While you can simply order a cold Bintang, Carlsberg or Heineken at almost any venue on the island, the best pubs in Bali also offer added pleasure due to a great menu, enjoyable atmosphere or unique location. The great collection of beers, from local to imported ales, stouts and lagers also make these venues wonderful places to go to for trying new, international tipples.
Our list contains a wide variety of venues and bars in Bali, from English style pubs where crowds gather for live sports or a game of pool, to beer gardens set on the beach and Irish pubs with live bands. Most importantly, you can rest assured each of these serve an excellent pint.
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HQ Beach Club at the Grand Inna Kuta Bali, also known as 'Headquarters', is Kuta's coolest spot right on the beach where you can grab a pint of ‘minus two degrees Celsius’ beer. This unique take on an extra cold beer is served with crushed ice. There’s the omnipresent Bintang and Bali Hai on the list, alongside international regulars of Carlsberg, Heineken and Guinness. The great location and laidback setting of HQ’s bar with its many lounging options inside and on its mini poolside lawn, make this a great stopover on your walks along the beach path for beers at noon or sunset. Read More...
- Opening Hours: Mon-Sun, 09:00-24:00
- Tel: +62 (0)361 846 6811
The main bar at Ossotel Bali in Legian offers a cosy spot for enjoying cold beers and wholesome bites. Subtly lit interiors and brick walls are inspired by a traditional pub, and some corners even feature candelabras overflowing with melted wax, which gives it a more relaxed countryside feel and goes perfectly with a menu that specialises in a variety of grilled meats and seafood. Special promos include Friday Rock ‘n Roll nights and Thursday Ladies Nights with a ‘buy one, get one free’ on premium cocktails, and daily ‘happy hours’ from 17:00-19:00 offering another free beer or premium cocktail selection with every purchase. Read More...
- Opening Hours: Mon-Sun, 12:00-23:00
- Tel: +62 (0)361 755 225
For a relaxing beachfront spot to enjoy cold beer in the great surfing community of Canggu, head down to the Old Man’s Beer Garden, right near Hotel Tugu Bali and which overlooks the surf breaks of Batu Bolong. It’s an ideal place to fill up before a day out riding waves with its offerings of juicy burgers and salads, and a wonderful spot to chill out after. While beer choices are limited to Bintang, Corona, Heineken and San Miguel, the fun and unique setting is the main draw. A thatched roof bamboo pavilion houses the bar and restaurant, while a lawn dotted with mini tables and beanbags bordered by palms serves as the place to watch over ping pong or beer pong, as well as regular gigs comprising DJs and live bands. Read More...
- Opening Hours: 07:00 – 21:00
- Tel: +62 (0)361 846 9158
Enter a piece of Ireland in Bali at the Gracie Kelly’s, with the charming, if not a little typical interior of parquet flooring, wooden tables and windowed caskets showcasing vintage Irish memorabilia. Past a road sign post that shows ‘long ways’ to Dublin and Tipperary is the bar with Kilkenny and Guinness draughts upright in the middle. Most of the beers here are served on tap. Great Irish coffees include Mexican, Calipso, and Kintamani with added whipped cream and either Kahlua, Tia Maria, Galiano, Baileys, Sambuca, or dark rum. The assorted menu features great steaks, and bangers and mash, and you can also find some local Balinese and Indonesian favourites such as satay and beef rendang too. Read More...
- Opening Hours: 11:00 - 01:00
- Tel: +62 (0)361 752 403
Mama’s is a long-time Bavarian style beer house that is hard to miss in the middle of Legian, with its eye-catching colourful Swiss cow and at front. The restaurant serves a wide range of traditional German dishes, with emphasis on beefy delights in jumbo portions, such as kilogram pork knuckles and extra-sized hotdogs and schnitzels. And from the bar, a cold bottle of Erdinger serves great to wash these hearty meals down, as are the Heineken, Carlsberg and San Miguel at IDR 34,000 a bottle, Guinness and Corona between IDR 43,000 and 55,000 a bottle, or Bintang and Bali Hai from the draughts. Interiors are cosy and you can sit snugly at the bar or choose a spot around the semi-alfresco table area overlooking the main Jalan Legian. Read More...
- Opening Hours: 24 hours
- Tel: +62 (0)361 761 151
Nyoman’s Beer Garden is right on the border of the Nusa Dua tourism complex, and presents a great selection of imported beers besides the local Bintang, such as German Beck’s and Erdinger, and Irish Kilkenny. The bar is tucked away behind the restaurant’s pergola-like façade, while the restaurant serves a wide variety of soups, appetizers, salad, sandwiches, burgers, pizza, pasta, local steaks, as well as Indonesian favourites. Free transport is provided within Nusa Dua where most of the hotels are, adding convenience for those wishing to explore options for a great beer spot outside of their five-star luxury hotel premises.
- Opening Hours: 10:00 – 23:00
- Tel: +62 (0)812 361 547 12
Located somewhat far north and away from the crowds of Kuta and Legian, and on a roadside in Kerobokan, this village pub serves Bintangs and San Miguels by the bottle small and large, as well as Heineken, Kilkenny and Guinness by draught ranging between IDR 27,000 to 40,000 for a half pint. English style grub is available for breakfast, lunch and dinner, live sports feeds and music featured throughout, and there’s a Sunday roast from 12:30. You can find your spot at the long bar or at the small round tables, and then find your way to the pool table for a friendly match.
- Opening Hours: 08:00 – 24:00
- Tel: +62 (0)361 744 913 2
Posers Pub is a small spot located on Jalan Padma, one of Legian’s side streets famous for its rows of budget bars and hangouts. The open front of the pub welcomes you into its rustic interiors with white timber open beam ceilings an overall cosy and friendly atmosphere. Out on the mezzanine are tables where you can dine with street views. German specialties, from pork schnitzels, steaks and sauerkrauts, go well with an ice cold Bintang, served from a draught. There’s a good selection of local and imported beers and spirits, as well as an assortment of cocktails to choose from.
- Opening Hours: 08:00 – 01:00 am
- Tel: +62 (0)361 766 497
Stark Beer is one of, if not the only, microbreweries in Indonesia, and happens to find its home on Bali’s northern coast of Lovina. It set up a great bar in Legian, Stark’s House, also known as the ‘Beer House’, where it showcases its three main products, namely dark wheat, wheat and low carb. From the main Jalan Legian, the spot is hard to miss with its giant eye-catching beer kegs. Inside, there’s a large dance floor adjacent the main bar and zigzag shaped tables from where you can retreat to. Events are featured regularly, with guest DJs and Stark’s own Dance Squad livening up the evenings.
- Opening Hours: 08:00 – 01:00
- Tel: +62 (0)361 766 689
This tavern inspired beer garden is located at the J Boutique Hotel in Kuta, and features a cosy all-timber interior and a semi alfresco spot on a synthetic mini lawn overlooking the Jalan Kartika Plaza in southern Kuta. The bar is also a solid block of wood, staffed by friendly bartenders who can whip up great cocktails and offer a wide assortment of drinks. A great combination between fantastic chilled beers, wines, a variety of fruity flavoured hookahs and daily acoustic live music every evening, make this spot a great hangout option in Kuta’s quieter southern area. Read More...
- Opening Hours: 10:00 – 01:00
- Tel: +62 361 761888