Look inside Wayward Brewing’s new bar


Wayward Cellar Bar

1 Gehrig Lane Camperdown

Sydney brewer Wayward Brewing has been a gypsy brewer for the last five years, calling on the facilities of other brewers to make their beers. Well, that’s now changed.

They’ve got their own home now in the Sydney inner west suburb of Camperdown, and they’re hosting the grand opening of both their brewery and their Wayward Cellar Bar this Saturday, the 24th of October.

It’s taken a lot of work by brewer and founder, Peter Philip, to get the doors open on this project, so come Saturday the place will be decked out in full Oktoberfest gear and they’ll be dishing up some new brews from their brewery.


“We have 12 taps in the cellar bar and we are working around the clock to fill those taps with some new and exciting Wayward beers,” said Philip.

The Wayward Cellar Bar sits on the site of Gehrig Wines some 100 years ago, and they’ve converted the former wine cellar into a cosy place to drink some of the flavoursome craft brews that Wayward makes — and some of these you’ll only be able to sample at the Wayward Cellar Bar.

“We love brewing single batch beers that are only available for a limited time to keep things fresh and interesting for our customers,” Philip said. “Some will be brewed in such small batches that they are only be available at the Cellar Bar for a week or two.”

They’re open from 12pm to 9pm this Saturday, and from 12pm to 8pm on Sunday. You can also get there for Sydney Craft Beer Week today and tomorrow from 4pm — take a look inside the bar below.




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