Mammoth Creation

Mammoth Creation

You can expect big things from the Valley's latest food, beer and entertainment mecca, Woolly Mammoth Alehouse.

By Lucy Stephens | 1st September 2014

Woolly Mammoth Alehouse, Brisbane's newest craft beer and entertainment mecca, has opened on Ann Street in the Valley, taking over the space left vacant by The Mustang Bar.

The space has been designed as a multipurpose venue with three distinct areas - the Alehouse, Garden Bar and Mane stage, where punters can indulge in Queensland’s biggest selection of craft tap beers, feed a mammoth appetite with a host of rustic food offerings, enjoy indoor bocce, jenga and beer education classes, or dance the night away on the venue’s imported 14ft hudson shuffleboard.

The interior is the master creation of design gurus Alexander Lotersztain or Derlot Design, who has been instrumental in the design for bars including Alfred & Constance in the Valley and Depo at West End.

Owner Lachlan Bird of Lock'n'Load Bistro fame wanted to introduce a beer hall with a contemporary and inviting vibe to the Valley that catered to a wide audience.

"We wanted to change the pace of the Valley, taking locals and varied visitors on a journey of quality craft beer, rustic food off-the-bone, and some of the best entertainment in Brisbane," he says.

"The Garden bar, adorned with astro-turf for indoor bocce and giant Jenga, offers an event experience that will keep guests jovail and entertained until the wee hours."

The Mane stage will play host to different touring bands, as well as burlesque, intimate comedy and local acts.

Woolly Mammoth creates a refreshing twist in Brisbane’s pub culture, incorporating a social responsibility event each week.

The stampede every Friday will tap a keg of Mammoth lager and customers will tell us what they want to pay with all funds donated to a local charity each month.

Woolly Mammoth
663 Ann St, the Valley
P 3257 4439

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Article by Lucy Stephens

Lucy Stephens is a Senior Digital Journalist and Content Strategist at Style Magazines. She's a travel addict, considers gelato an appropriate meal for breakfast, lunch and dinner (salted caramel, preferably), and suffers from a moderate to severe case of FOMO (fear of missing out).