News About Brauhaus Frings Whangarei

About Brauhaus Frings Whangarei

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October 1st will celebrate Frings 2nd Birthday.  The Brauhaus is a haven for beer lovers with well-crafted 100% Organic beer and a relaxed atmosphere. The Brauhaus Frings has become a haven for Families, Music Lovers and Beer enthusiasts, as it combines well crafted organic beer with a relaxed, informal atmosphere making it an ideal place to sit and unwind.

Beer Garden and “The Hut”

The Brauhaus Frings outdoor area is so popular with the punters that the team decided to give it a humongous makeover.

With brand new tables and a spunky new stage the hut is perfect for all seasons. The beer garden was given a makeover with the addition to the family “The new Pizza Oven” , brand new tables, new shades and a dashing new paint job. The makeover has been so extensive, if you haven’t been to Brauhaus Frings lately you’ll be pleasantly surprised. The Beer Garden and Hut are the perfect places to relax, unwind and let the good times roll.

With outdoor projectors and a TV for the sports, Brauhaus Frings is the perfect venue for every occasion.

Our 100% Pure Malt Beers Are Brewed On-Site

All of our beers are chemical free, and contain neither preservatives nor salts or any other artificial substances. All types of beers are available in Flagons of 2 Ltrs and can be enjoyed at home or with friends.

Family Atmosphere for Foodlovers!

Frings are also famous for its Wood Fired Pizza Oven that cooks more than just Pizzas, so take the family down and enjoy the atmosphere and the food.

Live Bands every week!

Adding to the atmosphere at Frings is live music.  Check out the Brauhaus Frings Facebook page for weekly updates with live music most Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings.

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