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WUNDERBAR! Beerhaüs Kotara finally reopens doors this week

It’s been a long time between drinks, as they say, but Kotara-based eatery Beerhaüs will finally reopen the doors, this week.

Reopening just in time for the State of Origin, the Westfield Kotara-based eatery is pulling out all the stops to signal its return to the scene on Wednesday 9 June.

And what better way to say that your back in business than by slinging some cheap-as-chips schnittys?

Well, if you rock up on Wednesday, you can nab yourself a PLATE-SIZED schnitzel all day (and every Wednesday thereafter) for just 12 bones (the only catch is you’ll have to buy a full-priced drink).

Even better, you can choose from the Classic, the Parmi, the Southern and the Mushroom Parmi for the vegos!

If wings are more your thing, then Thursdays are the day for you because Beerhaüs is shifting them for the low, low price of 1 cent until 7pm.

Yep, 1 CENT!

Again, you’ll need to splurge on a full-price drink and there is a max of 10 wings per drink, but we still reckon this deal is pretty Wunderbar!

And if you’re a fan of footy, well, you’ll be in ball sports Heaven because games are screened live across the venue’s 20 large screen TVs and you can tuck into $1 wings and lashings of cold, cold brews.

Like most everywhere, Sundays are days of resting and roast and you can grab yourself a mouthwatering slow-roasted pork belly with crunchy crackling, served with glazed Dutch carrots, mash, red cabbage, Yorkshire pudding, apple compote, and onion gravy.


Of course, it wouldn’t be a Beerhaüs without quality brews and here you can enjoy German faves like an impressive range of Aussie craft beers such as Green Beacon, Brookvale Union, Balter Brewing Company, Great Northern Brewing Company, Pirate Life, and 4 Pines.

And that’s just a drop in a very sudsy ocean. Add to that ciders, sours, ginger beers, and house-made cocktails and you’ve got a drinks list to write home about.

“We are thrilled to finally be reopening Beerhaüs Kotara following the Covid-19 lockdown.” Beerhaüs food and beverage director John Sullivan said.

“We’ve decided to ramp up the fun and offer even greater affordability at Beerhaüs Kotara, which has always had a loyal following of beer fans and customers who are increasingly looking to blend a meal with an entertainment experience.”

Beerhaüs Kotara is open from Wednesday to Sunday, 12pm to 9pm (10pm on Saturday and Sunday). Head here for more information.