Mojosurf Beer Guide – Byron Bay

Byron Bay is one of the best known east coast destinations for sand, surf and sun. Once we flocked to the surf haven for waves, now we’re spoilt for waves and brews. 

We’ve created your go-to guide for navigating the best brews Byron has to offer, some are a little hidden so this Mojo Beer Guide will make sure you don’t miss out on the best watering holes in town.

  1. Stone & Wood Brewery 

Is our favourite and sits as the number 1 brewery to visit while staying in Byron Bay, Australia. Why? Because it is an independent brewery, born in Byron Bay and it brews the Pacific Ale, inspired by our home on the edge of the Pacific, it’s brewed using all Australian barley, wheat and Galaxy hops, its cloudy and golden, with a big fruity aroma and a refreshing finish. Perfect after a big surf sesh with the Mojo Surf crew. 

We hear they’ve just launched a brand new brew “The Gatherer” a twist of real watermelon, cucumber and mint and hopped with Galaxy. With its blush hue and zesty taste, we think this is going to be the taste of Summer! 

Open Monday – Friday 10am-5pm & weekends 12pm – 6pm

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  1. The Byron Bay Brewery 

For generations the once named Buddha-Bar has been home to a rich history of live music. Today, it’s the home if the Byron Bay Brewery, a place where new beer styles are created against a backdrop of live music by local, national and international acclaimed artists. 

From Dragonfruit Sours and Coffee Porters to easy-drinking lagers that a perfect for good times with new mates inspired by the eclectic creative genius of Byron Bay. 

For opening hours pop your head over the fence to see if they’re open! 

Located – right next door to Mojosurf Byron Bay Surf Camp. 



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  1. Treehouse on Belongil 

This local hang out located right opposite Belongial Beach is home to brews and the best-woodfired pizza in Australia.

Kick back with a Stone and Wood (on tap), food that will hug the body and music by local artists that will soothe the soul. 

Great for breakfast, lunch or dinner – we love a sunset walk at sunset and a cold brew & pizza after! 

Open 7 days a week 7.30am – 11pm. 

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  1. The Balcony Bar & Oyster Co. 

Perched atop the buzzing Byron streets and just meters back form the legendary main beach, Balcony Bar & Oyster Co. evokes the easy-going surf culture that Byron Bay is famous for.

An indulgent experience you can do on a budget, for $35 at lunch and dinner you’ll enjoy Mussels and bottomless crispy fries, or go for the cocktail menu and have a liquid lunch as the sunsets in the West! 

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  1. The Great Northern Hotel 

A short walk from Mojosurf Camp in Byron Bay is the Northern where you can have arvo beers and party all night long. 

The northern has hosted a sensational line up of homegrown and international acclaimed artists, if you’re travelling during Blues Fest or Splendour keep your eyes peeled for impromptu performances by some very famous musicians. 

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  1. The Rails 

The Rails is the ultimate local bar, with live free music 7 days of the week, and 20 cold local and Australian beers on tap. 

The Rails has pub grub that your tummy will love, as well as your wallet, set in an outdoor beer garden and it’s got the ultimate old school pub charm. 

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So go forth and explore the Mojosurf Beer Trail, cold brews await, tag @mojosurf on Instagram so we can share your brew journey!