Food & Drink

Beers, Views and Food… A dining dream realised

The Squire’s Landing has officially arrived at Circular Quay’s Overseas Passenger terminal – with panoramic views of the Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Housing a two-storey restaurant, The Squire’s Landing features a freestanding fully-glazed microbrewery, architecturally designed amid money-can’t-buy-views of Sydney’s most
famous landmarks.
As Australia’s newest James Squire flagship is a partnership between Mantle Group Hospitality and Lion.
Lion’s Head of Craft Gordon Treanor, said it was exciting to see this state-of-the-art venue come to life, which promises to be a mecca for craft beer fans from around the world.
“We are enormously proud to be launching the flagship James Squire microbrewery in Sydney which is also the home of the James Squire brand. It’s only fitting that The Squire’s
Landing is located in such an iconic location so close to where James Squire first landed in Australia on the first fleet,” said Gordon.

The venue’s Head Brewer, Peter Merrington, will be permanently based onsite crafting exclusive small-batch brews, and delivering James Squire Limited Releases and
core range beers and ciders. “We’ll have some of the freshest beer being served in Sydney and a range exclusive to The Squire’s Landing.” said Peter.

At the official venue launch, The Squire’s Landing will be one of the only places in Australia to serve the world’s oldest surviving beer made new, The Wreck, which has extremely
scarce and limited supply. James Squire’s most rare and special beer to date was crafted using 220-year old yeast, discovered in the depths of Australia’s oldest merchant shipwreck,
Sydney Cove.

The Squire’s Landing menu is set to tantalise tastebuds with its collection of uniquely modern Australian flavours, designed by Head Chef, Angus Harrison, in collaboration with Mantle Group Hospitality’s Executive Chef, Deniz Coskun. “Hearty pub classics including burgers and steaks make up the Brewhouse menu while intricate dishes using seasonal produce form the upstairs restaurant offering. Both menus have been carefully crafted, just like the beer, and each dish pairs perfectly with the James Squire core range,” said Angus.

The venue will be open for lunch and dinner initially with breakfast soon to follow.
The Squire’s Landing will be the seventh James Squire Brewhouse in Australia – complementing existing Brewhouses in Brisbane, Newcastle, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth.

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