Batch Brewing Company, Marrickville
(4.6/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • An unusual location is quickly at the back of ones mind once you're inside. The rustic, stark interior actually adds to the total experience. A fantastic range of excellent craft brews, knowledgable s...  more »
  • Always something new on tap here, and a warm welcome too. Friendly vibe, anyone can pop in. Slightly industrial feel to the place. Drink on site, or grab a take away. 
  • A trendy brewery in light-industry setting with a variety of seating and tables and a MAN-size bar. Large overhead fans. Brew vats at the rear of bar area. Service friendly but it would be useful if a...  more »
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  • Batch used to be a cool place. Not quite anymore. Yesterday we got there during our annual brewery marathon after good 35km of running all the way from 4 Pines and some of us were refused to be served by a very important staff member as “heavily intoxicated”. Of course we were in a really good mood, but heavily intoxicated? Anyway, we then RAN another 3km to The Rocks Brewing and finished our run there (seriously, how many heavily intoxicated folks can run 3km having already run 35km?). You guys used to be a cool place but you are slowly becoming just another boring pub next door. Giving you two stars because at least your beer is still bloody good.
  • Located in the culturally-rich suburb of Marrickville, Batch Brewing Co. is one of many great new breweries in Sydney’s Inner West. Founders Chris Sidwa and Andrew Fineran wanted Batch to have a community focus, and that shines through everywhere you look. From the art on the walls, to the café up the street that serves their Big Kahuna coconut brown ale, to the food truck that regularly parks out front, Batch is an essential part of the neighborhood’s fabric, as craft breweries so often are. Students, tradesmen, entrepreneurs, young families, grandparents, and even a few happy dogs; Batch had brought them all in to spend time together on the sunny Australian winter Saturday that we stopped by. Everyone proudly told us stories: coming up with ad hoc solutions to keep a brew at the right temperature through a cold snap in the early days, of the whisky barrels sourced from a small Australian distillery for aging, and of a collaboration with a local Vietnamese lunch spot that used coriander, cucumber, carrot, chili, and pork broth to craft a beer for the Great Australian Beer Spectacular that was reminiscent of a famed local sandwich called the Marrickville Pork Roll. We sampled a West Coast IPA that hit all the right notes and a tart fruit sour made with zest, juice and Amarillo hops called Dr. Somes’ Lemon Elixir. We tried a collaboration that paired Batch and a rural brewery called New England Brewing Co., which is located six hours north of Sydney in a small town called Uralla. The collaboration is a black and gold called Country Cousins: a chocolate stout from Batch is poured on top of a chili pale ale from New England, then the two are enjoyed together. We savored a Bière de Garde inspired by the ales of Southern France called La Moustache. We sipped their fabulously creamy Elsie the Milk Stout off the nitro tap. Seated side by side with friendly, happy beer enthusiasts, the pints and hours flew by. We may have been thousands of miles from home, but by the time we left we felt like we were part of the community.
  • Brilliant beer, wonderful staff and a comfortable, laid back space all combine to make this an incredibly enjoyable location to sample the recent brews from Batch. Very highly recommended.
  • A really great variety of beer, relaxed vibe and some great food options! Try the American pale ale, you can't go wrong with this drop.
  • Low key, easy, connected (same space as the 'workshop') and some good beers. Iain did a nice job with the tour. I loved, in order Elsie the milk stout Smokin Russian party guy APA EPA