Dad & Dave’s Brewing, Brookvale

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SYDNEY | Dad & Dave’s Brewing is a family owned and run brewery started by beer lovers Dave Dumay and his dad John in 2011. Dave, a trained chef, dabbled in home brewing with John, an intellectual capital lecturer for a few years before deciding to produce their beers on a wider scale.

The brewery and taproom is located in their former Brookvale warehouse, and it’s here where you can find Dad & Dave’s beer at its freshest. The space is fit out simply, but it does the trick and there’s a real friendly community atmosphere here. The core range contains four beers – a Pale Ale, Belgian IPA, Pilsner, and Golden Ale. Our favourite is the #1 Pale Ale, a 4.6% ABV Australian Pale Ale with a nice malt sweetness and tropical notes. Keep an eye out for limited releases, such as the #0, a seasonal open whiskey porter which like the other beers on offer, started life as a home brew before being perfected at the brewery.

There’s no kitchen at the brewery, however a rotating selection of food trucks and pop-ups means that there’s always something to eat.

4 Pines Truck Bar

2/1 Chard Road
Brookvale
New South Wales 2100
Australia

Telephone: 0432 882 024
E-mail: n/a
Website

Open
Fri: 5:00pm to 9:00pm
Sat: 12:30pm to 6:30pm
Sun: 12:00pm to 6:00pm

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