HOME DELIVERY (Only for City of Bayside, Kingston & Glen Eira – FREE DELIVERY) – How does it work?
1 Case Minmium Order or Half Dozen of Wine (Choose from any listed below)
BOTTLES – Kung Foo, Pay Day, Taxi, Growler & Grizz = $69 Per Case
Little Apple Cider & Gypsy Pear Cider = $65 Per Case
CANS (16 Pack) – Space XPA, Kung Foo & Payday = $65 Per Case
Clifford The Big Red Double IPA (8%ABV) = $95 Per Case
ALL WINE – $12 A BOTTLE
Wynns – Cab Sav
Morgans Bay – Cab Merlot
Rymill Coonawarra – Shiraz
Chain of Fire – Chardonay
Woodbrook Farm Brut – Champagne
Bremerton – Rose
Text in your order & address to M0451743978 by 4pm every Thursday. That number again We will call you Friday morning to process payment over the phone.
Your order will then be delivered at no extra cost between 1 & 5pm on Friday afternoon where it will be left in a safe position on your doorstep (all we need to do is sight the person receiving to ensure they’re over 18…..this can be from behind a window!). That’s it!
If you have any questions please feel free to message us on Facebook messenger or email us at email@example.com and we will get back to you ASAP.
BEERHALL BOTTLE SHOP (PICK-UPS) – How does it work?
2 Brothers will be operating our very own Bottle shop right out of the BeerHall doors!.
Simply come down between the hours of 1 & 5pm every Thursday, Friday & Saturday to pick up your takeaways (no minimum order) (please pay with card).
GROWLERS can now be filled at the 2 Brothers Bottleshop!
𝗔𝗻𝘆 𝗖𝗼𝗿𝗲 𝗥𝗮𝗻𝗴𝗲 𝟮 𝗟𝗶𝘁𝗿𝗲 𝗚𝗿𝗼𝘄𝗹𝗲𝗿 𝗳𝗶𝗹𝗹 𝗶𝘀 𝗷𝘂𝘀𝘁 $𝟭𝟰!
𝗦𝗲𝗮𝘀𝗼𝗻𝗮𝗹 𝗳𝗶𝗹𝗹𝘀 𝗮𝗿𝗲 $𝟭𝟴!
*All growlers are rinsed and sanitised prior to being filled. In addition each tap facuet is sanitised prior to filling.
Keg hire will go on! If you want any of our kegs please use our regular Keg Hire page to process your order (Link in menu above)
Pick up for kegs is on Thursday & Friday between 1 & 5pm. Orders placed before Wednesdays will be available for pick-up that week.
*Thursdays orders will be available for Friday pick-up that week.
Again, if you have any questions please feel free to message us on Facebook messenger or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you ASAP.
This BeerHall main stay has found its way into its very own aluminium life ship that’s primed to put your head in the clouds ☁️🚀
Double dry hoped with Galaxy, Citra & Chinook, it’s packed with flavours of stone-fruit, guava & melon. Tins available from the BeerHall as of today and stockists as of next week!
Pronounced ‘Batch’ – Our latest IPA creation comes off the back of brewer Chris’s recent trip to a small coastal town called Whangamata where he was stayed in a tiny beach shack …AKA – a batch 🏝.
As brewers and keen beer enthusiasts, one of the most enjoyable things to do on holidays is to try the local produce. In the case of New Zealand it’s always really exciting and intriguing as their variety of hops are completely unique. Common flavours and aromas that you’ll find are blackberry, gooseberry, honey-dew and even a white grape or white wine like character.
Bach is no exception to these traits with a big hit of blackberry and ribeena on the nose & hints of strawberries and cream hiding amongst the underlying grassy pine. Copper in colour with a subtle malt profile. It has a creamy summer berry flavour balanced with a herbaceous bitterness. The subtle malt profile lends to sessionability like no other. Be sure to don your jandals befor cracking one of these.
Double dry hopped with over 30kg of kiwi hops including Motueka and Riwaka with a bit of old faithful Mosaic thrown in!
It was about time we put something hoppy in cans so we decided to double down 👊
After being available in bottle format since its inception, our award winning pale ale ‘Pay Day’ finally earned itself a much deserved run in cans. While we were at it we thought it was time to give what’s become a BeerHall favourite it’s first chance in packaged format, our Grapefruit IPA. Both are fresh off the canning line and available from the BeerHall today so get them while they’re fresh!
Expect to see them making their way around town in the coming weeks.
The greatest & hardest working man in the brewhouse, Tommy, often tells us tales of his brother working for SpaceX along side the man himself, the Musk. Then out of nowhere, Andrew (one of the brothers) decides to tell us he worked as an aerospace engineer in Seattle (definitely working on shadow projects).
Feeling inadequate and contemplating our own existence as brewers, we brewed this Space XPA to fill the void – a hop driven tropical fruit bowl that satisfies our quest for more.
Available from the BeerHall from the 23rd of October. Only available in keg.
We hope you enjoy!
After years of discussions and requests with customers over our Moorabbin bar we’ve finally got round to doing something many have asked for – getting Voodoo into a packaged format.
Made true to its original recipe, this Voodoo has one slight change, it’s made with 150kg’s of reclaimed bread. This was accomplished through an alliance formed with Toast Ale – a brewery out of London who are dedicated to making beer from reclaimed bread that was otherwise headed for the bin. This presented some pretty fun challenges in the brew house….to say that we had ever intended to load up our mash tun with 150kg of bread would be just a little lie….Nonetheless it was nothing we couldn’t work through with a bit of elbow grease and some fine recommendations from the guys at Toast Ale.
We’re stoked with the result and proud to have been involved with such a great cause.
Available today from the BeerHall.
Originally brewed in 2011, we found our first ever batch of Guvnor being appreciated by beer lovers from all around. Later that year we put the beer to the test at the Australian International Beer Awards and were fortunate enough to take out the champion beer award in the scotch ale and barley wine category.
After enjoying the success this beer brought us, we thought it was fitting that for our 10th anniversary we re-brew The Guv………but this time doing things a little differently.
Brewed in May of 2017, this batch of Guvnor or ‘The Guvnor II’ as it soon became known, was set to become the horcrux of beers (apologies if you’re not familiar with Harry Potter). Following fermentation, the beer was split into 4 separate parts with the idea that each part would endure some form of variable. In other words, we wanted to put each part of Guvnor to the test and see how it would change and develop relevant to its environment over a period of time.
Another big part of this project was being able to ensure we took care of the ageing process from start to finish. By doing this we knew we could deliver the beer we wanted you to enjoy with no further ageing required. This doesn’t mean you can’t store or cellar, you definitely can! All you’ll be doing is more good drinking in name of some quality experimentation!
Part 1 we left in new French oak for 6 months, Part 2 experienced a year on our mezzanine in Starward whisky barrels and Part 3, our latest release and arguably the most exciting so far, has been aging for 2 years on our Beer Hall mezzanine in 1792 bourbon barrels brought over from the heart of bourbon country, Kentucky.
What makes this particular release so ‘special’ for lack of a better word was the devastation that occurred to the 1792 barrel house mid-last year. The entire structure collapsed and the company lost a large portion of its bourbon and consequently its barrels.
Fortunately for us we were lucky to have acquired a couple of these barrels at an earlier date, we can only hope this beer does justice to all that lost bourbon!
As with all our Guvnor releases, these are very hands on projects requiring countless hours from the brewers and team here at 2 Brothers. Part 3 is no different and is a particularly limited batch with just 30 cases to service our entire wholesale market and BeerHall customers.
As always, we recommend enjoying these out of a brandy balloon or snifter having been stored at room temperature.
If you’re lucky enough to have a few on hand, don’t be afraid to store them in a cool dark place and enjoy them in years to come. Part 3 available next Thursday from the BeerHall, Cheers from everyone here at 2 Brothers.
1792 Barrel House Collapse: here
Inspired by a few of his favourite IPA’s over the journey, the brewers got to work using a blend of Kiwi & US hops paired with a backbone of ale, munich, wheat and a touch of crystal malt. This was particularly exciting for us as we set about using strains of hops we had not yet used in the brewhouse. We’re stoked with the end result and we’ve had some pretty awesome feedback over the bar.
Still fresh in the brite tank, come and grab yourself a pint! 🍻🍻
Tasting Notes: Pouring a light sunset orange in the glass, Dave’s IPA first hits you with a array of tropical and pacific notes, think gooseberry, sweet grape and some stone-fruit. The first sip is resinous stone-fruit and passionfruit with berry sweetness followed by a pallet fullness due to the 6.2% ABV and the copious round of dry-hopping this baby endured. We’re proud of it! A Pan Pacific Kiwi IPA – it’s a hybrid just like Dave! Hops: Motueka, Simcoe, Amarillo – Cool double dry hopped for your pleasure.
Has anything Changed?
Absolutely nothing has changed to this beer… It’s the same Kung Foo we’ve been brewing at our Moorabbin Brewery for years. The only difference is it’s now available in the icy cold, thirst quenching, Australian summer, backyard cricket, BBQ best friend, camping essential, CAN format.
Kung-Foo has always been a low-gluten product due to the beer being made with a good portion of rice and as a result less malted barley in the beer. Over the years we became aware that a lot of people enjoy Kung Foo for this reason, so we thought why not celebrate it by stating it on the can and making it clear to anyone who can’t enjoy a regular all-malt beer, that maybe Foo is the right choice for them!
For more info on Foo’s low-gluten story, head to
Kung Foo will be available in 375ml cans, a touch bigger than our 330ml bottles. It will be sold in 4 packs and cases of 16.
Cans will be heading out across Melbourne this week. We recommend heading to your usual stockists, otherwise please contact us directly through email@example.com
Since then, time and temperature have worked their wonders and what we’re left with is something pretty special. The barrels the barley wine were extracting from and mellowing in were those from Starward Distillery, the award winning, multi spirit producing distillery located in Port Melbourne (it’s a great spot to check out if you haven’t already).
Showing wonderful wooded characteristics with some smooth sherry notes, accentuated by the higher end whisky overtones. This one is best served between friends at room temperature in a fine glass or goblet, ideally matched with a dram of Starward Whisky.
*Each release is bottled in black glass, perfect for shielding it from any risk of light damage, making this beer perfect for ageing for countless years to come. Store it as you would a fine red wine. Over time this beer will age to become more intricate and refined, taking on more liqueur and sherry like characteristics.