well it has been a long long time. It was hard to think about brewing when I couldn't open the doors. Now we're open the brewing passion has returned in spades, or may be mash paddles!What a time to sign back in. Glad to see it in fruition, if I ever head down to Melbourne this will be on the itinerary.
Thanks Barry, when were you in? I drop remember speaking to a guy with crutches, possibly you? I am glad to you had a nice experience! Make sure you let me know who you are next time you pop in. GrantCongratulations Mate, you have so nailed it. I am sipping a gorgeous NEIPA chatting to your awesome staff member. This is my second outing - on crutches after a recent knee replacement and I can’t think of a better place to be. It is on my tram line and will become my new local for sure. I can see many work drinks here too. Cheers
Looks fantastic, we will definitely see you some time soon.Nice article on Nice Guys Brewery and Bar by the team at Concrete Playground. Nice Guys Is Victoria Street's New 70s-Inspired Microbrewery and Taproom
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I’ve seen what looks to be similar venue a few years ago. Was this formally a tattoo parlour?
No it wasn't. There is a tattoo parlour a few doors down. The venue was a crusty warehouse devoid of character. I think they sold blankets but nothing had been done for about 40 years. We did the full fit out including the arches, everything! If I had known what it would take at the start I would never have embarked on it. That said though, most things worthwhile in life are hard.I’ve seen what looks to be similar venue a few years ago. Was this formally a tattoo parlour?
I agree that food is important. The kitchen will open in the coming months. We will do a range of bao buns.The pics look great, the beer descriptions on the website inviting. No food menu? That often works in the US, but seems rarer here. One quite good brewery near us has rebranded itself with emphasis on being a restaurant.