Deeds Brewing turns 10

Open a cold one at the brewery’s birthday party – featuring 10 iconic beers and 10 dishes to celebrate 10 years.

Opened just over a year ago, Deeds Taproom was the first brewery to launch in the town of Stonnington. But its story began in 2012, when co-founders Patrick Alé and Dave Milstein started making their own beer using equipment from other breweries.

During this period, Deeds brewed over 190 beers in total. Now, 10 of his most iconic beers – the cream of the foam – are poured at a birthday bash to celebrate a decade of deeds.

Spill a retro can or discover a new favourite. Each beer also comes with a dish that borrows ingredients from the brewery: think stout-braised beef cheek, porterhouse steak and sausage rolls, mini pulled-pork burgers and more.

There is a day session from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. and a night session from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. Tickets are $100 (plus reservation fee) and include 10 beers, all 10 assorted dishes, and a souvenir glass to take home. Limited edition products will also be available on the day.

More information and tickets here.

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