Boston Brewing Co. brewery review
Open in late 2019, Boston Brewing Co’s new beer venue welcomed Perth residents in Victoria Park. The Brewery first started operations in 2011 down south in Denmark and has been growing in popularity since.
Since noticing the brewery had recently opened it’s doors, we had to go and try out the venue for ourselves. It was a great time for Boston Brewing to open their doors in Victoria Park after the area felt to be a bit outdated and quiet. So, with a few friends we visited the new Boston Brewing venue for lunch.
The beer selection and layout of Boston Brewing
The new venue is very modern and clean. With a small outdoor area including tables and chairs, the beer venue has large folding windows that opened up to allow the wind to flow through. The beer selection was great with about 20 taps downstairs featuring their year-round and limited release beers.
While they do not currently have tasting paddles at the time of writing (Jan 2019), they do allow you to purchase beer tastings which is $3 for 100ml of your choice of beer. The glassware is also high-quality Spiegelau with pints and tasters coming in the classic IPA beer glass.
Fancy a meal with your pint?
The food menu is quite small, but all meals consumed were enjoyed and came out in a timely manner. The price is slightly on the higher side but you can tell they care about the food they cook and how it is presented. They also have the occasional food special, so make sure to head over and like their Facebook page.
For private functions and in the evening there is an upstairs area which has it’s own bar and seating area. This can be booked out by groups for birthdays, events and more.
Overall, we love the new venue from Boston Brewing Co. Modern, sleek and serving delicious cold beers. While there, we recommend indulging in the Boondie Rye Pale Ale and Devilslide Red IPA.
Contact Boston Brewing Co.
Phone: (08) 9253 0894
Address: 660 Albany Hwy, Victoria Park WA 6100
Check out other local breweries
The name Whalebone Brewing Company comes from the many whales that frequent the Ningaloo Coast. There are actual whale bones around the bar also. Check it out!