farm malted in NZ, Gladfield ale malt provides the bulk of the fermentables and alcohol warmth which is gently swept away by the sweet characteristics, ranging from honey to plum, derived from four different crystal malts. Gentle bittering from the hop East Kent Goldings delivers its balance and approachability, allowing you to sink deeply into your favouite arm chair (at Batch, or at home) and appreciate the finer things in life. Serve cool, but not cold, and pour with some vigour into your favourite wide mouthed, stemmed glass to appreciate the various flavours that present as the beer warms in your hand.


  • American Pale Ale
  • Choc Rasberry Stout
  • Elsie the Milk Stout
  • Imperial Elsie the Milk Stout!
  • India Black Ale
  • Just Beer
  • MacBatch
  • West Coast IPA

Tasting Room trading hours & Food:

  • Monday: 10 - 8pm
  • Tuesday: 10 - 8pm
  • Wednesday: 10 - 8pm
  • Thursday: 10 - 8pm ~ Vejoe's
  • Friday: 10 - 8pm ~ Brazilian Flame
  • Saturday: 10 - 8pm ~ Vejoe's
  • Sunday: 10 - 8pm ~ Wing Kingdom

EFTPOS available (no AMEX)

Upcoming Events:

  • July 22nd Beer, Food, and Footy!
    Watch the Newtown Jets while you drink some craft beer and eat some good food! See you there!
  • July 22nd&July 23rd Zoo Brew
    Come and taste some of our finest beers while you overlook the amazing Taronga Zoo!
  • July 27th Tank 6 Vertical Tasting
    Come and taste our newest batch of Tank 6 along with the versions from 2 previous years!
  • August 1st Union Hotel Arcade Night (and Tap Takeover)!
    Sip on some of our best brews while you play old school games like golden eye or mario kart (can you beat the Batch team?)!
  • August 2nd Ale Stars
    Come and drink some of our beers, eat some food, and have a chat!
  • August 8th Oak Barrel Brewers Masterclass
    Our brewers will take you through some of our beers and to give you an intimate knowledge of how the beer your drinking was brewed!
  • August 13th Petersham Public House Pig Fest
    Roasting up a pig and drinking some beers with some good tunes. What could be better?
  • August 19th Empire Beer Club
    A walk through on some of our beers and some food to match!

Where we’ve delivered recently:

July 21st

  • Prince Wine Store
  • Knox St. Bar
  • Wicks Cafe
  • Sydney Uni Football Club
  • Gladstone Hotel D'hill
  • Bar No. 5
  • Camperdown Cellars Kingston Rd
  • Ze Pickle
  • Liquor Emporium Alexandria
  • Cutty Cellars Bankstown
  • Unity Hall Hotel
  • East Village Hotel
  • The Welcome Hotel
  • Sydney Rowing Club
  • Gaelic Club Sydney
  • Glengarry Castle Hotel
  • Glebe Liquor
  • Hubert
  • Mr. Liquor Clemton Park
  • Creek and Cella
  • Lock Stock & Bottle
  • Yang and Co
  • Davids Cellars Sydenham
  • Mojo Record Bar
  • Bar Zaari
  • 1989 Bar
  • Botany View Hotel
  • The Cauliflower Hotel
  • Cellarbrations Baulkham Hills
  • Chiswick Restaurant
  • Wild Rover
  • The Old Clare Hotel
  • Sackville Hotel
  • Barny's
  • BWS Petersham
  • BWS Marrickville
  • BWS Marrickville Metro
  • BWS Gladesville
  • Wests Ashfield
  • Coronation Hotel
  • West Village
  • Marlborough Hotel
  • Town Hall Hotel
  • Vaucluse Cellars
  • IGA Liquor Lilyfield
  • Camperdown Cellars P'matta Rd
  • Petersham Public House
  • Southern Cross Hotel St. Peters
  • Small Bar
  • Wine Culture

July 17th

  • Spooning Goats
  • Wine Culture
  • Gladstone Hotel D'hill
  • Knox St. Bar
  • Bondi Beach Cellars
  • Oldfield Cellars
  • Warner's at the Bay
  • East Village Hotel
  • Iron Duke Hotel
  • Cellarbrations N. Ryde
  • Dove and Olive
  • Glengarry Castle Hotel
  • PS40
  • The General Eatery D'hill
  • Annandale Cellars
  • Chiswick Cellars
  • BWS Botany
  • BWS Leichhardt Marketplace
  • BWS St. Leonards
  • BWS Marrickville Metro
  • The Sausage Factory
  • Big Poppa
  • Australian Heritage Hotel
  • Rag & Famish
  • 1989 Bar
  • West Ashfield
  • Bar Zaari
  • Chiswick Restaurant
  • Clock Hotel
  • Carrington Bowling Club
  • Coronation Hotel
  • Newtown Hotel
  • Wild Rover
  • Hotel Sweeny's
  • Liquor Legends Ashfield
  • One Penny Red
  • Beer Cartel
  • Red Bottle Sussex St.
  • Kirribilli Hotel
  • Bitter Phew
  • Mr. Liquor Drummoyne
  • Coopers Arms Hotel
  • Camperdown Cellars Darlinghurst
  • Australian Wine Centre
  • Banksia Hotel
  • The Welders Dog
  • Grain Store
  • The Pig and Tender
  • The Blind Monk
  • Vic on the Park Hotel
  • Cellarbrations Alexandria
  • Bottle O Lambton