While I’ve been on the craft beer bandwagon for quite some time, I seem to have completely missed out on the fact that visiting a small craft brewery can be as much fun as visiting a small bar. Far from a place you’d just take in on some sort of behind-the-scenes factory tour, craft beer breweries like Wayward Brewing Company in Camperdown, offer up casual, relaxed bar spaces to visit and sink a few pints of quality craft beer. Tucked away on Gehrig Lane, this subterranean brewery is housed in what was once a wine cellar. Take a punt on your first beverage, and then take a wander through the wax coated wine splattered walls of these Inner West catacombs. The Oatis Golden Oatmeal American IPA ($5/half pint) is a great place to start – it has a tropical-fruit driven nose, but is smooth, round, and even on the tongue, with toasted malt notes. I could easily have gone a whole pint.