Lord Nelson Brewery Hotel
Cnr Kent and Argyle Streets
The Rocks, Sydney
New South Wales
Tel: (02) 9251 4044
Fax: (02) 9251 1532
Built in 1834 and opened as a pub in 1842 (when the battle of Trafalgar was still
fairly fresh in peoples memories, apparently), this establishment holds the
distinction of being the oldest continuously licensed pub in Sydney
The brewery commenced production towards the end of 1986.
Its beers are named in honour of Admiral Lord Nelson with
the exception of Quayle Ale which is named after former U.S. Vice
President, Dan Quayle, who visited the Lord Nelson several years ago
- Old Admiral (6% alcohol)
Full flavoured strong ale with malty palate.
- Three Sheets Ale (5% alcohol)
Medium gold German style beer using Hallertau hops from Tasmania. Full bodied and creamy.
- Trafalgar Pale Ale (5.4% alcohol)
Strong hop flavour
- Victory Bitter (4.9% alcohol)
Copper coloured English style draught bitter.
- Nelson's Blood (4.1% alcohol)
Rich creamy medium bodied porter
- Quayle Ale (5% alcohol)
Light and fresh. Contains 70% wheat and 30% barley.
Page updated 11th November 2005