The Ferry Ale House is Christchurch’s Third Ale House, the 15th nationwide.
Located in the Ferrymead Central Complex – alongside other local eateries and retailers, they have carved a name for themselves in the hospitality scene in Christchurch. Opening on ANZAC Day 2008, The Ferry has gained momentum and prides itself on setting the standard for Ale Houses nationwide. With their team of dedicated staff, carefully watched over by owner operator Andrew Norton they have developed strong ties with local community groups, a loyal base of regular customers and proved themselves as an excellent venue for live entertainment.
The Ferrymead Speights Ale House believes in rewarding their loyal customers with loyalty benefits mirrored by their sister restaurant The Bealey Ale House.
For every dollar spent you will receive points back towards food purchases anytime, or save them up and indulge in a Sunday Session when you can redeem your points for food or drink.
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At The Ferry Ale House they have a crew of senior staff with diverse and mixed backgrounds that each brings their own individual skills to their job, most of them having been with the company since their opening night.
Their publican Andrew Norton is closely associated with Linwood Rugby, where he worked prior to opening The Ferry Ale House in 2008. With no previous hospitality experience, he has used his excellent manner with people, to build The Ferry Ale House into the favourite of so many locals.