Arriving just in time for some summer fun in the city, Pirate Life‘s CBD brewpub is finally opening its doors! First announced way back in September of 2019, the long-awaited project is helmed by the crew at Sneakers & Jeans. Self-titled “architects of revelry”, they’re the masterminds behind The Flour Factory, Hadiqa, Varnish on King and Caballitos: so we can expect good times, even better booze, and maybe a bit of raucous fun, too.
Opening next week, the brewery will be in the old Sony building on Murray Street, which has been lovingly redeveloped into a sprawling, multi-venue space. Stickman Tribe, founded by Perth-born Marcos Cain, has overseen the design of the new venue with S&J and Pirate Life to deliver a new standard in Perth hospitality.
Keeping beer at the forefront, Pirate Life’s casual brewpub will have a not-so-casual approach to good beer: the monster 15-metre main bar will have 16 Pirate Life taps (and another 20 to come). There’ll also be a casual fine dining element with TOMA, the Pirate Life’s restaurant with a slightly more refined edge – alongside two private dining rooms for your next special event. We can also look forward to two more areas opening next month, including a basement bar.
Pirate Life Perth and TOMA will be opening on Thursday 28 October, and will be located at 440 Murray Street, Perth – more info here.