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Ball and Chain

The Ball and Chain is Fremantle's newest old pub and is one of the most important sites in Western Australia - it housed the first 75 convicts arrived in Fremantle on 1 June 1850.  ​In 1896 the building on the site was first used as a Hotel and later became a well-known corner pub ‘Hubbles’ after its owner; a meeting place for the working class of Perth’s Fremantle suburb with boxing tournaments out the back and dock-workers picked up on the veranda who sat on the timber benches still outside today.   Over the years, the Pub has been beautifully restored, highlighting some of the unique features of yesteryear and tastefully decorated with warm timber and copper finishes. The main bar has the original timber from the Matilda Bay Brewery right here in Fremantle. The Ball and Chain has the widest range of Matilda Bay Craft Beer on Tap – brewed as it was 30 years ago out of Port Melbourne Vic. Complimented with a wide range of bourbon, scotch, rum and other enjoyable spirits, the new Ball and Chain Bar continues to enjoy patronage for what it was built for – serving great drinks and food with a smile to its customers as it did over 100 years ago.

Clancys Fish Pub Fremantle

Fish, Beer and Music. We like to keep it simple down here at Clancy's. In our vibrant, relaxed atmosphere, all types are welcome - young and old, cool and, uh, not so cool. For over 30 years we've been serving up fresh tasty seafood, a huge selections of craft beers, and the best in local and touring live acts each week! Clancy’s Freo: a local favourite and a destination in its own right.

Fremantle BeerFest 2016

Freo BeerFest is now pouring over 3 days! Experience a showcase of award winning craft beers, ciders and spirits this November as you stop, sip & savour the very best of the west. Fremantle BeerFest hosts the largest and most comprehensive range of exclusively West Australian Craft Brewers and cider-makers, spirits and premium food. Catch a masterclass with our beer experts where they share their knowledge, experience and passion for all things craft beer. Our master-classes or as we like to call them 'beer education sessions' will take place every hour throughout the each festival day, finishing at around 7 pm. While you're at the festival make sure you get your vote in for the People’s Choice Awards.  *All tickets to the festival include an official BeerFest souvenir cup.  

Fremantle Craft Beer Tour Cruise

Love beer? Fremantle has quickly become a haven for beer enthusiasts and what better way to immerse yourself in beer than with Captain Cook Cruises’ new Fremantle Craft Beer Tour and Cruise. The full day tour and cruise allows you to take in amazing sights as you cruise down the Swan River, before disembarking for an informative walking tour to Fremantle’s top bars; The Monk, Sail and Anchor and Clancy’s. This tour includes extensive beer tastings of some of the best beers Western Australia and Fremantle have to offer, along with a mouth-watering pub lunch. 

Little Creatures Brewing

Little Creatures Brewing was born out of the love of great beer shared by a few good mates.   We're pretty proud of our Fremantle brewery and we welcome visitors from far and wide every day. Grab a Pale Ale and a pizza and soak in the brewery chaos or wander out into the backyard to enjoy your beer and nosh in the sunshine. You could also head to our Brewhouse bar to pick up a six pack to take home or stay awhile for a tasting of our full range of beers. We love to show people around and run brewery tours at 1 pm, 2 pm and 3 pm everyday... just come in and ask us or get in touch if you have a big group. Join us every Saturday and Sunday from 9 am-11 am for brekkie overlooking the Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour! Perfect for the family, big groups or to cure that pesty hangover, Little Creature's has got your morning needs covered with hearty breakfasts, tasty pastries, fresh coffee and of course-beer! Large groups are welcome. No reservations needed.

Sail and Anchor

The Sail and Anchor is an iconic Fremantle landmark. Come down and see just why this heritage listed pub is so appealing. With the spiraling staircase, wood paneled walls, pressed tin ceiling, and friendly staff, this venue is definitely worth booking for your next function. Let's not forget the main attraction though. The beer. Boasting 40 cold taps, three hand pumps and four bars; it's no surprise that we are the leader of the craft beer revolution in Fremantle. The tap beer selection changes regularly, offering old classics, new favourites, small batch releases and seasonal styles, making a visit to the Sail and Anchor an adventure.

The National Hotel

The National Hotel is a double award-winning venue and offers something for everyone – all day dining, an extensive beverage and cocktail list, great al-fresco areas for those lazy afternoons and varied entertainment; ranging from sports screenings  to live and DJ'd music. All areas will be available for private and corporate function bookings and events. The ground level comprises of a lively bar, themed with original brickwork, vintage timber, pressed-tin ceilings and wrought-iron fixtures. It holds a capacity of around 150 persons plus an additional 56-seater Al-fresco area along High Street. The 1st floor comprises of a lounge bar and restaurant with its décor making full-use of the high ceilings and Federation architectural styling. With restored fireplaces, stained-glass embellishments and large French windows, this area oozes charm and character. The 1st floor has a capacity of around 160 persons with an additional 100-seater al-fresco area on the balconies over-looking High Street and Market Street. There are 30 taps of draught beer, featuring top Australian and International brands as well as a selection of craft-brewed favourites. A huge open-plan kitchen services the restaurant. Food will be prepared in a modern-Australian style using fresh, seasonal ingredients. Happy Hour daily 1-2pm and 5-6pm Open mic night every Tuesday from 7pm Daily midweek food & drink specials.