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:

  • A Currant State of Infusion - Blackcurrant & Coffee Sour Ale
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Gladfield American, Wheat Malt, Munich Malt, flaked oats, chocolate malt, light crystal malt, carafe
    Hops:Gentle Bittering
    Yeast:American Ale
    Style:Dark sour with blackcurrant and coffee
    Well the Great Australian Spectapular is upon us again this year, and we've put our brewers to the test once again to brew something never done before. Well not brewed by us at least! Another sour created from our in-house Lactobacillus strain, this time driven by dark malts with generous additions of black currants (about 200kg's to be exact) resulting in a deep Mahogany colour and fruit forward aroma. But that's not all, oh no. Our friends at Campos have done a special roast of Ethiopian Yirgacheffe coffee just for us (24kg's of coffee!), imparting both berry notes as well as traditional coffee aromatics. When all combined together, we find ourselves with flavours of malt, fruit, and coffee all helping to balance acidity in the beer. Take a sip, and then a few more. Enjoy this one, because it'll be gone as fast as you can say "Coffee in my beer, what?!"!
  • 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.
  • Das Bock - Strong Lager
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Voyager Pale, Voyager Munich, Voyager Chocolate, Caramel Pils
    Hallo dort (Hello there)! Octoberfest is upon us and this bock is the perfect bier to feiern (celebrate)! Stark (strong) and malzig (malty), with a touch of farbe (colour), a firm bitterkeit (bitterness), and a restrained hop aroma, this bier showcases Voyagers Munchen Malz (munich malt) and frisch gerostet (freshly roasted) schokolade malz (chocolate malt). So for oktoberfest, have a gut schluck (good sip) of this bier and put your lederhosen (german overalls as far as we can tell), and get ready to do the enten tanz (chicken dance)! Auf widersehen (good bye)!
  • DJ Jazzy Ginger & The Zest Prince - Lemon & Ginger Sour Ale
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Gladfield American, Gladfield Wheat Malt, Gladfield Sour, Flaked Wheat
    Hops:Gentle Bittering
    Yeast:American Ale
    Style:Sour Ale
    Now, this is a story all about how Y’all tastebuds got flipped-turned upside down And I’d like to take a minute Just Sit right there Tell you how I became the prince of M’ville yeah Marrickville baby born and raised In the brewery spending most of my days Chillin’ out maxin’ relaxin’ all cool Aus Cascade on ya back, we ain’t no fools We a bunch of ingredients up to no good Jazzy Ginger spicing’ up your neighbourhood Prince be the zest but don’t be scared We gon’ make this a flavour affair Boom Boom go on shake the room Vibrating the walls as you consumer Pop the top and decant in to glass We the flavours that make this last With a walkman on we just kick it Take one sip, yeah that’s the ticket
  • Double Rainbow - Trippy Hippie's XXPA
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Gladfield American Ale, Vienna Malt, Caramel Pilsner, Bohemian Pilsner
    Hops:Citra & Galaxy
    Yeast:American Ale
    Trippy hippy is back from his sole searching camping trip where he saw a Double Rainbow! This bodacious yet colourful beer is a combo of clean American pale malt and a crips addition of Bohemian Pilsner, creating a classic dry pale ale base. But it still has just the right amount of soft malty goodness to balance out the luscious garden of tropical delights, created by adding copius amounts of Galaxy and Citra hops, providing a huge burst of passionfruit aroma, a tangy taste of grapefruit, and some sweet melon. Takes you back to that time during that camping trip where you told everyone you saw a double rainbow and swore you could also taste colours (must have been a bad prawn).
  • 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!
  • HopFace Fillah - Dry Hopped Sour Ale
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Gladfield Pilsner, Wheat malt, Unmalted Wheat
    Hops:Vic Secret, Aus Cascade
    Yeast:American Ale
    Style:Sour 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!
  • 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.
  • Rye IPA - Rye malts and Amarillo hops!
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Voyager Rye, Provenance Gairdner, Gladfield Sour, Wheat, Dark Crystal
    Hops:Chinook, Centennial, Amarillo
    Yeast:American Ale
    Initially inspired by a collaboration with Archie Rose Distilling Co where they distilled our beer into a hopped spirit, we resurrected and updated this Rye IPA recipe for you to enjoy again....this time, just as a beer! Our bright and crisp IPA malt bill is complimented with Voyager rye, which brings its trademark earthy spice for added complexity. And it's a good thing too, because oh boy are there hops in here. Amarillo is the hero, bringing with it a big hit of zesty citrus - think orange and lemon bitters. Chinook and Centennial compliment with a mix of gentle juicy fruits and American pine. Now go on, have a taste! And if you find any bottles of the hopped spirit still lying around, you might as well try them together!
  • 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 Roggen - Rye Lager
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Voyager Schooner, Voyager Rye, Cara Rye
    Hops:Summer, Mandarina Bavaria
    Style:Rye Lager
    Oh hallo dort! This is our Roggen Lager yah. It's a gently bittered and smooth lager, with a hint of spice character provided by Voyager Rye and some citrus aroma from a dry hop of Mandarina Bavaria. Complexity is nonexistent here; it's just a simple, easy drinking beer showcasing the flavor derived from the high quality product of Voyager malts, straight from Barellan NSW. So sit back and enjoy this glatt lager knowing you are supporting landlich farmers! Auf Wiedersehen!
  • Das Vienna - Lager
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Voyager Vienna, Voyager Schooner, Gladfield Wheat, Cara Munich, Gladfield Sour, Roasted Malt
    Hops:Summer, Saaz
    Hallo! This Wien (Vienna) Lager is a Mortel (malty), but dry bier with a wahrnehmung (perception) of sube (sweetness). There is a zuruckhaltend (restrained) bitterkeit (got it?) from the hopfen (too easy), but that allows the Voyager Wien (Vienna) malz (you gotta know this one) to be the focus. This is a traditionell (duh) Austrian style, except we're using Australisch (this is how Germans spell Australian apparently) zutaten (ingredients)! So genieben (enjoy) this neue welt (new world....we'll claim it) lager!
  • 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!
  • 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.)
  • 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.
  • 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!
  • Voodoo Gold - Trippy Hippie's Voodoo Gold
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Voyager Schooner, Voyager Vienna, Voyager Voodoo, Gladiator, Gladfield Wheat, Dark Crystal
    Hops:El Dorado, Mosaic
    Yeast:American Ale Yeast
    Style:Hoppy Gold
    Aahhhh dude, so I was like traveling throughout the world and I had this trippy experience somewhere. Man, I really can't remember where it was but there was like all this crazy voodoo going on with like, weird chanting man...It was nuts. And they were like feeding me raisins, caramel, tropical fruits at the same time, and then some dank resinous stuff (and I mean woah!). To top it all off, they were rubbing me with gold man, and that's when it got weird. I don't actually know what they achieved, but after that whole experience, I was like "Dude! If you like combine all those flavours together, a that's a pretty killer beer!" So I came back in to the brewery and started messing around with some malty and fruit notes, and came up with this gold number. But don't worry, I left the actual voodoo hoo haa out!


  • American Pale Ale
  • Elsie the Milk Stout
  • Just Beer
  • MacBatch
  • Saison
  • Saison IPA
  • West Coast IPA

Tasting Room trading hours & Food:

  • Monday: 10 - 8pm
  • Tuesday: 10 - 8pm
  • Wednesday: 10 - 8pm
  • Thursday: 10 - 8pm ~ Vejoes
  • Friday: 10 - 8pm ~ Pigout Burgers
  • Saturday: 10 - 8pm ~ Jackalope
  • Sunday: 10 - 8pm ~ InBocca

EFTPOS available (no AMEX)

Upcoming Events:

  • September 28th Batch x Wayward Double Feature
  • October 1st Bank Rib Fest
    Beers, BBQ, Banter, Rib Eating Competitions, Live Music
  • October 7th Batch Tasting at Liquor Emporium
  • October 13thtoOctober 15th Australian Hotel Beer Festival
    Another year brings another fantastic beer fest held at The Australian Hotel, come down and join us in sampling some of Australias finest craft beer!
  • October 14th Batch Tasting at Amatos
  • October 15th Creek and Cella Batch BBQ
  • October 19th Mekong Curry Craft Dinner
    Chef Tiw Rakarin, formerly of Mama’s Buoi (Surry Hills) and Alphabet St (Cronulla), launches Mekong as his newest venture. The culinary terrain crosses entrees, shared mains and desserts to map out recipes that generations have passed through the Indochine provinces.
  • October 21st Batch Seafood Fest & Cornhole
    The Petersham Bowling Club is hosting us again for a seafood extravaganza. Work up a sweat with some games of corn hole, see if you can beat our champions, celebrate with some crustaceans and a few cold ones.
  • October 22nd OktoberWest
    Hold onto your schooners Sydney! As part of Sydney Beer Week the first annual Oktoberwest, the Inner West beer fest, is coming for a day of specialty brews, live music, DJs, games, food trucks and more. The Festival will mark the official launch of the Inner West Brewery Association and celebrate the rich culture of Australia’s craft beer capital with a curated line-up of brews from seven of the best breweries in Sydney – Young Henrys, Willie The Boatman, Wayward Brewing Co, The Grifter Brewing Co, Batch Brewing Co, Sauce Brewing Co, and Malt Shovel Brewery. Taking place in the heart of the Inner West, Marrickville’s Factory Theatre will be transformed into the ultimate Beer Garden and Beer Hall, boasting entertainment galore across multiple stages. Stay tuned for the soon-to-be revealed music lineup of Inner West talent that will keep beer-lovers frothing all day!
  • October 23rd Battle of the Bands
    Marrickville Malt Stars battle their way to fame and fortune.

Where we’ve delivered recently:

September 22nd

  • Cedar Bar & Kitchen
  • Knox St. Bar
  • Red Bottle Erskineville
  • BWS Marrickville Metro
  • Gilroy's
  • Petersham Bowling Club
  • PS40
  • Glengarry Castle Hotel
  • Small Bar
  • Yang and Co
  • One Penny Red
  • The General Eatery D'hill
  • Annandale Cellars
  • The Woolpack Hotel
  • Carlisle Castle Hotel
  • Temperance Society
  • Cellarbrations Alexandria
  • Liquor Emporium St. Peters
  • Chiswick Restaurant
  • Unity Hall Hotel
  • Acre
  • Clock Hotel
  • Chiswick Cellars
  • Davids Cellars Sydenham
  • BWS Marrickville
  • BWS Ashfield
  • Red Bottle Sussex St.
  • Kings Cross Hotel
  • Liquor Legends Ashfield
  • Bucket Boys
  • Sydney Park Hotel
  • Union Hotel
  • The Henson Hotel
  • Wine Culture
  • Marlborough Hotel
  • Wild Rover
  • Barny's
  • Wests Ashfield
  • Hive Bar
  • Broadway Crown Hotel
  • Bar Zaari
  • Gladstone Hotel D'hill
  • 4Fourteen
  • BWS Canterbury Plaza
  • BWS Erskineville
  • IGA Liquor Lilyfield

September 14th

  • Camperdown Cellars Kingston Rd
  • Petersham Bowling Club
  • Glengarry Castle Hotel
  • Liquor Emporium Hurlstone Park
  • Sydney Opera House
  • Petersham Liquor Mart
  • Gaelic Club Sydney
  • One Penny Red
  • Cellarbrations Baulkham Hills
  • Pumphouse
  • The Thievery
  • Camperdown Cellars Leichhardt
  • Australian Wine Centre
  • Wests Ashfield
  • Annandale Cellars
  • Golden Barley Hotel
  • IGA Warriewood
  • Royal Oak Balmain
  • Lock Stock & Bottle
  • Chiswick Restaurant
  • The Horse
  • BWS Glebe
  • BWS Marrickville Metro
  • BWS Leichhardt Marketplace
  • BWS Botany
  • Commodore Hotel
  • Jim's Cellars
  • Glenhaven Road Cellars
  • Wild Rover
  • Gladstone Hotel D'hill
  • Bar Zaari
  • Three Blue Ducks Roseberry
  • Spidar Restaurant
  • Camperdown Cellars Darlinghurst
  • Liquor Legends Ashfield
  • Sydney Park Hotel
  • Vic on the Park Hotel
  • Acre
  • Mr. Liquor Clemton Park
  • The Old Clare Hotel
  • Bank Hotel
  • Epping Cellars
  • Camperdown Cellars Cremorne
  • Camperdown Cellars P'matta Rd
  • IGA Liquor Lilyfield
  • The Loose Dozen
  • Coogee Bay Hotel
  • Beer Cartel
  • Quarrymen's Hotel
  • The Welcome Hotel
  • Petersham Public House
  • Oaks Hotel
  • Red Bottle Erskineville
  • Stanmore Cellars
  • Tudor Hall Hotel
  • The Oak Barrel
  • Cromer Cellars
  • The Noble Hops
  • Woolpack Hotel