Otter’s Promise, Armadale

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MELBOURNE | Otter’s Promise is a craft beer bar and bottle shop in Armadale, offering locals a fantastic array of quality brews to enjoy. Located in amongst the wedding shops and cafes of High Street, Otter’s Promise means that this part of town is no longer a craft beer wasteland. In the fridges you’ll find over 400 beers, mostly from Australia, while six rotating taps showcase new and fresh brews from local breweries.

Owner Dan Taranto wants Otter’s Promise to be the kind of place where locals and visitors alike can feel comfortable, and the space certainly gives off that vibe. Exposed brick and warm lighting combine with timber furniture, recycled furnishings and natural sunlight to create a welcoming space. Dan can be found at the small bar at the front of the single room space while tables, stools, fridges and shelves occupy the rest of the space.

For those who aren’t into beer Otter’s Promise is still worth a visit, with a small but quality selection of local wines and spirits from the likes of Lucy Margaux, Jamsheed, Archie Rose and Four Pillars. There’s no kitchen on site but a few bar snacks are offered and you can order in food from any number of the nearby restaurants.

And as for the name, it comes from two English malts that are commonly used in beer – Golden Promise and Maris Otter.

Otter’s Promise

1219 High Street
Armadale
Victoria 3143
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9042 2785
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Sun, Tue – Wed: 12:00pm to 8:00pm
Thu: 12:00pm to 9:00pm
Fri – Sat: 12:00pm to 10:00pm

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