A few weeks ago, our friends at Goldtoast Supper Club approached us to prepare beer for their upcoming “Colonial Australia” themed dinner.
It will be a tight squeeze to fit it in, but we don’t want to let them down either.
For those who don’t know much about nightclubs, I’ll let them explain.
“Goldtoast super Club is a unique dining experience that involves not only food, but also company and a brazen adventure.
From New York to London to Cuba, these secret supper clubs and guests offer an alternative dining experience for those looking for something new, fun and exciting!
Goldtoast super Club is a small pop-up restaurant with a more casual attitude, located on the Gold Coast, Queensland, with mobile homes. Each location is a tightly wrapped secret that is only revealed after the purchase of a ticket.”
To us, producing a beer for their next event sounded like the perfect match. Given the theme and the diversity of the audience, it’s clear that this is an all-Australian event.
It will have Australian malts, Australian wheat and, of course, Australian hops, Linwood’s Pride, Ella and Mystery to be exact.
We have some labels made and are ready to bottle in a few weeks while we wait for the yeast to finish its work.
If anyone thinks this event sounds as awesome as we do, you can purchase tickets directly from the GTSC website and it will be held on September 27th.
We’ll be there, and hopefully you’ll be there too!
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