Redbrick supplies coffee to a bunch of cafes across Canberra, including sibling Arc in the city. But the wares arguably taste best at Redbrick’s Fyshwick roastery and HQ, an old warehouse brought back to life with an impressive mid-century fitout.

A bright orange La Marzocco coffee machine takes pride of place on the tiled countertop, alongside a fleet of grinders for the myriad coffees on offer. You can see the roasting process in action through huge glass panes, where beans sourced from sustainable farms in Central, South America, Africa and more are sorted and roasted.

Whether you’re having in or grabbing whole beans from the retail section, Redbrick’s blends and single origins are split into four easy to understand categories: classic, sweet, rich and complex. A range of other coffee paraphernalia like merch, coffee bags, pods and brewing accessories are available to buy, too.

The space – which is dominated by a large communal table – hosts Redbrick’s regular events, from aeropress championships to visits from the overseas suppliers. But most of the time it’s a haven from bustling Fyshwick, where you can grab brekkie or brunch from the tight menu. Items like avo toast, granola and toasties on Three Mills bread are simple but well executed.

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Updated: January 8th, 2024

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