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 2:30pm by booking only, so please email howdy@batchbrewingco.com.au 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
    Hops:Cascade
    Yeast:American Ale
    ABV:5.2%
    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.
  • Choc-Cherry Stout - Chocolate Cherry Stout
    Tasting Notes:
    ABV:5.1%
    Style:Stout
    OK Folks, this beer is what the name says it is. We've shot straight down the line with this one. Sweet and full bodied, this oatmeal stout finds its balance from the roasted barley additions and the tartness of 100kg's of cherries. Boosted by an addition of cacao nibs in the boil, the dark chocolate and cherry aroma on this little wonder of a beer is best appreciated when the beer is served slightly warmer than usual (about 10C) in a wide mouth glass. Take a sip...and another. Before you know it you'll be fully ensconced in the flavour spectrum of coffee, dark chocolate, and fresh cherry. Enjoy this one while winter is still here!
  • 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
    ABV:4.4%
    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!
  • Gladdy Sunset - Rye Brown Ale w/ All Gladfield Malts
    Tasting Notes:
    ABV:4.3%
    Style:Rye Brown Ale
    Like brewers, maltsters like to play with raw materials and equipment to see what flavours they can create. over the ditch in Canterbury, NZ the team at Gladfield got to playing with their rye malt. They put some through the roaster to develop a chocolate rye malt, as well as a dextrinous crystal rye. To showcase their work, we resisted the urge to load up on hops and instead kept the bitterness to a reserved level letting the malt flavour be the lead. A low attenuating English yeast leaves a full bodied beer with a pleasant yeast ester flavour that melds well with the malt sweetness. Malty and balanced with an amber sunset-esk hue, this is a maltsters beer. Grown in NZ, brewed in Marrickville, enjoyed by the people of Sydney... at sunset.
  • Just Beer - extended lagering and gently hopped
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Voyager Hindmarsh, Malted Wheat, Cara Malt
    Hops:Summer & VIC Secret
    Yeast:Lager
    ABV:5.0%
    Style:Lager
    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.
  • Method Man-Darin Sour Ale - Sour ale with Mandarin Juice
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Gladfield Pilsner, Gladfield Munich, Dark Wheat, Flaked Wheat, Acidulated Malt
    Hops:Gentle Bittering
    Yeast:American Ale
    ABV:4.4%
    Style:Sour Ale
    Microphone checka, big Mandarin lecture. Lactic Acid Fermenter, be a kettle sour protecta. Cascade’s in the boiling pot, weather’s hottin up. For realzy refreshing Mandreezy, American Ale yeasty all in the fermenteezy. This sour be pleasin’ with the change of seasons. Mashing with Gladfield, biscuits of Munich mixed with Pilsner to brew it. Reppin that Acidulated Malt, homie’s character be sour going straight to ya dome, sneakin bottles in ya home. Taste that fruit, straight up 72 litres of Mandarin Juice. That’s our Method Man-darin, you know where we been. True philosophisers, ya spring’ll rock wilder. Raise that sour son, it’s really real son, something you can feel son, load it up and try one. We gone.
  • Pash the Magic Dragon - Fruited Sour Ale
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Gladfield American Ale, wheat malt, unmalted wheat
    Hops:gentle bittering
    Yeast:American Ale
    ABV:4.5%
    Style:Passion and Dragon Fruit Sour
    Pash the Magic Dragon lived by the brewery, and frollicked in a golden grist of flaked wheat and barley. His friend, Jackle Paper, loved that rascal Pash, and brought him malt to help him sour that crisp and tasty mash. Oh! Together they would sour wort with some lactic acid, Jackle kept a lookout to make sure it wasn't flaccid. But one wanted a sweet and yellow from some passionfruit, the other wanted pink and tart from some dragon fruit. Oh! The dragon and his friend, they bickered all night long, til they finally realised that neither one was wrong! They put each fruit into the beer and let it settle out, the friendship saved! The beer was great! Was there any doubt?!
  • 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
    ABV:9.8%
    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 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
    ABV:7.5%
    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
    ABV:5.8%
    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):

  • Dank DIPA - Double IPA
    Tasting Notes:
    ABV:9.0%
    Style:Double IPA
    Brah, this IPA is sick man. I mean it's got that resin vibe, that piney vibe... it's just The Dank brah. We totally put in some Gladfield and Voyager malts to leave a little malty sugariness, so it's not too bitter from the big hop additions. Then the rest of the hopping regime, oh my gawd dude! Tons of Chinook, Centennial, and Simcoe got thrown in to the kettle. "And then again in to the fermentor my good man" we all heard him say... haha! "Woah, what does that even mean dude? "I hear my compadre's ask. Dude, it's totally out of this world, cause with a double dry hop bro, it's sooooo DANK!
  • Das Roggen - Rye Lager
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Voyager Schooner, Voyager Rye, Cara Rye
    Hops:Summer, Mandarina Bavaria
    Yeast:Lager
    ABV:5.8%
    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
    Yeast:Lager
    ABV:5.4%
    Style:Lager
    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!
  • 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
    ABV:7.2%
    Style:India Red 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
    ABV:4.8%
    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 Gladdy Sunrise - Rye Amber Ale w/ All Gladfield Malts
    Tasting Notes:
    Malt:Gladfield American, Gladfield Vienna, Gladfield Wheat, Gladfield Crystal Rye, Gladfield Chocolate Rye
    Hops:East Kent Goldings
    Yeast:English Ale
    ABV:4.5%
    Style:Rye Amber Ale
    Little brewers, maltsters like to play with raw materials and equipment to see what flavours they can create. Over the ditch in Canterbury, NZ, the team at Gladfield got to playing with their rye malt. They put some through the roaster to develop a chocolate rye malt, as well as a dextrinous crystal rye. To showcase their work, we resisted the urge to load up on hops and instead kept the bitterness to a reserved level letting the malt flavour be the lead. A low attenuating English yeast leaves a full bodied beer with a pleasant yeast ester flavour that melds well with the malts sweetness. Malty and balanced with an amber sunrise-esk hue, this is a maltster's beer. Grown in NZ, brewed in Marrickville, enjoyed by the people of Sydney (probably not at sunrise though!)
  • 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
    ABV:5.7%
    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!

Now Fermenting

  • American Pale Ale
  • Australian IPA
  • Big Pun-Net
  • Elsie the Milk Stout
  • Elsie's Other Udder
  • Ginu-Pine
  • Hoppsy Mozy Nitro IPA
  • Just Beer
  • Pash the Magic Dragon
  • Smoke 'Em If You Got 'Em
  • Voodoo Gold
  • West Coast IPA

Tasting Room trading hours & Food:

  • Monday: 10 - 8pm
  • Tuesday: 10 - 8pm
  • Wednesday: 10 - 8pm
  • Thursday: 10 - 8pm ~VeJoes
  • Friday: 10 - 9pm ~ Pork & Cheese
  • Saturday: 10 - 8pm ~ InBocca
  • Sunday: 10 - 8pm ~ Shiso Fine

EFTPOS available (no AMEX)

Upcoming Events:

  • July 19th Elsie's Other Udder will be canned again!
  • July 20th Australian IPA is back by popular demand
  • July 28th Beer, Footy, & Food festival gets an upgrade!
  • July 31st Hoppsy Mozy Nitro IPA Back on tap and in cans.

Where we’ve delivered recently:

July 13th

  • Australian Heritage Hotel
  • Rosie Campbells
  • Acre Eatery
  • Carrington Cellars
  • Stanmore Cellars
  • Palette Dining
  • Bucket Boys
  • Small Bar
  • Red Bottle Sussex St.
  • Spooning Goats
  • Lord Raglan
  • Union Hotel
  • Dove and Olive
  • Sackville Hotel
  • Porters Balgowlah
  • BWS Earlwood
  • BWS Erskineville
  • BWS Leichhardt Marketplace
  • BWS Marrickville Metro
  • BWS Petersham
  • Mr. Liquor Ramsgate
  • Winston Hills Hotel
  • Redline Brewing Co
  • Wild Rover
  • Ramblin Rascal
  • Rowers on Cooks River
  • Gladstone Hotel
  • Oaks Hotel
  • Wests Ashfield
  • Barny's
  • P&V Wine and Liquor
  • Mr. Liquor Cronulla
  • The Wanderer
  • Rocksia Hotel
  • Bar Zaari
  • Plonk
  • Flying Tong
  • Felix Hotel
  • NSW Golf Club
  • Red Bottle Pitt St.
  • Cromer Cellars
  • Liquor Emporium Alexandria
  • Petersham Bowling Club
  • Erskineville Hotel
  • The Cauliflower Hotel
  • Beer Cartel
  • Hotel Blue
  • Davids Cellars Sydenham
  • Marlborough Hotel
  • Forest Lodge
  • Iron Duke Hotel
  • One Penny Red
  • Coogee Bay Hotel
  • Edinburgh Castle Hotel
  • Toongabbie Bottlemart
  • Bull and Bush Hotel
  • Bankstown Sports Club
  • Mojo Record Bar
  • The Henson
  • Robin Hood Hotel
  • Australian Wine Centre
  • Courthouse Hotel
  • Union Hotel

July 6th

  • Liquor Legends Ashfield
  • The Crossing Bondi
  • Australian Heritage Hotel
  • Cellarbrations North Ryde
  • Tudor Hall Hotel
  • Liquor Emporium Alexandria
  • Camperdown Cellars Kingston Rd
  • Gaelic Club Sydney
  • Tighes Hill Cellars
  • Cellarbrations Cammeray
  • Carlisle Castle Hotel
  • Knox St. Bar
  • Spooning Goats
  • Liquor Emporium Hurlstone Park
  • Oaks Hotel
  • Carrington Bowling Club
  • Gladstone Hotel
  • Camperdown Cellars Leichhardt
  • Della Hyde
  • Queen Vic Hotel
  • Vic on the Park Hotel
  • Camperdown Cellars Darlinghurst
  • The Henson
  • BWS Marrickville Metro
  • BWS Erskineville
  • BWS Mascot
  • The Cauliflower Hotel
  • Duck Inn Pub and Kitchen
  • Red Bottle Central
  • Hive Bar
  • Marlborough Hotel
  • The Botanist Kirribilli
  • Public House Petersham
  • Wests Ashfield
  • The Arthouse Hotel
  • Beer Cartel
  • Petersham Liquor Mart
  • Wild Rover
  • Annandale Cellars
  • Websters Bar
  • The Welcome Hotel
  • Warrner's At The Bay
  • Pyrmont Point Hotel
  • Rising Sun Workshop
  • Bottle O Briens
  • Bottle O Lambton
  • The Loose Dozen
  • Blaxland Bottlemart
  • North Curl Curl Cellars
  • Bitter Phew
  • Rag & Famish
  • Oldfield Cellars