Oz Bar

Located just outside of Edinburgh’s famous Grassmarket, the Oz Bar (Edinburgh’s premier antipodean pub) makes for a good night out.oz bar edinburgh grassmarket beer lager and a gday

Have an Aussie beer, enjoy a game of pool, watch a game of footy with a meat pie, listen to proper Aussie music or chow down on some Aussie chips (crisps for the poms).


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Want to see your favourite antipodean team in action? Why not catch them on one our big plasma screens?oz-bar-barman

AFL, Cricket Super 14s and League… if we can get it, we’ll show it. Give us a call to find out what’s on and when.

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Coopers Pale Ale

The ale for every occasion with its fruity and floral character, balanced with a crisp bitterness, Coopers Pale ale has a compelling flavour which is perfect for any occasion.

Naturally fermented in the “Burton-upon-Trent” style, a secondary fermentation creates the trademark sediment that gives “Pale” its fine cloudy appearance.

 Producer: Coopers Brewery – www.coopers.com.au ABV: 4.5%


Coopers Sparkling Ale

The ale by which all others should be measured with its famous cloudy sediment and a full bodied ale flavour with a disctinctive balance of malt, hops and fruity characters, Cooper sparkling ale is a world-class brew.

Little has changed since Thomas Cooper produced hist first batch of Coopers sparkling Ale in 1862. It’s still brewed naturally using the centuries old top fermentation method and it still tastes great!

Producer: Coopers Brewery – www.coopers.com.au

ABV: 5.8%


Little Creatures
Pale Ale

It’s not just the hops that make Little Creatures Pale Ale what it is. Selected malts are kilned in small batches to and are used exclusively in this pale ale. Two different yeasts are used to both ferment and bottle condition the beer.

One of the main ingredients in the pale ale has got to be the amount of passion that it takes to produce a seriously good beer.

Producer: Little Creatures – www.littlecreatures.com.au

ABV: 5.2%


Crown Lager

Known colloquially as a “Crownie”, it was originally brewed in 1919 as “Fosters Crown Lager” and was initially only available to visiting dignitaries that visited Australia. During the first royal visit of Queen Elizabeth II to Australia in 1954 Fosters marked the occasion releasing Crown Lager to the general Australian public .

Producer: Carlton & United Beverages – crownbeverages.com.au ABV: 4.9%

Tooheys New

Tooheys New is a standard Australian lager and the most popular of the Tooheys’ beers.


Launched in 1931, Tooheys New is characterised by its lightly hopped flavour complemented by a good balance between bitter and sweet tastes. Enhanced thirst-quenching qualities and high drinkability.

Producer: Tooheys/Lion Nathan – www.tooheysnew.com.au ABV: 4.6%

Tooheys Extra Dry

Launched in 1994, Tooheys Extra Dry is a crisp dry finish lager.

The dry finish is achieved by an extended fermentation, ensuring minimal residual fermentable sugars.

Wonderful fruity, malty notes accompany a mellow middle palate. A clean aftertaste.

Producer: Tooheys/Lion Nathan – www.tooheys.com.au

ABV: 4.8%


James Boags Premium Lager

Rated one of Australia’s finest beers, James Boag’s lager is brewed from finest Tasmanian ingredients at Launceston on the banks of the crystal clear Esk River.

James Boag’s is one of Australia’s oldest breweries with a history going back to 1827.

Producer: J. Boag and Son – www.boags.com.au ABV: 5%

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