They say the best thing out of Sydney is the road to Melbourne, and anyone who has enjoyed the fantastic drinking culture of Sydney’s southern sister would be inclined to agree.
Lucky for Sydneysiders, Melbourne’s best is filtering to the top and making the long journey north to our benefit.
One of the newest Melburnian exports is the Local Taphouse. This boutique beer hall serves a stack of truly fantastic Beers from the tap. $15 $13 gets you a six beer tasting platter and a bloody good time.
The taphouse also runs a blog, just to keep you up to date with all things cold, bubbly and amber coloured.
The food looks good, and if my glowing endorsement isn’t enough, get a load of what is currently on tap:
- Bridge Road ‘Chevalier’ Saison
- Bridge Road Chevalier Biere de Guarde.
- Barons Lemon Myrtle Wit
- Potters Smoked Oyster Stout
- 3 Ravens Dark Smoke Beer
- Mountain Goat Hightail Ale
- Leffe Blonde
- Murray’s Sassy Blonde
- James Squire Czech Pilsener
- Trumer German Pilsner
- Hofbrau Munich Helles
- Kostritzer Schwarzbier
- Matilda Bay ‘Fat Yak’ U.S Pale Ale
- Wicked Elf U.S Pale Ale
- Little Creatures U.S Pale Ale
- James Squire Amber Ale
- Hoegaarden Wit
- Franziskaner Hefeweizen
- Coopers Sparkling Ale
Got a powerful thirst? Get along to 122 Flinders St to quench it.
ANZAC special on Saturday, Microbrews from NZ and Aussie, really good, hard to find stuff. Come and play some two up! You might even find a Pink Elephant….
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Nice review. Thought I’d let you know the Tasting Paddles are just $13 (not $15). Even more of a bargain!
Hope to see you at the Anzac Day SpecTAPular beerfest (from noon)..