SAVE THE DATE! WE’RE OPENING NOVEMBER 24TH!
You got it, we’ll be swinging open the doors to our brewpub at noon on Friday, November 24th 2017. We’ll be celebrating the whole weekend, kicking on til late Friday, Saturday and Sunday night. This will be the first opportunity to taste all our exclusive beers, with eight different varieties pouring across our ten taps. To round out the tap list, we’ve got Empire Apple Cider fresh from the Yarra Valley and everyone’s favourite weekend cocktail, the Aperol Spritz. Our full menu will be available til late, featuring stone-fired pizzas, hand-rolled pastas and beer-perfect snacks to share. Get keen, it’s set to be a big weekend.
See you there,
BURNLEY BREWING COMES ON BOARD AS KEY SPONSOR FOR HEAD OF THE YARRA
We’re stoked to announce our sponsorship of the annual Head of the Yarra regatta conducted by Hawthorn Rowing Club. The 2017 race is set for November 25th, just in time for our grand opening, which makes the partnership even more exciting. Head of the Yarra attracts entrants from over 200 eights and is the largest rowing event for eights in the Southern Hemisphere. Dubbed Australia’s rowing classic, the event finish line is just across the road from us at Yarra Bank Reserve. We’ll be giving our awesome mobile bar a whirl for the first time ever, giving punters their first taste of a Bunley Beer. Our champion chefs have designed a hand-rolled pasta and wine stall for hungry spectators and carb-loading competitors alike. Check out the race and come say g’day from 10am.
BURNLEY BREWING TEAMS UP WITH THESE DAYS COFFEE ROASTING FOR THE COFFEE BROWN ALE.
Put your hand up if you love coffee? Who are we kidding? This is Melbourne, of course you love coffee. Which is why we’ve buddied up with Richmond’s newest boutique coffee roasters, These Days Coffee Roasting, for an awesome beer/coffee match made in heaven; our Coffee Brown Ale. Head brewer Micahel Stanzel has already blown our minds with his genius addition of lactose, which is the sugar found in milk. What does this mean for your mouth? Well, lactose is too complex for the yeast to digest, so it will remain in the beer unfermented, resulting in a slightly sweet, full-bodied and smooth feel in your mouth.
As for the coffee part, These Days has delivered the goods in the form of a hand picked, grade 1, single origin coffee from Konga in Yirgechefe, Ethiopia. This unique roast displays notes of dried apricot, honey and melon, which Michael has made to shine alongside the toffee and caramel malt aromas and floral and citrus American hop aromas. The Coffee Brown is a well-balanced beer experience.
If you haven’t heard of These Days Coffee Roasting, it’s because they haven’t even officially launched yet! Roasting from Holla Food and Drink on Victoria Street, owners Matt Ward and Phil Gijsbers have opened seventeen hospitality businesses between them, with two more in the works. Phew! Check out their other venues: Hard Pressed Coffee, Holla Food and Drink, Pedro Espresso, Saint James Café and Eastside (coming soon!).
The Coffee Brown Ale with These Days Coffee Roasting is going to be on tap from opening day, so get in quick because it won’t last long!