December 15 2016

THE PAYDAY PAYOFF

Who doesn’t love a golden ticket? Well, in this case a golden coaster.  Order a pint or a pot of our new Pay Day Pale Ale in any of the great venues below and you’re in the running to win anything from free beer to a free beer garden. So what exactly is the Pay Off?

  • 1 in 10 to win another Pay Day
  • 1 in 500 to win a case of Pay Day
  • 1 in 10,000 to win your own beer garden – think keg, kegerator, umbrella, two  deck chairs and naturally a little astro turf to really spruce things up. We’ll even come and install it.

Just check the bottom of the coaster served with your Pay Day to see if you’re a winner.

You can get the Pay Off from these venues

• Metropolitan Hotel
Bella Union
Grand View Hotel
Sister Bella
Sherlock Holmes
Workers Club
Freddie Wimpoles
Grape n Grain

Barton Fink

• Republic of Elwood

 

See the Pay Day Pay Off Terms and Conditions here.

October 27 2016

Introducing Pay Day Pale

We’ve been counting down to Pay Day this week, searching the couch for spare coins, surviving off a diet of two minute noodles, and looking to sell a kidney if necessary to get us through the final days.

And finally… we’ve reached it! Today is the launch of our newest brew called, Pay Day Pale.

Why the name? Because what’s better than that feeling of freedom when the dollars hit your account?

Pay Day is that feeling of Saturday night, the freedom to go where ever you want and do whatever you want, with no regrets. The feeling of riding on the back of a motorbike, wind in your hair – not a damn worry in the world.

This sessionable pale ale, with its light citrus and stone fruit taste and pine aroma, will remind you of that same feeling. Now you can live like it’s Pay Day, every day.

Pay Day Pale is now on tap at our Beer Hall and across Melbourne at the following venues:

Sherlock Holmes English Pub – CBD

Up In Smoke – Footscray

Bella Union (Trades Hall) – Carlton

Tsubu Bar (Melbourne Uni) – Carlton

Grandview Hotel – West Brunswick

Union Hotel – Brunswick

The Catfish – Fitzroy

Raccoon Club – Preston

Hard Rubbish – Preston

Tyranny of Distance – Windsor

Big Pig Little Pig – Moorabbin

Coppersmith Hotel – South Melbourne

Brunswick Cider House – Fitzroy

Sierra Tango – Cheltenham

Main Street – Mordialloc

Side Street – Mordialloc

Pause Bar – St Kilda East

Rainbow Hotel – Fitzroy

Antique Bar – Elsternwick

Waterslide – Southbank

Grape N Grain – Moorabbin

Mrs Parmas – CBD

Mrs Parmas – Prahran

The Fifth Province – St Kilda

The Local Taphouse – St Kilda

Barton Fink – Thornbury

Ball Court – Sunbury

Boilermaker House – CBD

Kent Street – Collingwood

North Melbourne Hotel – North Melbourne

The Last Jar – CBD

Woodlands Hotels – Coburg

Beer Deluxe – Hawthorn

Zhou Zhou – upstairs at Oriental Tea House – Windsor

 

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May 5 2016

Introducing Walter White

Walter White is a cross-pollination of Brewing and Distilling. The bones of Walter is an Imperial White Ale of Belgian heritage. We then infused this 7.4% ABV ale with aromatics and spices – discarded fresh from the Still at Four Pillars’ Yarra Valley distillery.

The result is a highly aromatic pale beer – with complex spices and citrus rind in the nose. Medium to light bodied, Walter is packed with esters but keeps its alcoholic strength well hidden. Walter will feature at GABS 2016

Stay tuned for availability – soon to hit some of the more interesting tap points around town. IMG_3904-a

April 4 2016

Lazy Boy – Easy IPA

Lazy by name, Easy by nature.

Lazy Boy was made to be easy. Showcasing the attributes of American IPAs, in a really sessionable format.

Easy to drink – but not so easy to make. Balance is what makes this beer so session -able, but from the brewing side this can be challenging. Independent flavour characteristics including: bitterness, body, alcohol strength, hop flavour and malt sweetness need to harmonised.

It’s taken us eight years to work up to making an IPA, and Lazy Boy is the first new permanent beer for us in four years. For now, it’s only available on draught at Melbourne’s most discerning watering holes! Hope you enjoy it as much as we do.

 

September 22 2013

Success at AIBA awards night.

Kingston based 2 Brothers Brewery receives Top Honours at 2013 Australian International Beer Awards

The awards night which was held last week is the international brewing community’s night of nights with over 700 national and international brewers in attendance. At the conclusion of an intensive week of judging, the panel awarded 2 Brothers Brewery with the coveted trophy for Champion Small Australian Brewery. The brewery also beat Weihnstephan Brewery, Germany (the world’s oldest brewery, operating since 1040AD) to win the trophy for Best European Style Lager for their lager beer called Taxi.

“This is the highest accolade achievable for breweries of our size and scale” said owner and brewer Andrew Ong. “When we started brewing in 2007, we never dreamt of receiving this level of recognition.”. Other trophy winners included Coopers Brewery (S.A) and Boston Beer Company (USA).

The competition is held annually and administered by the Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria. This year it attracted a record number of 1490 entries from 277 breweries and 35 countries. Beers were critiqued by judges from Australia, Norway, Belgium, United States, United Kingdom, Japan and NZ.

2 Brothers Brewery opened the doors to their Moorabbin based brewery in 2007. They also won trophies for Best Victorian Beer in 2009 and 2010. The brewery uses raw ingredients from Australia and around the world to hand craft a range of beer styles from light to dark. They produce roughly 2000 litres of beer each week which is sold on tap at independent Melbourne bars and pubs. The brothers’ first beer was “Taxi” which was initially designed as a stepping stone to satisfy locals who were used to drinking Fosters products. Taxi has found favour with many beer lovers and is the “house pour” at several venues around Melbourne.