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Communion Brewing Co

Opens at 12:00:PM

57A Wilmot Street, Burnie TAS

1 Review

Location & Map

57A Wilmot Street, Burnie 7320 TAS - See Map

Opening Hours

Mon  12:00:PM - 9:00:PM
Tue  12:00:PM - 9:00:PM
Wed  12:00:PM - 9:00:PM
Thu  12:00:PM - 9:00:PM
Fri  12:00:PM - 10:30:PM
Sat  12:00:PM - 10:30:PM
Sun  12:00:PM - 9:00:PM

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Member Reviews (1)


I did not enjoy the ordering experience. App was very slow to respond and not especially intuitive. Felt like I was solving a puzzle rather than ordering some food.
The food arrived quickly enough and I suppose it was probably alright. I was disappointed but that’s probably on me for having unrealistic expectations. I am quite old and I don’t ‘eat out’ much. Thoughts for what they’re worth;
I thought there might be a couple more scallops, or maybe i thought they might be larger. They were really very tiny and I thought overwhelmed by the bacon. I really should know better. Poor choice on my part
My companion ordered drunk chicken. I didn’t know what to expect. Not a dish I would order again but just not to my taste. Was the most substantial offering on the table and I really wished I’d found it enjoyable.
Wagyu skewers left me cold also, but I don’t know what I expected. Comparatively it’s probably on a par with what you get for your money anywhere, which is why I prefer to eat at home I guess.
I was pretty grumpy after the experience with the app though, so that may have coloured my thoughts about the value for money. Later in the day I yelled at some kids to get off the lawn.
The beer was pretty good. I was mainly interested in the beer tbh, and I probably should have just had a bowl of stodge to eat first. I thought I might have been able to sit at a bar and try a couple of beers but a $25 paddle of 4 would have been a bit much before driving to Hobart. A couple of 6oz tasters would have been ok maybe but of course there’s no option for that kind of thing. I settled for a schooner and that was fine.
Overall I found the experience was rather impersonal and tick a box, the food was borderline stingy and a little pretentious for my rustic palate but the Troublemaker IPA was one of the better ones I’ve tasted in Tassie.