Eruption Brewing is a brewery located at 26 London street Lyttelton, Christchurch, New Zealand. This small scale brewery uses ingredients from New Zealand to make authentic and unique beer. The food and beverage company also has a restaurant that has been rated 5 star by multiple customers while others end up making the restaurant a part of their regular dining venue picks.
About Eruption Brewing
A great and warm team of staff members ensure every minute you spend there is memorable. These tiny aspects of this brewery together with its strategic location makes services offered here almost therapeutic to its customers. One may be left wondering how this brewery does it. Well this review will take a basic look at Eruption Brewing’s different aspects like their beer, dining and bar information, facilities and some recommendations at the end.
Eruption Brewing Beer – so much beer so little time
The brewery, handles brewing of ales seriously using all local ingredients. Malt that is used in the brewing process is from Canterbury and the hops used come from Nelson and Motueka. With zero preservatives the brewery offers natural and chemical free ale (beer).
They brew their ale in several major styles; Lyttelton pale ale, Eruption PA, Krater Rim Kolsch, Molten Brown Ale and Dark Lava Stout. The Coffee Stout is just awesome!
Eruption Brewing bar and restaurant
The bar and restaurant is operated by a warm and informed crew who make customers time pleasant while keeping you informed about their products. The brewed ale is made available in growlers, bottles and from taps for those who would like to have their drinks on the spot. On the other hand the restaurant offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus for everybody.
They serve up the best burgers in the area along with many other meals like great steaks, salads, pizzas and delish seafood dishes. Apart from enticing meals and drinks with character the Eruption Brewery host different types of events to spice up the nights. These make the spot a good venue to socialize or hang around after work or any other excuse that you feel is worthy.
This brewery has a 1200 liter capacity which is allows for more ale to be brewed. According to the brewery the capacity ensures they can hand craft their ale to achieve a high quality. In addition to being a food and beverage restaurant, the brewery also host private events and particulars can be discussed by the management in advance.
Finally, you will find what other customers liked most so that you could get to the fun part of the brewery fast. So what should new customers try out. This joint is most popular for its great beer with Krater Rim Kolsch and the Eruption IPA being voted as great. Another one of the most liked aspect of the brewery would be the weekly quiz they offer.
Many first timers and other repeat customers liked the quiz and rate it as fun time. The wooden fireplace also makes the restaurant look more sophisticated and together with great beer, tasty food and excellent customer service these are more reasons to visit this venue.
Pokies and Gaming at Eruption Brewing
The venue does not offer any gaming options at present.
Opening times vary by season, check their website for latest details.
Phone 3-355 5632
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