You can bet your bottom(less) dollar on this spring Sunday feast.
What’s brewing, you ask? Just Brisbane’s latest bottomless brunch/lunch and (not to drop names) but Mary, Benedict, OJ, and all your other foodie favs are slated to attend!
Introducing Catchment Brewing Co.’s Bottomless Sunday brunch and lunch, where one can ditch the Special-K for the day (you deserve it!) and tuck into quality eats instead, paired with two hours of free-flowing sips at one of the city’s most-loved breweries.
For those who take their morning munching seriously, look no further than Catchment’s $39 bottomless brunch. A triple whammy in more ways than one, this brunch offers guests beers, cocktails, and eggs in one of three ways: classic eggs Benny, eggs royale, or eggs Florentine.
Alternatively, those looking to balance the bottomless bevs with healthy(ish) choices will adore the menu’s house-made granola topped with fresh fruit and organic yoghurt, or a classic bacon and egg roll.
Making this brunch lager than life, though, is the bottomless drinks up for grabs! Alongside your classic Bloody Marys and mimosas, Catchment Brewing Co. is also serving up favs from their very own brewery! Think the popular Whynot lager, Hoogley session ale, the current Pale Select and delish Vulture IPA.
Hungry for more? Setting themselves apart for the rest, Catchment Brewing Co’s bottomless two-hour drinks menu can be enjoyed with brunch OR lunch on Sundays!
Perfect for those who love a lie-in, the Catchment’s lunch menu is just as tasty as the morning offer, boasting a choice between beer-battered fish and chips, asparagus risotto with lemon and fetta, or sumptuous braised pork cheek tagliatelle alongside the bottomless beverages for just $49.
Whether it’s a sip-happy lunch or mid-morning munch you’re keen to bite into, be sure to enjoy the best of brunch worlds at Catchment Brewing Co. this spring!
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