The Blind Monk, located in the heart of Hamilton’s Beaumont Street, is focused on showcasing the best and the newest from the Australian craft beer scene, and doing so with panache.
The bar boasts 15 constantly rotating Australian and International craft beers and ciders, as well as the largest whisky collection in the Hunter, and a free function centre.
The knowledgeable staff love to intertwine beer with food, providing beer-friendly fare that is simple, fresh and tasty.
They also run regular degustation events, as well as cocktail, whisky and wine master classes.
On February 28, The Blind Monk is serving up a four-course degustation dinner paired with beers from Tasmanian craft beer company Moo Brew.
Come along for an evening full of food and beer as executive chef Ben and head brewer from Moo Brew, Dave (all the way from Tassie), talk you through the flavour pairings.
Tickets are $65 and includes a four-course set meal, paired with four Moo Brew beers.
The name “The Blind Monk” is inspired by Pierre Pérignon, the famed Benedictine monk and cellar master of the Abbey of Hautvillers in Champagne, France who famously selected his grapes blindfolded to ensure the greatest flavour and quality.
For more information ring (02) 4023 5290, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.theblindmonk.com.au.