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 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.
  • Burrugin Amber - Autumn Amber
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Gladfield Munich, Pale, Dark Wheat, Special B
    Hops:Saaz & Ella
    Yeast:American Ale
    Style:Amber Ale
    For Indigenous Australians, the Time of the Burrugin marks the change of seasons -- when the male Burrugin (echidnas) form lines as they pursue the female through bushland, eventually wearing her down in an attempt to mate with her. But the Burrugin aren't the only ones looking to keep warm! Large portions of Munich malt and dark wheat lend this beer a thick, creamy sweetness, aided by a prolonged, cooler fermentation for a more rounded flavour. Balanced precisely with Czech and Australian hops, this beer welcomes the cooler months with malty biscuit and sweet bread qualities, and a hint of dark fruit. Form a queue and cuddle up - we've got a long winter ahead!
  • Das Helle Bock - Strong pale lager
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Gladfield Pilsner, Gladfield Munich, Malted Wheat, Caramel Malt, Roasted Malt
    Hops:Hallertau Tradition, Ella, Saaz
    Hallo wieder! Winter is almost over and this stark, helle bock will keep you warm until spring arrives! Gentle yet spicey Czech Saaz hops provide the bittering, while we layer on citrusy Ella to elevate the aroma. With a higher ABV and a traditional extended lagering period, this bier is sure to Warme Diche Auf and will have you listening to Heibe Musik and doing the Enten Tanz in no time! Auf Widersehen!
  • 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!
  • Her Majesty's Pale - English Pale
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Gladfield Amreican Ale, Golden Promise, Imperial, Faked Oats
    Hops:Bramling Cross, Challenger
    Yeast:London Ale III
    Style:English Pale Ale
    Well goodness gracious! Surely, there is none finer ale than that produced by Her Majesty’s humble servants. Verily, this is where our tale begins. English malt steeps gently within its regal mash bed, allowing for a a smooth and thick mouthfeel. The body therein is only exemplified by the use of English ale yeast, allowing for gentle carbonation and distinct though balanced sweetness. To this is added only the finest of Her Majesty’s botanicals. The Challenger hop brings with it a refreshing, spicy rounded bitterness; the Bramling Cross hop allows for spicy blackcurrant and lemon citrus aromas to permeate the drinker’s olfactory. I doth declare this beer to be especially balanced and nuanced, full of flavour and fit for a monarch. We are not amused - we are delighted!
  • Juicy as Phuck - Dark - Dark Vermont IPA
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Glad field American Ale, Roasted Malt
    Hops:Galaxy, Vic Secret, Mosaic
    Yeast:London Ale
    Style:Appalachian Dark Ale
    Once upon a time, there was a phermentor that rose out of a vast dark phorest. And in the dark phorest were birds and lakes and rocks and trees and cannabaceae humulus lupulus. The dark phorest was also inhabited by a small group of simple people, funnily enough called the hopheads of the dark. One year, when the phirst phrost appeared and the hop stores were plentiful, the hopheads of the dark gathered at the base of the phermentor and gave thanks for all the hops they had collected in the dark. They again thanked the passionphruit Galaxy, the tropical Vic Secret, and the pineapple Mosaic. But most importantly, they thanked the intentionally-cloudy, moderately bitter, incredibly aromatic, full-bodied Vermont IPA that they had brewed, because it was Juicy as Phuck, and dark.
  • Just Beer - extended lagering and gently hopped
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Voyager Schooner, Malted Wheat, Cara Malt
    Hops:Saaz, Cascade, Ella
    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 Schooner 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.
  • Tank 6 Imperial Stout - Russian Imperial Stout
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Glad field American Ale, English Pale Malt, Roasted Barley, Chocolate Malt, Crystal Malt
    Hops:East Kent Goldings
    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.
  • Wardell Nut Brown Ale - Brown ale with hazelnuts
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Glad field American Ale, Malted Wheat, Flaked Oats, Roasted Malt, Crystal Malt
    Hops:East Kent Goldings
    Yeast:London Ale
    Style:Brown Ale
    Dr. Robert Wardell was not a brewer, nor did he grow nuts at Wardell's Bush, his estate in the Inner West. Nor did he pen any beer critiques in his newspaper, The Australian. He did however do something, that someone, at some point in time, thought important enough to name a street after him. And it was near this street that we first brewed our chocolatey, full bodied, hazelnut brown ale in Andrew's backyard. Wardell's Nut Brown Ale gets its soft texture from oats and malted wheat. Dark crystal malts and London Ale yeast combine to deliver the fruit and sweet flavours that meld beautifully with subtle use of East Kent Goldings hops. Chocolate malt offers the perfect platform for the roasted hazelnut finish. Dr. Wardell would not have imagined this nut brown ale, but thankfully we did.
  • 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):

  • Das Helles - Pale Munich Lager
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Gladfield Pilsner, Gladfield Munich, Malted Wheat
    Hops:Saaz & Motueka
    Hallo. It's that time of year again for our pale, Munich style lager, Das Helles! Bready, with a firm, clean bitterness and new world aroma, we've put the Batch take on this traditional style, yah. Gentle yet spicy Czech Saaz hops provide the bittering, whie we layer on cintrusy NZ Motueka to elevate the aroma. WIth primarily NZ ingredients, and the traditional extended lagering period, we're sure you will enjoy a blend of the alte welt and the neue welt, together. So genieben sie dieses bier. Auf Wiedersehen!
  • La Moustache - Biere De Garde
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Munich, Dark Wheat, Flaked Wheat, Carafa S III
    Hops:Celeia & Fuggles
    Yeast:Belgian Farmhouse
    Style:Biere de Garde - Ambree
    Bonjour mes amis! This special farmhouse ale is inspired by the strong ales from northern France. But, oh lala, using traditional french yeast and cellared for 6 months, we did it the Batch way. The result is this deep ruby red ale: briliiantly sparkling, slightly vinous, with a gentle touch of dark fruit. Vive La Batch! Vive La Moustache! So get together with Pierre, Armand, Jean-Yves and Jean-Jacques to enjoy this beautiful ale. Merci et Santé!
  • Smoking Russian Party Guy - mid strength dark ale
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Tank 6 Imperial Stout malt bill plus Smoked, Biscuit, Vienna, Flaked Oats, Flaked Barley
    Hops:East Kent Goldings
    Yeast:American Ale
    Style:Smoked Parti-Gyle Stout
    Batch's first ever parti-gyle brew resulted in a mid-strength smoked stout that's a perfect introduction to the cooler months. Parti- gyle is a system whereby grains from a bigger, boozier brew have so much residual sugar left in them that you could make a whole new beer... so we did! Piggybacking off the roast, coffee, chocolate complexities of our Russian Imperial Stout, we added subtle hints of smoke and biscuit malts to contrast nicely with the leftover sweetness. Bottle conditioned for a fuller, rounder body, this traditionally-executed beer is clean and crisp at the end so that we don't fatigue our palates as we gently roll into a bleak and unforgiving season. Winter is a harsh mistress, comrade. Stay warm with a bomber of smoked stout and host a giant bloc party!
  • Terrier's Bitter - ESB
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Glad field American Ale, Golden Promise, Imperial, Medium Crystal, Flaked Oats, Carafe Special III
    Hops:Minstrel & Challenger
    Yeast:London Ale III
    Cor, blimey, this one's a right proper mongrel! This ESB, it's not 'alf bad, I say. It's got a proper full body it has, thanks to some caramel and toffee English malts that are fermented wiv some proper English yeast. Sweet and malty and well plucker. And then they go and frow in some of Britain's finest hops, don't they? A little bit of Challenger for a refreshing, spicy, rounded bitterness if you don't mind; and a big old whack of aromatic Minstrel, which pushes out spiced berries and orange citrus and the like. Bottle conditioned, me old china, so it stays fresh and carbonates all natural-like for a nice thick head - bit like you, mate! I'm not usually one for dogs, but this boy's bite lives up to his bark. Well fit!
  • 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!
  • Withnail & IPA - English IPA
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Golden Promise, Gladfield American, Imperial, Light Crystal, Flaked Oats
    Hops:Jester & Challenger
    Yeast:London Ale III
    Style:English IPA
    What dost thou spy with thine two furtive eyes? 'Tis ale from yeast born of the monarchy. With body thick, from which dense foam may rise, And pleasant hop aroma verily. From gentle mash with toffee, honey malts, The deep and rich flavours, they both doth shine. What ho! The brewer lifts the lid, assaults the boiling wort with hops born of the bine. First Challenger for spicy, bitter taste, Then Jester for its grapefruit quality. Yet more Jester, dry hopped within, post haste! A bitter-sweet waltz of frivolity. So cheers, fair drinker, and enjoy this brew, 'Tis English beer, turn'd local just for you!


  • American Pale Ale
  • Elsie the Milk Stout
  • Flying Fox Amber Ale
  • Just Beer
  • MacBatch
  • Mandarin Sour
  • Terrier's Bitter
  • West Coast IPA

Tasting Room trading hours & Food:

  • Monday: 10 - 8pm
  • Tuesday: 10 - 8pm
  • Wednesday: 10 - 8pm
  • Thursday: 10 - 8pm ~ InBocca
  • Friday: 10 - 8pm ~ The Weinery
  • Saturday: 10 - 8pm ~ Smoking Barrels
  • Sunday: 10 - 8pm ~ NYPD

EFTPOS available (no AMEX)

Upcoming Events:

  • September 4th Sackville Fathers Day Tap Takeover!
    Fathers unite! Come to the Sackville on your special day and taste a few Batch beers along with some great music and food!
  • September 4th Websters Bar Rooftop Tap Takevover!
    King St. Crawl is on and we'll be celebrating on the rooftop at Websters! Beers are flowing and the burgers will be flipping!
  • September 17th Petersham Bowling Club Ball
    It's the PBC's 120th anniversary and 10 years since the community took over the management of this fine establishment! So join us in the celebrations with heaps of Batch beer on tap for the evening, great music, and of course a stellar food line up!
  • September 25th Oaks Tap Takeover
    Come and join us on the lower north shore to taste a few Batch beers, listen to some live music, and eat some great food!

Where we’ve delivered recently:

August 26th

  • The Wanderer
  • Knox St. Bar
  • Temperance Society
  • Ramblin Rascal
  • Liquor Emporium St. Peters
  • Liquor Emporium Alexandria
  • Vic on the Park Hotel
  • Archie Rose Distilling Co
  • Bloodwood
  • Blacksmith
  • General Gordon
  • Vine Double Bay
  • The Welcome Hotel
  • Glengarry Hotel
  • The General Eatery D'hill
  • Salisbury Hotel
  • Hotel Sweeny's
  • Eat Burger Cronulla
  • White Horse Hotel
  • Carlisle Castle Hotel
  • The Huntsbury Hotel
  • Spooning Goats
  • The Royal Albert
  • Love Supreme
  • Camperdown Cellars Kingston Rd
  • Lock Stock & Bottle
  • Forest Lodge Hotel
  • Dead Ringer
  • Wild Rover
  • Union Hotel
  • Barny's
  • Coronation Hotel
  • Big Poppa
  • One Penny Red
  • The Loose Dozen
  • Porters Bexley
  • Lord Raglan
  • Tudor Hall Hotel
  • Kittyhawk
  • Petersham Public House
  • Kirribilli Hotel
  • The Pumphouse

August 19th

  • Top Cellars Newtown
  • Davids Cellars Sydenham
  • Liquor Legends Ashfield
  • Hotel Blue
  • Carrington Cellars
  • Peakhurst Inn
  • Liquor Emporium Hurlstone Park
  • Camperdown Cellars Darlinghurst
  • The Gladstone Hotel D'hill
  • Porters Maroubra
  • Camperdown Cellars P'matta Rd
  • Amato's Liquor Mart
  • Petersham Liquor Mart
  • Palette Dining
  • Camperdown Cellars Neutral Bay
  • Mad Pizza
  • Bank Hotel
  • Sackville Hotel
  • Lord Raglan
  • Town Hall Hotel Newtown
  • Coronation Hotel
  • Bar Zaari
  • Temperance Society
  • Pyrmont Point Hotel
  • 80 Bar & Cafe
  • West Village Hotel
  • Gaelic Club Sydney
  • The Old Clare Hotel
  • Courthouse Hotel
  • Harts Pub
  • Oaks Hotel
  • The Huntsbury Hotel
  • Huxley's Sports Bar
  • Petersham Public House
  • Vic Hotel Annandale
  • Kirribilli Hotel
  • Golden Barley Hotel
  • Wild Rover
  • The Henson
  • Archie Rose Distilling Co