Eat & Drink

Open from Tuesday to Sunday with the kitchen serving up our famous pub fare.

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Brewhouse & Beer Garden

As the home of Carlton Draught, Carlton Brewhouse boasts a fantastic beer garden to enjoy some of Australia’s favourite beer, as well as a great brewery experience.

Eat & Drink

The kitchen at Carlton Brewhouse is here to serve up our famous pub fare for all our locals and guests from midday Tuesday to Saturday!

There’s plenty of tables available in our Beer Hall, outside in our Beer Garden, or in front of our giant 12-foot screen to watch the footy.

If you’re craving a drink, we’ve got 12 taps pouring all your favourite CUB beers, as well as wine by the glass and classic spirits. Of course, it wouldn’t be a visit to Carlton Brewhouse without a brewery fresh pot of unpasteurised Carlton Draught straight from the tank!

Beer Garden

Enjoy our famous pub fare in our outdoor beer garden, accompanied with a few schooners of our best draft beer.

Did you know our beer garden is also dog-friendly? Man’s best friends is always welcome at Carlton Brewhouse!


Merch Store

Check out the number of displays and all the beer-gear we have on offer in our merch store! We’ve got plenty of Carlton Draught merch as well as all your other favourite CUB beers like VB and Carlton Dry!

History of CUB’s Abbotsford Brewery


CUB have been brewing beer on the banks of the Yarra River in Abbotsford for over 100 years. The site of the current brewery was originally home of the Melbourne Co-Operative Brewing Company, a brewery established in 1904 by Melbourne publicans to compete with the Society of Melbourne Brewers (a group that included the Victoria Brewery and Carlton Brewery). Here they brewed Abbotsford Stout and Melbourne Bitter (amongst other great brews).

In 1924 The Melbourne Cooperative Brewery and Carlton and United Breweries (CUB) joined forces to become the dominant Victorian brewer producing a formidable portfolio of beers, many of which we still make today. Over the next 80 years CUB’s other Melbourne breweries closed down and the Abbotsford site grew to its current size, capable of brewing up to 150,000 litres of beer a day.