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This informal relaxed unpretentious ‘pub’ located in an old church and its grounds in town has extensive outdoor and indoor seating. There is a range of craft beers, decent wines by the glass as well as food. There are other restaurants nearby too. The service...More
Great service and tremendous range of craft beers. Staff helpful and patient, happy to give a suggestion and provide a taste or two. Unique inside and out, being an old church, - even if the biiiig bugs weren't on the ceiling then, - large garden...More
We found almost by accident. With thirteen local craft beers on tap or pump and a decent wine list the rebadged church is a really low key and welcoming space. We are going back on Wednesday night for some blues - and getting the Indian...More
A must do for every beer or cider lover. I was lucky enough to visit when it was quiet and learned a bit about the origins of the Free House and it’s a great story.
Offered a taste of each of the beers before selecting,...More
We enjoyed a few well earned beers after a hike up to the centre of NZ and along the track to the Founders museum. The honey cider I ordered ran out 3/4 pint, so I was offered it for half pint price. Winning!
As an adult (50+)I think I know how to look after myself. Had a busy day decorating decided to go out with friends aged from 17-50+ a group of 6of us. 2 of the guys had 3 pints of bitter, 1 of the girls had...More
A top beer spot in inner city Nelson. The venue is in an old church with the surrounding yard as the beer garden. They offer a fantastic selection of beers with a constant rotation.
We arrived right as they were opening in the afternoon and...More
great selection of local beers and a few wines as well. Very cool interior - great place to hang out. We ordered Indian food from the place across the street and they ran it over so we enjoyed it with our drinks. Food was pretty...More