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Have you heard of the relatively new Seven Mile Brewery? Now’s your chance to try some of their beer at an upcoming dinner event. Executive chef Blake Seymour of Ballina RSL is inviting the owners of the brewery, Lennox Head’s Lou and Matt Wilsson, to join him in presenting his next Blake’s Table.

The cover price of $69 includes a Seven Mile Brewery beer welcome drink on arrival and several courses. Blake and Matt will also suggest beers to complement each course.

Blake has recently returned from America, and his menu for this dining event will feature flavours inspired by his trip. You can enjoy a relaxed evening where dinner is served grazing style plus dessert. Blake’s Table is always a popular night on the Ballina RSL event calendar, so book now for an enjoyable evening.

Blake’s Table. Friday 27 July from 6.30pm. Ph 6681 9500 / www.ballinarsl.com.au


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