Perth’s CBD is set to welcome the Pirate Life Brewery next year following a partnership with hospitality group Sneakers & Jeans.
The new 1000-pax venue will be located in the old Sony building on Murray St and feature an in-house brewery, private dining room, hybrid rooftop beer garden, restaurant, three bars and an open plan kitchen across three floors.
“Almost five years since we moved to Adelaide to set up Pirate Life, it’s bloody exciting to have this opportunity to spend some time back in WA and set up a shiny new brewpub with Andy and his team,” said Pirate Life co-founder Jared Proudfoot.
“We will be brewing beers exclusive to the venue and continually be challenging our brewers to pump out regular one-off brews pushing the boundaries of what beer can be.”
Sneakers & Jeans founder Andy Freeman said there are a lot of synergies between the two hospitality outfits.
“The conversation about bringing the Pirate Life experience to Perth has been running hot for 12 months and we are now ready to reveal it,” he said. “Perth and Australia have never seen anything like this; I’m pumped.”
The venue is set to open in 2020.