GAGE Roads Brewing is bringing its brewery to the Fremantle B-Shed for the Labour Day long weekend.
The pop-up venue at the Dock will feature their collection of beers and ciders, food and live music.
Gage Roads Brewing head of marketing Miles Hull said a lot of craft breweries have a hospitality experience attached to their premises.
“We thought it would be a great opportunity to take over the site and provide a Gage Road cellar door experience right on the water,” he said.
“Gage Roads is named after a stretch of water, a shipping line between Fremantle and Rottnest, so water has always been a big part of Gage Roads.
“Waterside drinking and dining opportunities in Perth are few and far between even though we have a great expanse of ocean and river, we only have a limited number of places.
“At this venue, you can pop in to have a beer and a bite to eat in the unique setting on the port.”
Mr Hull said the venue will operate as a bar and feature Gage Roads, Matso’s and Alby lager beverages.
“We will have limited release products to try as well,” he said.
“Over the long weekend, there will be a brewer to do a tasting and give an insight on how it is made.”
A 72 beer keg art installation and live music from West Australian artists San Sisco, Jack Davies, Lana Rothnie and Doctopus will also feature at the venue.
WHAT: Gage Roads Dockside
WHEN: Friday March 1 to Monday March 4
WHERE: Fremantle B Shed Ferry Wharf