IGNITE YOUR TASTE BUDS
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ABOUT US

The Fire Station Hotel

The Fire Station family welcomes you to a unique pub experience in Wallsend Newcastle. We will ignite your tastebuds offering an exceptional selection of individually selected craft beers and amazing pub food. We are the place where great moments are shared and lasting memories created.

The Fire Station hotel is a family business owned and operated by John and Kerrie Campbell. Together they have been working in hospitality for 30 years. John started as a kitchen hand and Kerrie behind the bar. John loves craft beer, in fact you will rarely see him drink anything else. 

Now is the best time to be a Craft beer enthusiast, the industry has grown so much recently creating a modern gold rush.

Here are some of our craft brewing friends that we have on rotation throughout the year. Usually we’ll rotate on and off two new beers a week for you to enjoy.

The Fire Station Hotel are proud to offer a range of great Craft beers to suit all tastes throughout the year. These include at any one time, Summer Ale, Saison, Heffweizen (Witbier), Pale Ale, American Pale Ale (APA), India Pale Ale (IPA), India Brown Ale (IBA), India Red Ale (IRA), Golden Ale, Amber Ale, Red Ale, Brown Ale, Bock, Stout, Doubles, Triples and imperials of the aforementioned and some occasional funky fun beers.

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Here are some of the GREAT CRAFT BEERS waiting for you at the Fire Station Hotel.

Riverside Brewing Company

Milk Moustache

Riverside Brewing Company

'69' Summer Ale

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Capital Brewing Co

Summit Session XPA

Hope Brewery

FKA Passionfruit Cider

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Badlands Brewery

Jaxon Red IPA

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Two Birds Brewing

Pale

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Two Birds Brewing

Märzen Attacks

Fixation Brewing Co

Fixation IPA

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The Coastal Brewing Company

Blueys Brown

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Two Birds Brewing

Märzen Attacks