4 Pines to launch Hunter Valley taproom

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The 4 Pines team today announced that on 1 November when the barriers to New South Wales regional travel come down, 4 Pines Brewing Company will firmly put down new roots in the Hunter Valley with the official opening of their new taproom in Pokolbin.

The country’s most visited wine region has long been calling out for a destination like what 4 Pines Brewing Company have created together with long time hospitality operators – Helé family, to be known as 4 Pines at The Farm, where beer lovers, groups, friends and families can gather and enjoy great brews.

Hunter Farm is conveniently located on Hermitage Road Pokolbin at the heart of the famed region which attracts more than 3 million visitors every year and is home not only to 4 Pines at The Farm, but Hunter Valley Resort, Hunter Farm + Adventure Centre and Hunter Valley Horse Riding.

Poised for an avalanche of Sydneysiders fleeing after a 4-month restriction on travel to regional NSW, 4 Pines Brewing Company have been busy putting the finishing touches to the taproom and bistro with views across the vines and valley, and all-day sunshine on the wide breezy verandas.

There’ll be twelve 4 Pines beers on tap including the famed Pale Ale, Extra Refreshing Ale, Pacific Ale, In Season IPA and a rotating small batch limited edition Keller Door – plus Brookvale Union Ginger Beer (it’s boozy and it’s beaut).

There’ll be local Hunter Valley wine of course and a handful of cocktails. 4 Pines at the Farm’s chef and the team at 4 Pines have created a menu to match the brews and the views. There’s something for everyone from burgers, to pizza to Aussie pub classics. Sit back and take in all in, open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner. A rare offering in the Hunter Valley.

Adam Dearing, Hospitality Manager at 4 Pines Brewing Company whose role it is to seek out and secure exciting locations, believes this location in “the Hunter Valley is the perfect place for 4 Pines to open their second venue in the region, with the Charlestown location having developed a strong local following in the past 2 years.”

“The Hunter has been crying out for something other than a wine and food offering, and with the Hele’s rich hospitality history and strong local connection, we’ve created a new offering for both the local community and thriving tourism market which will uniquely operate 7 days a week.” he adds.

With a capacity of 300 over vast indoor and outdoor spaces, 4 Pines at the Farm has retained the aesthetic and feel of their existing hospitality venues. Think recycled timber and a weathered façade, plus a bespoke mural painted alongside the bar. The venue will be available for walk-ins but on weekends and during peak season, bookings are recommended. The venue can also accommodate private group bookings across a selection of spaces within the venue including private dining room for up to 20 seated guests.

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