Yes, it is here. I know it may not seem real but the season of good times is upon us! We’ve been receiving lots of booking requests for Christmas Parties so i thought I’d throw out a quick reminder that it is game on! If you’re wanting to book over the next little period, feel free to give us a buzz on 9319 6609 or email email@example.com
On Sunday we launched our events for craft beer week. We’ve teamed up with a couple of our favourite brewers who have a bit of a residency on our taps to do have a bit of fun with our old friend beer.
Dr Karl’s Beer and Cheese Sensory Explosion
Doc (from Doctor’s Orders Brewing) and myself (Karl) have teamed up to match some local, interstate and international sour beers with a bunch of interesting cheeses. Doc’s keg of Electrolyte is tapped keg is tapped and the cheese is cut.
IPA a Day
Yep, the boys at the Grifter and Yulli’s beer dude Harvs have been on the brew. They’ve put together 4 IPA’s, 3 of which have used the same wort (malty, juicy goodness) but undergone different hopping regimes (balancing/bittering and aromatic elements). The fourth is a celebratory ale commemorating the birth of Grifter head brewer Glen’s first born. We’ll be tapping our first of the IPAs tomorrow (Wednesday).
We’re climaxing in a frothy, coconuty mess this Saturday at 2pm with the launch of the Two Birds and Grifter collaboration brew Kokonatsu. Can you think of anything more right now than brown ales and coconuts? After the launch there will be a brew battle between a couple of 2 birds kegs and the Grifter’s brews, them ladies look like they can scrap – Grifter boys beware.
This Sunday, fresh from many years of touring with Jersey Boys, a great friend of Yulli’s Glen Moorehouse will be pulling up a window seat bustin some tunes. He’ll be playing a mix of originals and covers from about 2pm.
Just tapped and yum…
The oatmeal gives it great body and mouthfeel, it has a beautiful creamy head and a tasty roasted late pallet. The boys tell me there is no smoked malt but that smokey/roasted flavour really comes through.
Come down on Sunday afternoon to listen to Gareth Jay sing away the afternoon. From 2pm ’til 5pm he’ll be making some sweet tunes.
Listen to one of his originals here
This Sunday will feature the lovely Bec O’brien in the main seating area of Yulli’s from 2pm check her out at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4g8-YOGUA4. Siri, our head chef, is cracking out her highly sought after Panang Curry (Vegan/GF) as this week’s special so with Bec on the mic and Siri in the kitchen it should be a bit of sensory intensity this Sunday.
Harley wil be screening his film One Drum this Wednesday 3rd July in the Screening Room and performing the accompanying soundtrack live! The screening will begin at 8pm and we’ll open the doors at 6pm – if you want to book a table, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 93196609.
We will be open each day of the long weekend from 11:30am (including the Monday public holiday) until late. Jamie Macdowell will be playing some tunes on Sunday from 2pm.
You can check him out here
Beers and Bards is on again on Tuesday 21st May. There’s been a bit of chatter about it because we are lucky enough to have Bravo Child headlining which is kind of a big deal. Alana Hicks will also be strutting her stuff along with a chat from Happy Goblin Brewer Colin about his Bitter, which is a cracker – beautiful creamy head, fantastic malt and lovely hop balance make for a very drinkable ale!
The menu for the night will be:
Braised figs stuffed w herbed feta
Mini Massaman Pie w mash
For more info see http://www.facebook.com/YullisScreeningRoom.
Beers and Bards is back on Tuesday 16th April.
Beer-wise, an old favourite Matt is back from St Peters Brewery and will be chatting away about a special brew he has done for the night he calls the Ugly American. He’s also got a poem of his own that he’ll be sharing after he talks beer. Yes, Matt is awesome.
Cost is $30 which includes dinner, 3 acts and the beer of the night.
For bookings http://beersandbards16apr.eventbrite.com
The menu for the night is:
Braised figs stuffed with herbed feta
Mini massaman pies with mash
Artichoke and goat’s curd arrancine