Welcome to the Otherside is back in Subiaco to see out the summer sunshine, popping up (again) behind the Corner Gallery from March 11-28.

Brewed up by the Triple-1-Three team, the powerhouse behind Otherside Brewing Co. and Freo.Social, the venue will transform the un-activated space behind the iconic pink walls of the Corner Gallery into a somewhat hidden bar. The venue will be home to container bar with a rooftop area (think Fringeworld pop-up bar), a performance space for music and art, a kids play area and social spaces. Surprisingly, the little-known space can actually accommodate up to 450 people, so the more the merrier.

Drink offerings have a clear WA focus, featuring a 20-tap bar pouring pints of the Otherside core range, their most recent experimental brews (including a Christmas-themed sour and U.S. IPA), Vasse Felix wines, ciders and WA spirits. Welcome to the Otherside will be hopping to new locations throughout the summer, with each new spot getting a limited-edition cocktail menu, an on-site food truck and guest cooks from local restaurants.

Welcome to the Otherside was born to re-activate areas where local favourites have recently shut due to COVID, or are otherwise doing it tough in the hospitality department. So, it’s no coincidence that the Triple-1-Three team picked Subiaco to kick off the ‘Otherside Brewing Tours’,

“We saw the site in Subiaco, behind the pink Corner Gallery, with its oddly interesting urban scape and graffiti walls, we thought “perfect” and it’s just down the road from the recently closed Vic Hotel. So, we worked a way to bring the space to life.”

Welcome to the Otherside is open from Thursday, March 11 – Sunday, March 28 just behind 263 Hay Street, Subiaco. Opening hours are Thursdays; 4-9pm, Fridays; 4-11pm, Saturdays; 11am-11pm and Sundays; 11am-8pm. For more information, see their Facebook event here.

 

 

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