Brick Lane Brewing

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Name
Brick Lane Brewing
Address

41 Imagine Way
Dandenong South
VIC 3175

Phone
(03) 9525 0938
Open Hours

Thurs & Fri: midday to 6pm
(bottleshop sales only)

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Brick Lane Brewing Regulars

Brick Lane Someday Watermelon & Raspberry Sour

Tapped June 19th, 2020
There's no rhyme or reason to the beer world these days. Unless, of course, you live by the motto: more of everything, always. You'd typically expect to see brewers launch a range of easy-going, fruity refreshers in the lead-up to summer rather than at a time when people in their hometown are waking up to morning frosts. But Brick Lane must figure any day is good for Someday. The series launches with a twin set, including this Watermelon & Raspberry offering. It's the former that takes to the… Read more
Style
Fruit Sour
ABV
4.2%
Stockists

Available in VIC, NSW & QLD

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Brick Lane Someday Blood Orange Sour

Tapped June 19th, 2020
One of two fruit sours to leave Brick Lane at the same time in winter 2020, Blood Orange is the leaner of the pair. While Watermelon & Raspberry is akin to a sorbet in a can, here you're hit with a blast of unmistakable blood orange aromas in a beer that continues comes at you with a singular purpose. Clearer in the glass than its compatriot, anything overtly sour or funky is kept well under wraps, yet there's still a sharpness to its cleansing edge. Fruity, refreshing, easy-going. James Smith… Read more
Style
Fruit Sour
ABV
4.2%
Stockists

Available in VIC, NSW & QLD

Or order direct here

Brick Lane Brewing Base Lager

When Brick Lane launched, you might have taken a look at their backstory and backers, which includes some big names from worlds such as sport and media, and figured this was unlikely to be an operation that, a few years down the line, would launch a lineup of fruit sours or take part in a global brew led by NYC hype-meisters Other Half. What you might well have expected was a lager with the majority of the country's drinkers in mind. By 2020, it's become a case of: "Why not have both?" What… Read more
Style
4.4%

Brick Lane Fine Line Lager

I'm not exactly sure where the cut-off between mid-strength and light beer is, or if it matters, but certainly Brick Lane have taken the approach that, when other brewers go low for their mid-strength offerings, they go lower. The Fine Line Lager – one of two lagers in their core range – tips the scales at a mere 3 percent ABV. But don't go thinking this is some watered down offering; it's actually the more classically minded of the two. Aromas are of the noble hop variety – floral and spicy… Read more
Style
Light Lager
ABV
3.0%

Brick Lane One Love Pale

As a lifelong Manchester United fan (at least until they appointed Mourinho – a step too far after the Glazer takeover that took me into the arms of Burton Albion, AKA The Brewers, in stead), the phrase "One Love" instantly brings to mind the banner that adorns the Stretford End at Old Trafford, itself a reference to the Stone Roses classic. So, let's see how I can weave that into Brick Lane's core range pale ale... I'll be honest, I'm struggling to work out how to find reference points… Read more
Style
Pale Ale
ABV
4.4%

Brick Lane Red Hoppy Ale

Let's get one thing out the way quickly: this Red Hoppy Ale isn't actually that red. It sits somewhere between copper and amber. But, semantics out of the way, what's it actually like? The first thing that comes to mind is brittle, albeit one low on the nuts, higher on the sweet, sugary stuff holding it all together. The meeting of specialty malts and fruity hops creates a mix of soft berries and nougat on nose, then dry, toasty, doughy malt and a touch of spice on palate. I'd go with American amber… Read more
Style
American Amber
ABV
5.3%

Brick Lane Supernova IPA

One Love. Supernova. Is there a Mancunian music lover lurking within Brick Lane, one smart enough to now it's worth trying to appease both sides of the red/blue divide? Certainly, there are brewers who understand how to create an IPA for the current climate. Supernova is very much of its time: pale in colour with candied tropical aromas, pine and pineapple, plus hints of liquorice adding depth, of which the hop combo at play here provides plenty. Keep going and a dankness makes its way into proceedings,… Read more
Style
IPA
ABV
6.8%
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