Agar's Brewery

in or near Fourways, Sandton in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Things To Do in FourwaysAgar's Brewery

Johannesburg Randburg

Where? Unit 2A, Kya North Park, Bernie Street, Kya Sands Johannesburg, Gauteng

When? Please enquire.

How? Call +27 (0)76 191-5331 or +27 (0)83 607-0747

How much? Price on request

Overnight? Stay at accommodation in Fourways, in Johannesburg

Nestled in Kya Sands, Johannesburg, Agar's Brewery is perched firmly on a family tradition of brewing craft beers. In fact, Charles Agar started brewing pineapple beer in 1852. So, when it opened in 2014, there was generations of experience to back the new enterprise. Since then, it has continued to grow and experiment with new ingredients, flavours and methods.

Only the best ingredients are used to brew Agarís beers, whether they are sourced locally or imported. Today, their product range is as unique as every member of the family. It includes the:

Tomahawk IPA (ABV 6.5%)
This is all about the bitterness of hops, underscored by a little citrus and a touch of caramel sweetness. Still, it is reserved for those with a love of the hop. It goes well with barbecued meat, hot curries, and salty snacks.

Jozi Blonde (ABV 4.5%)
This blonde ale is fun and easy to drink. Light honey malt and fruity notes make it easy to sip on and excellent to quench a giant thirst. It goes well with most savoury food, as well as with Asian dishes and brie cheese.

White Dog Saison (ABV 5.5%)
Expect complex flavours of fruit and spice, with a dry finish and just the right amount of acidity. This is a strong beer that pairs well with white meat, salad, shellfish, goatís cheese, and gorgonzola.

American Pale Ale (ABV 5.2%)
Smooth, fresh, clean and hoppy. Expect nuances of biscuit malts, citrus and florals. This is fantastic when enjoyed with spicy foods, smoky meats or blue cheese.

Red Ale (ABV 5%)
The explosion of citrus and spicy hops on your tongue is what makes this a real gem. It is medium- to full-bodied and enjoys an awesome caramel finish. It goes well with grilled, smoked meats.

Jack Tar ESB (ABV 4.5%)
Plenty of flavour, this beer is characterised by rich caramel and roasted toffee malts, but remains easy to drink. It goes well with roast chicken, fish and chips, pizza, and pork.

Black Mamba (ABV 5%)
Dark chocolate and roasty cappuccino flavours combine to create a beer that is silky and full-bodied. Try it with oysters or aged Gouda.

Wild Berry Ale (ABV 4.5%)
The malt and hops is perked up with an infusion of fresh strawberries and raspberries. This is a wonderful complement to fresh salads, and biltong.

Sample these beers at Agarís for a real taste sensation.

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