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New beer cafe opens in Brisbane

November 18, 2015
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November 10: This Friday, the doors are being flung open to a new laneway venue with a mantra of good beer & good food.

In the heart of Brisbane’s cultural precinct. Saccharomyces Beer Cafe is part beer hall, part indoor beer garden with an emphasis on artisan-produced drinks and eats from all over the country and the world.

Saccharomyces will be serving an AM menu seven days a week including coffee from the Artisan Coffee Roaster and breakfast classics such as Eggs Benedict and Peanut Butter pancakes.

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The PM bar service will be available Tuesday to Sunday accompanied by a rotating and seasonal food menu allowing patrons to find something a little different on every visit.

Saccharomyces is the brainchild of amateur home-brewers and beer lovers Simon Booy & Luke Gardiner who have created the venue with the help of Booy’s siblings Dirk & Felicity.

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To them, the new venture represents the opportunity to make craft & handmade alcohol more accessible to enthusiasts and the mainstream alike in a bar unlike any other in Brisbane – designed by May Tree Studios it features custom furniture and fittings by local businesses: Hand Built Co, Blumen Watts & Pop Concrete.

With a casual laneway feel, 10 taps and a handpicked stock of bottles, Saccharomyces has something to offer for both locals and visitors.

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