Not just a beer cafe

Whitsunday Times - - CHILL -

WITH the big­gest se­lec­tion of beers in Air­lie Beach, Den­man Cel­lars Beer Cafe has al­ready won plenty of ac­co­lades but now they’ve added a de­li­cious new menu.

Af­ter re­cently wel­com­ing a new grill, Den­man’s has in­tro­duced a num­ber of new meat op­tions in­clud­ing their amaz­ing 1kg Tom­a­hawk rib fil­let.

They’ve also got their fa­mous share boards.

Their game board fea­tures three dif­fer­ent types of meats and is up­dated ev­ery few weeks, while their brew­ers board comes with Asian style chicken wings, smoked brisket and beer braised pork ribs.

“A lot of our new menu is based on beer styled food,” owner Jac­que­line McLeod said.

“We brought it in just be­fore the school hol­i­days and we’re get­ting re­ally good feed­back with it. It was time for a change and we’re quite happy with it.”

How­ever don’t be fooled into think­ing it’s all meat.

Den­man’s still has their seafood board, which is al­ways pop­u­lar as well as veg­e­tar­ian op­tions.

Ms McLeod said they wanted to fo­cus more on in­cor­po­rat­ing their mas­sive beer of­fer­ings into their menu.

“A lot of the new menu fea­tures beer in some way. For ex­am­ple our beer braised ribs and our choco­late cake is made with stout,” she said.

There will also be some spe­cial new events at the Port of Air­lie beer cafe with dif­fer­ent brew­eries set to be fea­tured each month.

On July 20, Den­man’s will host a rep­re­sen­ta­tive from the Yenda brew­ery, who will put on a four course meal and pair­ing din­ner with the Yenda line of beers.

In Septem­ber they’ll wel­come brew­ery Pi­rate Life for a “talk like a pi­rate day”.

“It’s go­ing to be some­thing dif­fer­ent ev­ery month where we’re hop­ing to get peo­ple with amaz­ing beer knowl­edge to come and talk about how they brew their beer and why,” Ms McLeod said.

To make a book­ing for the event you can con­tact Den­man’s on 4990 6701 or pop into the eatery at Port of Air­lie.


NEW ADDITION: The de­li­cious new of­fer­ings at Den­man Cel­lars and Beer Cafe.

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