Jamie Lyon beer match in Ballina

Jamie Lyon beer match in Ballina

Ballina RSL are hosting the first of many beverage, food and in-conversation events. The club are pleased to announce that on June 22 Little Creatures ambassador Paul Daley will be matching beers to executive chef Blake Seymour’s menu.

Guest speaker for the evening, rugby league great Jamie Lyon, scored more than 1,600 points in his first 13 seasons. During his career he was awarded Dally M centre and captain of the year multiple times. More recently, he moved to the Ballina Shire with his wife Ellie and their three young children.

The evening ticket includes two beers on arrival and a four-course menu matched with Little Creatures beers. $60 per person all inclusive. Tables of eight are $440.

The event welcomes men and women for a fun evening. A full bar will be operating.

Bookings available or by phoning 6681 9500.

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