Balmain Bock Poster


The Balmain Brewery, the inspiration of Sydneysider Ian Pike, was located in the inner Sydney suburb of Rozelle, but took its name from the nearby and more affluent suburb of Balmain. 

In the spring of 1987 the first beer was released. It was called Balmain Bock, a relatively strong beer at 6.8 per cent alc./vol., ‘not a beer to be consumed before driving’, and claimed to be made to a 400-year-old recipe.

The brewery was sold late in 1988. The new owners reduced the strength of the Bock and introduced a lager at 3.1 per cent alcohol/volume. Despite these efforts, the business did not succeed, and by late 1990 the brewery had closed. The last batch of beer was brewed for the company by the Sovereign Brewery in Ballarat, Victoria.


This is a fantastic Australian brewery poster to compliment any wall. These prints
are highly collectable and a refreshing way to bring colour and verve onto any wall.
Our high quality art prints come professionally printed on art paper stock which
allows for a vivid image with exceptional colour vibrance and print quality. You will
not be disappointed with the quality and workmanship. We have an extensive
collection of brewery photographic and poster art and if you require something not
displayed on our site do not hesitate to contact us to see if we have it, you may be
pleasantly surprised.

We are adding new product and product types everyday. This piece comes in
multiple sizes for your convenience.

Shipping and Packing
Our products are delivered with a tissue wrap and rolled into a secured tube or
envelope (sandwiched between cardboard stiffeners to eliminate damage). Our
postage costs are for Australian customers only, for international sales please
contact us prior to purchase to arrange a quote for delivery. We ship via Australia
Post for all our art prints. Private courier can be arranged by request.

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