Cheers to Gage Roads with the announcement of a micro-brewery and bar to be built at the iconic A Shed in Fremantle.
Announced today by Western Australia Premier Mark McGowan, Fremantle’s Victoria Quay is set to be transformed into a tourism landmark, with a new micro-brewery, eatery and café set to open in the historic A Shed building next year.
Mr McGowan was sure to address the importance of the redevelopment to the media today “the redevelopment of A Shed delivers on our election commitment to bring high-value uses to the precinct and develop it as a world-class tourist destination.
“Right alongside the existing spectacular WA Maritime Museum, with an incredible harbour vista, this will become a highly-popular destination for both Western Australians and tourists.” said Mr McGowan.
The micro-brewery and bar will be positioned in prime position taking advantage of the port views.
Gage Road will be responsible for the refurbishment of the venue and will look to take full advantage of the building’s heritage features.
With a strong focus on local, punters can be sure to expect the same delicious beers as always from Gage Roads (as well as some special editions), most importantly though Gage Roads will also be supporting local produce in the kitchen as well.
“Although there’s a heap of work to be done, we can’t wait to have you ’round for a beer in summer 2021/22.”
Full announcement of redevelopment to transform Victoria Quay mediastatements.wa.gov.au.
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