With Father’s Day is coming up incredibly soon, and the AFL Grand Final just around the corner it’s definitely the season for beer. We’re always stumped on what to do for the day where we celebrate our Dads and everything they do for us. But if your Dad considers himself a beer connoisseur, then The Warradale
is the perfect place to take him for a few bevvies on his special day and maybe even pick up a limited edition gift as well.
With a huge range of local, imported, craft and tap beers, your Dad will be in beer heaven. Dad can expect to down a few pints from quality brewers from the likes of Pirate Life, Big Shed, Stockade, 4 Pines, James Boags, Coopers, Asahi, Stella Artois, James Squire and even more. Don’t worry if you’re not into beer though, they also have a massive range of wines, ports, gins, whiskies and pretty much any other alcoholic beverage you could dream of.
Enjoy their massive range of drinks with some quality food (you need to soak up all that booze somehow). Shout Dad some oysters, King Prawns, a pizza or really spoil him and buy him a half a kilo Rib Eye.
Not enough for your Dad? Well, The Warradale have something very special that will show your beer-lovin’ father how much you care. The good blokes down there are releasing 20 special packs of 8 Coopers Vintage Ale from their cellar.
Each 8 pack contains a bottle of each 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 Vintage Ale plus 2 Coopers Chalice Glasses. At only $50 a pack, we can’t think of a better gift for Dad. If your Dad has patience too, the gift will become even better, as Dr Tim Cooper claims “Those who have the patience to cellar the beer will enjoy enhanced flavours in years to come.”
The beer is designed to mature with time, as the bitterness slowly mellows and gives way to rich, sweet, caramel-like characters. They recommend that beer-lovers buy a carton to either enjoy while the ale is in its youth, cellar and savour every few months, or even compare with previous and future Vintages.”
The Coopers brewers have been working at the 2017 Vintage Ale for months. Slaving over the brew. Relentlessly testing it to ensure it’s the best it can be. And just when they thought it was ready for you, they tested it again. Yes, it’s a tough job crafting the ultimate beer but someone has to do it. The beer is distinguished by its crimson-red colour and full-bodied taste; rich in malt, honey and dry nutty characters, the ale has evolved with the inclusion of a special blend of caramalt. The caramalt contributes well to the balance of bold malt flavours and the softness of a fine and creamy head.
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