Docklands! A new brew-house and pub opened last weekend. Urban Alley opened it’s door for 500 guests to try their new signature beer range: Urban Ale (4.5%), Urban Lager (4.7%), Urban Dark (5.4%) and Urban APA (5.5%). The location is right in the Docklands at the Melbourne Star Ferris wheel.
Acclaimed artist Daniel Hernandez created 9 x pieces of original art pieces on-site. Live acoustic music and resident DJ ‘Karl entertained the crowed while they enjoyed the pub’s menu, Rare Beef Striploin on garlic croutons, Beetroot Cured Salmon with crispy quinoa, Moroccan Lamb Kebabs with garlic & mint yoghurtand Southern Fried Chicken Skewers topped with sriracha mayo.
Party time! Lots of fun.
New Brew-Pub in Docklands, Melbourne
Melbourne CBD’s largest and latest eco-brewery with adjoining brew-pub is located right at the Melbourne Star. Try one of their 4 core beers or go and taste some monthly brewers and seasonal releases ( such as Alley IPA, Raspberry American Wrye and The Polish Samurai (Japanese hops). The large pub features a beautiful undercover outdoor space.
The brewery aesthetic is a sustainability-focused design, including reclaimed bricks and wood architectural elements. The on-site 25-hectolitre production facility is separated from the brew-pub by only windows. See how your beer is made while enjoying your drink and food.
You can’t buy happiness but you can buy beer … and that’s almost the same.
The Urban Alley Brewery brew-pub is open for business seven days a week from 11am– 1am.
Urban Ale – made in a Melbourne Eco brewery
Urban Ale – sold in 4 , 6 or 24 packs with E6PR biodegradable can holders at Liquorland. It’s a a pale style entry level craft beer. A step up from the classic styles. A clean and crisp ale. It’s on the market for over 2 years and can be found in some of Melbourne’s most iconic pubs such as Bartronica, The Garden State Hotel, Naked for Satan, Lucky Coq and The European Bier Café.