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August 2019

OKTOBERFEST 2019

We’re transforming our Bridge Road brewpub to a Bavarian Bierfest by creating 12 exclusive beers brewed on site to the German Purity Law and a Munich-inspired menu for an epic 24-day celebration of German beer styles.

Kicking off with the ringing of the bell and Schlager music on the evening of Friday September 20, the FEST-ivities include:

  • Pick up your personalised Fest Card and be REWARDED for tasting all 12 beers. Tick off a pint of each throughout the fest and WIN a pork knuckle and Burnley hat on us, worth $76*!
  • UPGRADE your first pint to a stein for FREE by sporting your dirndl or lederhosen
  • Lager MASTERCLASS with German-trained head brewer Michael Stanzel at 6.30pm Thursday October 3. Bookings essential, see below
  • MUNICH Bier Hall MENU starring pork knuckle, bratwurst, Weiner shnitzel and bretzel
  • One very special keg of our EXCLUSIVE 2018 BOCKBIER, tapping 6pm Thursday September 26
  • Extra loving to our GERMAN friends, show your passport for a FREE beer upsize (one per person)
  • SPECIAL release Helles beer in cans and kegs. Hit up your local bottle shop or contact chloe@burnleybrewing.com.au for more
  • Schlager music, decorations, beer history and all round good times.

See the event on Facebook here

Beer fans, we’re in the privileged position of being able to give these beers the time and care they deserve; we began brewing in July to allow each the time to fully lager. The epic beer lineup includes our Helles, Märzen, Dunkles, Schwarzbier, Rauchbier, Weizen, Dunkles Weizen, Bockbier, a single keg of 2018’s Bockbier which has been lagering all year (omg), Czech Pils, Kölsch and a Cucumber Kölsch. Are you thirsty yet?

Book your ticket to the Lager Masterclass here.

Join us to celebrate the art of traditional German brewing and styles, Prost!

Sincerely, Burnley

 
July 2019

Brunswick Beer Collective & Burnley Brewing present: The Pie Series – Apple Pie Imperial Stout.

Picture this. A perfectly cooked pie. But not just any pie. This is an apple pie. Like the ones your grandma used to make when winter got you down. And now imagine that pie is a beer.⁣

Have we got your attention?

⁣Introducing the winter slice, an apple pie imperial stout made by us in collaboration with the great people at Brunswick Beer Collective podcast, Instagram & website.
⁣We’ll be launching this beer on tap on July 31st at our place. Kick off is at 6pm until late, with big beers for the price of small beers.

⁣And don’t think we’re stopping at one, because the winter slice is just the first beer in a series we’re calling The Pie Round. It’s four amazing beers inspired by four equally amazing pies; one for each season and all for you.

⁣So come on down and join us to celebrate the launch, share a beer, and reminisce about that winter apple pie.

⁣What: The Winter Slice (Apple Pie Imperial Stout) launch⁣
When: 6pm until 11pm, July 31st, 2019⁣
Where: Burnley Brewing, 648 Bridge Road, Richmond⁣ 3121
Why: Because you won’t regret it.

Sincerely, Burnley

 
June 2019

Tour de France Tourmalet party

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8pm 20 July 2019

Join the Peloton – cos cyclists need to carbo-load, right!? 
We’ve teamed up with À BLOC beer, Bicycle Network & Curve Cycling for an epic Tour de France Tourmalet party.
Catch all 117.5kms of gruelling bends through the French Alps of Stage 14, Tarbes > Tourmalet Barèges live and loud on the big screen.
Register via Eventbrite to receive 10% off all food and drink from 8pm until close, with pizzas on offer until midnight. 
Plus, every drink purchased will enter you in the draw to WIN a Burnley x MAAP cycling jersey (worth $160) and 2 x tickets to United Energy Around the Bay (up to the value of $285 each). We’ll also have a stack of other giveaways on the night, courtesy of Burnley, Curve and À BLOC.
For our friends missing Burnley x À BLOC’s 1% Ultralight IPA, we’ve got a keg lined up especially for the occasion, along with our latest collab, the 2.8% session blonde – on tap now!

Hurry, places are limited so click here to register now!

Sincerely, Burnley