Adaptive reuse in action – BeerporiumFremantle History Society

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Adaptive reuse in action – Beerporium

The Evan Davies Building was built in 1899 and was typical of gold boom era buildings. Over the years, the building has housed a number of different uses. Today the upstairs is leased and used by Beerpourium: purveyors of craft beers and wood fired tucker. Learn more while you enjoy their fare.

Enjoy an an overview of the history of the building and its various uses while enjoying drinks from the bar and sampling some of the wood fired fare. Beerporium is not usually open on Tuesday nights. The owner is opening just for us so we will be able to have a good look around the premises and enjoy their wares without the noise and fuss of others. Platters of food from the wood fired ovens will be available. The meeting proudly captures the theme of the Festival – Our heritage for the future – and hat better way to celebrate than by exploring how heritage buildings can continue to have a place in our community today. Entry fee covers shared food platters.

Event date

Event Details

Address:
Beerpourium, 13 South Terrace, Fremantle WA, Australia

Beerporium is on the first floor.

Times:

6.00pm - 7.30pm

Entry fees:
Adults $10
Booking:
Prebooking requiredsecretary.fhs@gmail.com
Attendance limit:
no
Website:
fhs.org.au
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