A new speciality beer bar tucked away in Sheung Wan’s Cat Street Market, with a focus on American bistronomy and bottle-conditioned Belgian ales, certainly doesn’t disappoint.
Brews & Bites
Sai Kung’s been waiting and anticipating a truly great craft beer bar. Residents and daytrippers alike should be pleased with this lovely family-friendly spot that’s opened on the waterfront, with 13 taps of local brews and a broad food menu with a bit of something for everyone.
It’s hairy crab season, and there’s nothing Hongkongers love more than getting elbow-deep in roe and cracking shells. With FeedMeGuru’s fantastic list of crab tasting menus around town, we’ve got a whole lotta beer styles for you to pair ‘em with. 1. Lager What can we say? A seafood and lager combo will always be a classic. The salinity of the succulent crab meat will pair delightfully with a crisp,
Contemporary New York-style pizzeria meets local craft beer in this delicious marriage of yeast and hops. Opened by Pat Gatherer (formerly of The Globe) and the Young Master Brewery team, the Western district just keeps getting cooler and cooler.
Following the last eight successful years, the Hong Kong International Beer Awards continues to recognize the best beers available in Hong Kong’s restaurants and bars. This year, over 300 entries were collected from more than 40 distributors.
In true Italian spirit, Pazzeria serves authentic comfort food – and you’ll have your choice of 16 different Italian craft beers on draught to pair with your meal.
You’ll be hard-pressed to find another Japanese-Peruvian eatery on this side of town. The beer choices might be a bit limited, but the amazing bites certainly make up for it!
There’s no limit to the number of good beers, but the quality and consistency of brews, as well as the lack of beer experts, are still a concern.
Boasting a “no happy hour” policy, you’ll get $45 pints of craft beer all day, every day in this cute little bottle shop and taproom.
You’ll be walking into a haven of indie music, a wall of craft beer (Hong Kong’s first that’s all-cans!) and great coffee right in the heart of Kowloon.