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Heritage listed Sydney pub entering a new chapter
The Keg & Brew Hotel in Surry Hills to undergo impressive renovations
In place since the 1800s, the hotel began its life as The Standard Hotel, and went on to become The KB Hotel in 1922. Fast forward to July 2014, the hotel was purchased by John Azar, owner of the Good Beer Company. Having drawn in customers with craft beer & daily pub grub food specials, The Keg & Brew hotel is a favourite for many, especially among the office workers and is great for after-work bevvies.
2018 sees the beginning of the next chapter for The Keg & Brew Hotel as renovations begin for what will become the Surry Hills new haunt for everyone. Led by John Oultram Heritage Design & Woodhouse + Danks Architects, the ‘Georgian Revival’ style refurb will draw inspiration from the Creole Plantation styles of the US deep south. Paying close attention to the heritage and historical records of the building and its site, the aim of the renovation is to honour the legacy of the pub from its Tooth & Co roots.
Having ceased accommodation offerings in February, The Keg & Brew is making room for a brand-new bistro (due to open before the end of the year), an entire floor dedicated to functions & events, and a stylish rooftop bar featuring a wood-fired pizza oven that beer & brew lovers alike will be able to overlook the leafy streets of Surry Hills and the city skyline.
To make way for their exciting new schemes, the kitchen will unfortunately cease operation as of Tuesday 27th March, and the main bar will focus on its craft beer, cider and extensive American Whiskey offerings. Punters will still be able to order meals and snacks from the bar, by way of local partner restaurants Sando Bar and Ze Pickle, whose menus are sure to leave customers satisfied.
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Ph: (02) 9212 1740