Although if you are a beer connoisseur I would take a deep breath and calm down before you get too excited, as they only serve Geelong Bitters on the cheap. An acquired taste, personally I have no qualms with slamming them down the hatch, but I have overheard someone say it tasted like 'sadness'.
There is no dance floor, and you can only just hear music, but what it lacks in rhythm, it makes up for in the people, with beers flowing, you will always make a new friend.
I do have beef with the toilet situation, as there is only two ladies toilets in the whole establishment, which has given me ample time to learn the "I need to pee" dance.
Sorry if I sound like a horrible warehouse ad in the next few sentences but, you gotta get in quick!
The best seats are outside during spring, but they fill fast, so if you want your posse to have some where to hang I would recommend getting there around 6pm and save the awkward "nah its cool, I can stand."
So if you want to drink, talk, discover, make new mates and save coin, I'll see you at The Public Bar.