Oh beer, oh my! Good Beer Week is approaching & if you didn’t already know – it’s a beery good time.
Known by many local brewers as the best beer week in the world & by many beer lovers as simply the best week of the year.
Chapel Street is never one to shy away from the action. So here is a complete list all things Good Beer Week in the Chapel Street Precinct.
For the Beer Lovers
Abacus is putting on a farm to fork and beer adventure! On May 18, Eric Walters (owner of the most awarded Australian brewery) and Grand Ridge Brewery are taking over the show for a foodie-beer lovers dream. Four dedicated beer & food station will pair local produce with beer writing a beer-lightful story. Float from station to station, enjoy beer paddles, live music & a cheers to Good Beer Week.
A one time opportunity to meet a brewer from California’s Stone Brewing! There will be four Stone taps there to try & a few others from the bottle. If you get a little (or a lot) hungry, the Silverlake Social full menu will be available all night.
For Good Times
What’s better than a street party at Ladro Tap on Greville? Unlimited Ladro wood fired pizza & hop corn, that’s what! The ultimate Sunday-sesh for beer & pizza aficionados, sit back with sweet sounds and a selection of S&W’s finest & limited release brews on tap.
2 Brothers Brewing are hosting a tasting at one of our favourite bars on Chapel! The tasting will feature a wide range of craft beers, served with Zhou Zhou kitchens super popular asian bites. Think ‘Kung Foo’ Rice Lager, ‘Grizz’ Amber Ale, and ‘Growler’ Brown Ale with BBQ Pork Buns, Spring Rolls, & Fried Chicken.
A house party in a house of love? You’d be beery silly to miss it!
Leonard’s will be chocka with red cups of Lager, with a rotating tap of hard to find kegs over Good Beer Week. Add a few cheeseburgers to the mix and you’re in for a draft of a good time.
The party kicks off early Sunday afternoon with local DJ’s & a Brooklyn tin bar out back.
For the Foodies
A five course feast of Japanese craft beers matched with Zhou Zhou’s Chapel Street famous dumplings. Who in their right mind would miss this?
Beer & food are like salt & pepper, besties since forever. Smudge Eats & Mountain Goat has brought the besties together at Amok on Chapel Street with a $40 set menu, paired perfectly with Goat!
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