The Chuck and Son's Tap Room features recycled materials

Our commitment to a sustainable Tap Room.

At Chuck and Son’s Brewing Co., we're not just serving up delicious brews, but also a commitment to sustainability. We believe that doing business - and enjoying our brews - shouldn't come at the expense of our planet. As well as being a fully electrical brewery, we've taken eco-friendly steps in The Tap Room. So grab a seat, raise your glass, and marvel at the sustainable items you’ll find around our space. 

Recycled Wood: Cheers to Reusing

When it came to building The Tap Room, we knew we wanted to incorporate recycled materials. So, we sourced reclaimed wood to create our bar and shelving areas, sourced from Blue Gum Trees located in the ranges at Pymble Golf Club. If you look closely, you may even notice some attempts at hole in ones. As well as adding to our rustic and unique vibe, we were pleased to reduce the demand for new wood, helping to preserve our forests.

Recycled Bricks: Building a Sustainable Foundation

Look around and you’ll see the recycled bricks used to build the walls of The Tap Room. By giving these bricks a second life, we've helped to reduce the energy and resources needed to produce new ones, while incorporating an industrial aesthetic to the space that’s in keeping with our heritage surrounds.

Second Hand Corrugated Sheeting: Keeping it Quirky

Who says sustainability can't be aesthetically pleasing? Certainly not us. That's why we used second hand corrugated sheeting to create our feature wall. Sourced from The Vintage Golf Club in Pokolbin (would you believe we’re not golfers?) this helped to reduce waste by repurposing materials that would have otherwise ended up in a landfill.

Second Hand Furniture: Vintage Vibes

When it came to furnishing The Tap Room, we only wanted to buy brand new furniture whenever absolutely necessary. Instead, we scoured second hand stores and auctions to find the perfect pieces with character. Enjoying the perfect pint while pondering the story of the chair you’re sitting on? That’s what we’re all about. 
From recycled wood to second hand furniture, we're hoping to continue taking steps to reduce our environmental footprint and create a space that's as eco-friendly as it is enjoyable. Cheers to that.

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