BrewDog will open the doors to a $3.2 million site in Sydney’s South Eveleigh this December.

The brewery partnered with Australian Venue Co. (AVC) on the project, which is located in the Locomotive Workshop, neighbouring Lucky Kwong and Re-.

The space can fit 730 patrons inside and 190 outside, spanning a dining room, bar and communal beer garden.

“We’re thrilled to bring ‘The Dog’ to Sydney,” says Evan Gargaro, AVC NSW state manager.

“The iconic space and historic South Eveleigh precinct make this a truly special venue. BrewDog South Eveleigh will not only offer Sydneysiders a great new destination for drinks and good times…”

BrewDog South Eveleigh will have 40 beers on tap including house options made in the brewery’s sustainable location in Murarrie, Queensland.

Expect pale ales, lagers, imperial stouts, sours as well as guest tap takeovers highlighting other brewers.

There will also be a selection of non-alcoholic options available alongside cocktails, cider, wine and spirits.

On the food front, the venue will allocate 50 per cent of its menu to plant-based options as well as offer classic pub fare such as burgers, wings, pizzas, bowls and salads.

The venue will trade seven days a week and officially opens its doors on 2 December.