Beer Lovers Guide to Best Redcliffe Bars

Heading to Redcliffe to watch a sports match? Here are our #hottips on where to sink a few beers!


The Belvedere

The Belvedere Hotel, known fondly by locals as the home of celebrations, boasts over 18 local and craft beers on tap along with Premium Wine on tap, with amazing Cocktail Balloons, Beer Towers and more unique drink choices. Make your pick and head to either the lounge for a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere or try the pavilion where you can access a 360-degree bar and café. With communal tables and smaller bar stool areas, the pavilion provides a myriad of seating options with full views out to the beach and Moreton Bay.


Beardy's Bar & Kitchen

The bearded boys are well known on the peninsula to have the best homemade burgers, even better hot chips and a wide range of beers. The bar and café serves a great range of craft and new age beers sourced straight from suppliers, many of which you won’t find in any bottle shop.

The on-tap offerings feature exclusive craft beer brewery selections, while the bottled delights contain a mix of Australian and overseas beers.


Jumping Goats Bar

Casual is all you want want when you're decked out in orange, prepping for a day on the beers before a big Roar game. Jumping Goats Bar, Redcliffe will provide just that, boasting a relaxed seaside vibe in a rustic setting. Sip on locally made beer as well as specialty craft brews. While the bar is stocked with a wide range of snacks including locally made jerky and peanuts plus cheese and crackers.

Open from 4pm Monday and Tuesday, 3pm on Friday and 2pm Saturday and Sunday.

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