There’s a craft beer revolution underway in Hong Kong, with new taprooms and gastropubs popping up left and right. These aren’t just imports, either — a wave of local, independent breweries is putting Hong Kong-brewed beers on the map. To hop onto this burgeoning movement, check out some of our favorite venues for unusual and artisanal beers in Hong Kong.
Owned by Austen Fry, a Texas native, this SoHo sports bar is a hipster hangout that’s been around since 2013. The taps here dispense 25 different craft beers from around the world, including exclusive brews that you’d be hard pressed to find elsewhere. There’s also a delectable selection of Texas-style barbecue, including pulled pork, brisket, and sausage.
This industrial chic beer joint was founded in 2012, and serves about 15 beers on tap, including pints from Hong Kong Beer Co and Holgate Brewhouse, as well as their own in-house brews. The exposed brick and blond wood tables make for a classic hipster joint. On the menu is a selection of laksa noodles as well as unusual gourmet sausages made from crocodile, cobra, and rabbit — but if that’s not your thing, pork is available too.