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Decent cocktail bars: the real upshot of the small bar legislation.
The best wine bars in Brisbane are a diverse bunch; but every one of them knows how to have a good time.
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A two-level brewery with collaboration beers, painting classes and an Asian-inspired food menu.
An enormous brewpub (both in scale and ambition) by the Scottish brewing giant.
A pub from the man behind Ginger's and Lefty's Old Time Music Hall.
A Palm Springs-inspired restaurant and bar in the space which formerly housed Woolly Mammoth.
A slick, understated laneway boozer and pintxos joint from a former Masterchef star.
Cocktail classic The Bowery has been converted into a Hawaiian-themed dive bar.
Seafood and spritzers in a down-to-earth bar that is definitely not a “speakeasy”.
A modern take on the traditional beer garden.
More than 600 bottles in heritage-listed digs on Brisbane’s oldest laneway.
A European-style wine bar and bistro in South Brisbane.
Cocktails and dim sum in an old, underground bank vault.
Enter for arcade games, DJs and cheesburger spring rolls.
A Brisbane classic, where clever cocktails combine with grazing plates.
18 types of wings, 25 beers and 40 whiskies. Yep, everything’s bigger at Buffalo Bar.
A unique Mediterranean-inspired boozer in the northern suburbs
A sophisticated restaurant and bar with a contemporary-Asian influence at The Calile.
This brewery has expanded to a huge brewing facility and taproom.
Bringing a dash of Cuba to Castlemaine Street.
Step in for wood-fired pizzas and 12 taps pouring an imaginatively named range of beers.
A botanical wonderland with more than 130 types of gin.
A historic pub, where you can get change from $20 at lunch, cocktails, and beers from 92 taps.
The suburban brewery everyone wants as their local.
A brewery from a former home-brewer.
Twelve beer taps keep this warm, industrial space humming with a communal vibe.
A brewery bar that’s ideal for big groups.
Queensland’s only heritage-listed pub has a refined charm.
A hidden gin den inside Fortitude Valley's 155-year-old pub, The Osbourne.
A neighbourhood bar from a pair of industry veterans.
A handsome sixth-floor boozer in a rapidly developing corner of the Valley.
A cute suburban boozer.
A low-key, small bar with a focus on gin, natural wines and beers on tap.
An adults-only arcade bar combining old-world glamour, ultra-modern neon and ’90s nostalgia.
The 150-seat, eight-hectolitre brewpub is the brand’s first taproom outside Byron Bay.
A craft-beer bar with a “local where possible” ethos, Single O coffee and Chicago-style food.
The sharp follow-up to Cobbler.
Due to open in June 2017.
Street art cool and branding combine in one ambitious bar.
This hotel bar hits new rooftop heights.
Size isn’t a problem at this petite laneway bar.
Where the pig on your plate is reared on the same malt and hops in the beer.
You'd better like pickles.
13 beer taps and Chicago-style eats.
Good beer and comfort food. Nothing more, nothing less.
When a bar makes its own vermouth and tonic water in-house, you know it cares about a quality drink.
Relax on the upstairs deck and take your pick from the 100 per cent Australian drinks list (yes, that includes the spirits).
The bar that generates a whopping 20 percent of its profits to charity.
A beer bar in the shadow of Eagle Farm Racecourse.
Brisbane’s original laneway bar dares to play proper hip-hop and disco for the post-work crowd.
Reminiscent of a university sharehouse, except with much better beer.