Food Drink

Prancing Pony Brewery pop-up opens in the CBD for summer

Set to open in Adelaide’s East End this December the award-winning craft breweries pop-up will be open all summer for lunch, dinner, and evening drinks. 

The Pony is out of the bag… And coming to Rundle Street! 

Set to open in Adelaide’s East End between the 15th and 18th of December the award-winning craft breweries pop-up will be open all summer for lunch, dinner, and evening drinks. 

The Adelaide Hills success story has quickly made its mark on the Australian craft beer scene. 

Famously home to what they describe as ‘long flavour,’ Prancing Pony only opened its doors in December 2012 but was soon moving to a much bigger location in Totness, just a four-minute drive from Hahndorf.

Very much into supporting local artists and emerging musicians, the success of the brand hasn’t gone to their head, keeping community, independence and integrity at the top of its core values.

The pop-up will be fitted with rustic furniture, an eclectic vibe, and an inviting feel. Emerging performing and visual artists will feature providing amble live music performances throughout the season. The Pony knows that putting on the feedbag is part of the fun.

Visitors will enjoy a fresh beer on tap, with 16 Pony beers to choose from. Non-beer drinkers will also be catered for, with a selection of local wines, unique cocktails, and non-alcoholic beverages to choose from. The menu will offer a couple of staple Pony dishes, as well as ‘Flammekueche’ (also known as Flammkuchen)- a traditional French-German dish, likened to a thin pizza. 

“The venue will make an excellent addition to the East End of the city, and we’re looking forward to working and collaborating with neighbouring venues to really activate the precinct over summer. We’re particularly excited to offer beer-lovers and loyal Pony fans more events and activations to enjoy in the city,” says the brewery’s CEO, Corinna Steeb.

Corinna and Frank have wanted to establish a second venue for the Pony for some time, and say the current climate has brought their decision forward. The opening is well-timed as borders re-open to travellers, and city activations and events return. 

They will be bringing their dishes created “from the beer up” to match the brews. Featuring fresh local ingredients, you can enjoy small bites, burgers, regional tasting platters and a family-friendly fare. 

If it’s a quiet drink and a small bite, or a long lunch with all the trimmings, the Pony has your back.

Visit the Prancing Pony Pop up this summer on Rundle Street or visit the brewery at 42 Mt. Barker Road, Totness

[adrotate banner="159"]
To Top