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This week it is all about the craft beer and here is what we think are the best value, whether it be all-you-can-eat and drink, or just some of our favourite beers and pubs.
One of our favourite breweries is putting all-you-can-eat food and beer all day! They even pick you up from Fed Square.
Featuring more than 35 different craft beers on tap from more than seven breweries, live bands, collaboration brews, limited releases, one off kegs, games, prizes and giveaways.
Four courses of delicious fare matched with a bottomless supply of the one of the best brewers in Victoria, La Sirene.
The artisanal brewing company is taking over the taps of their generous host and unveiling an exclusive brew that'll last until the final drop is drunk. To celebrate, the good Dr is putting on canapés, local mussels, a lamb spit roast and dessert to match.
We chose this basically because the Napier has either finished first or second in our Top Pubs in Melbourne countdown the last three years. Any excuse to go there is a win for us.
Showcasing the full range of 4 Cricketers Arms beers including our new dark beer brewed especially for Good Beer Week, ‘The Nightwatchman’, and served with canapés throughout the evening.
We love Pope Joan, whether it be rising from bed at 11am for their English breakfast with blood pudding, or a few craft beers at the bar (prime dating place). Here you'll get 5 courses matched with 3 ravens beer, personally my favourite local brewer.
An adventure for the palate comprising five courses cooked by Pope Joan's master, Vanessa Mateus, constructed around the many beers from the 3 Ravens portfolio and some very special brews by the beer evangelist himself, Brendan O'Sullivan.
All week, Beer Deluxe is offering a pot of goat and burger for $15 (lunch). Don't mind if I do!
14 May 2015 11:27 PMUpdated
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