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March 26, 2015
7:00 pm

Hawthorn’s favourite haunt Beer DeLuxe is treating guests to a journey through the weird and wonderful with a four course degustation from MoonDog breweries.

The event, dubbed Down the Rabbit Hole will held on March 26th featuring delicious courses, paired perfectly with five MoonDog beer in a truly epic showcase of the fusion between beer and food.

MoonDog is best known for their innovative interpretation of beer; combining flavours traditionally not found in the drink. The result is something truly delicious, fit for the Melbournian hipster community.

MoonDog famous brews:

Henry Ford’s Girthsome Fjord: This beer is dark, malty, hoppy and traditionally Belgian – combining rich dark malts, burnt sugar sweetness and bright piney and tropical hop characters.

Perverse Sexual Amalgam: Funky, wild and tart. Aged on oak for 5 months with cherry plums.

Skunkworks: Big, bright tropical fruit hop characteristics against a backdrop of sweet caramel and malt, with smooth pronounced bitterness and hints of wood and cognac

Tickets are $75 and can be purchased by contacting the venue on (03) 98183944.

Moondog
Beer DeLuxe, 329 Burwood Road, Hawthorn
Thursday March 26, 7pm


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