Cubby Haus Brewing

at 884 Humffray St South, Ballarat, 3350 Australia

Cubby Haus Brewing. Quality hand crafted beer made with Passion.

Cubby Haus Brewing
884 Humffray St South
Ballarat , VIC 3350
Contact Phone
P: 0343431777


Micro Brewery in Ballarat

How To Get to Cubby Haus Brewing

Route 23 from Ballarat Station, alight at Mount Pleasant reserve, just after major stop #4, corners of Barkly street and Humffray Street South. Walk north up Humffray Street South for 150m.

Opening time

  • Wednesdays: 12:00- 17:00
  • Thursdays: 12:00- 17:00
  • Fridays: 12:00- 20:00
  • Saturdays: 12:00- 20:00
  • Sundays: 12:00- 20:00


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Welcome to the home of Cubby Haus Brewing.
We are a small craft brewery located in Mount Pleasant, Ballarat, Victoria.
Our aim is to create small batch classic styles as well as contemporary interpretations.
Cubby Haus Brewing opened in September 2016 in Mount Pleasant.
The location offers us a beautiful view of the tree lined Mount Pleasant reserve.
Our beers are based on traditional styles from around the world.
We enhance our interpretations with the use of southern hemisphere hops in addition to the usual new world and noble hops.
The hand built brew house is capable of multi-stepped brews and traditional decoctions giving us the flexibility to produce beers true to style.
All of our beers are unfiltered, naturally conditioned and chemical free.
Why are we called Cubby Haus Brewing?
The brewery is a build it yourself deal.
What is put together is a self designed and constructed prototype brewery in the manner of kids building their own place; a cubby house.
The brewery is able to perform decoction brews replicating traditional Bavarian brewing techniques as well as standard single step infusion brews.
Travelling and living in England got me started on craft beer.
Rural English culture and exposure to Real Ale started me on a journey to explore the real world of beer.
The rise of local Australian craft beer re-introduced me to a diverse range of styles and interpretations.
The garage was now a small brewery.
With nowhere to expand, it was decided to move out of the garage into an actual brewery.
Three years planning and finally we have moved in to our new brewery in Mount Pleasant.