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Say Hello to BOBs, Surfers Paradise's first brewery

Say Hello to BOBs, Surfers Paradise's first brewery

Surfers Paradise's first brewery BOBs Beer has opened its doors bringing a selection of Craft Beers and Great Food in stylish yet relaxing surrounds.

This year is certainly looking better than last with Surfers Paradise’s first brewery BOBs Beer opening its doors bringing a refreshing selection of Craft Beers and Great Food in stylish yet relaxing surrounds.

Located in the heart of Surfers Paradise on the corner of Elkhorn and Orchid Avenue at the site of the old Louis Vuitton store sits this impressive fit-out including a 12 hectolitre craft brewery, great dining, and modern brew pub facilities.

A great destination for the post-surf or beach walk beer, serving a range of Australia’s and New Zealand’s best independent craft beers and up to sixteen of BOBs Beer’s own creations made fresh on-site and served on tap.

Say Hello to BOBs, Surfers Paradise's first brewery

And it’s not just a destination for the beer lovers but also featuring an impressive menu of food and signature cocktails for those of us who are partial to a great meal and cocktail or two.

Venue Manager Bruna Mancini says its location and distinctive local twist make it a standout on the surfside scene.

“I’m excited to be part of such an incredible project that will bring fun and something unique to Surfers Paradise, and the Goldie as a whole. BOBs Beer is more than delightful food and top-shelf drinks; we will be providing a BOBs Beer experience’ Mancini said.

Say Hello to BOBs, Surfers Paradise's first brewery

Foodies will be equally delighted with the sophisticated food menu which goes against the grain of usual ‘pub fare’.

Curated by head chef Norbert Szlama, the menu will complement the beer offering and satiate that post-surf appetite with light bites such as

Lollipop chicken wings and fresh oysters, through to substantial dishes like Flemish Lotus root chips, Buffalo premium beef ragout, lamb sirloin with asparagus and goats’ cheese curd, and “Halaszle” Hungarian seafood chowder.

So if your looking for a place to enjoy a tipple and a taste pop into BOBs Beer open from 12 pm to 12 am daily.

Say Hello to BOBs, Surfers Paradise's first brewery

Owen George
Owen George

Editor & Chief of Gold Coast Magazine is a lover of great coffee and sharing the stories of the people, places, and events that make the Gold Coast such a great city

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Say Hello to BOBs, Surfers Paradise's first brewery

Say Hello to BOBs, Surfers Paradise's first brewery

Surfers Paradise's first brewery BOBs Beer has opened its doors bringing a selection of Craft Beers and Great Food in stylish yet relaxing surrounds.

This year is certainly looking better than last with Surfers Paradise’s first brewery BOBs Beer opening its doors bringing a refreshing selection of Craft Beers and Great Food in stylish yet relaxing surrounds.

Located in the heart of Surfers Paradise on the corner of Elkhorn and Orchid Avenue at the site of the old Louis Vuitton store sits this impressive fit-out including a 12 hectolitre craft brewery, great dining, and modern brew pub facilities.

A great destination for the post-surf or beach walk beer, serving a range of Australia’s and New Zealand’s best independent craft beers and up to sixteen of BOBs Beer’s own creations made fresh on-site and served on tap.

Say Hello to BOBs, Surfers Paradise's first brewery

And it’s not just a destination for the beer lovers but also featuring an impressive menu of food and signature cocktails for those of us who are partial to a great meal and cocktail or two.

Venue Manager Bruna Mancini says its location and distinctive local twist make it a standout on the surfside scene.

“I’m excited to be part of such an incredible project that will bring fun and something unique to Surfers Paradise, and the Goldie as a whole. BOBs Beer is more than delightful food and top-shelf drinks; we will be providing a BOBs Beer experience’ Mancini said.

Say Hello to BOBs, Surfers Paradise's first brewery

Foodies will be equally delighted with the sophisticated food menu which goes against the grain of usual ‘pub fare’.

Curated by head chef Norbert Szlama, the menu will complement the beer offering and satiate that post-surf appetite with light bites such as

Lollipop chicken wings and fresh oysters, through to substantial dishes like Flemish Lotus root chips, Buffalo premium beef ragout, lamb sirloin with asparagus and goats’ cheese curd, and “Halaszle” Hungarian seafood chowder.

So if your looking for a place to enjoy a tipple and a taste pop into BOBs Beer open from 12 pm to 12 am daily.

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Owen George

Owen George

Editor & Chief of Gold Coast Magazine is a lover of great coffee and sharing the stories of the people, places, and events that make the Gold Coast such a great city