Friday, October 16, 2015
Brew Master's @ Grange
Live on Brisbane's Northside? Craving a satisfying and generous Burger? If your answer to either of these questions is Yes! then read on as we delve into the tasty, somewhat hidden spot that is Brew Master's at Grange.
I say Brew Master's is hidden because it's not really in a big shopping complex or anything like that, it's down a fairly standard road in Grange and if you weren't looking for it you may drive past assuming it was just another coffee shop.
I can tell you that's not the case as this North Side gem is hiding some of the biggest, tastiest and well priced burgers going around Brisbane.
The BM menu consists of breakfast favourites like bacon & eggs, waffles, croque madame or a simple avocado and haloumi toast, all served until 11am and then the lunch fair ranges from chicken wings and salt and pepper squid to grilled fish, house-made falafel and of course giant and delicious burgers!
The burger options are actually quite interesting, in a world where the American style cheeseburger has become a staple it is oddly absent from the menu but this isn't a bad thing as there is plenty of other delicious options.
On our first visit I went with the Beef & Blue cheese burger which was not only packed with blue cheese flavour, juicy and slightly pink beef but also had an amazing caramelised onion relish which really set the burger off due to the sweetness in the onions complimenting the richness of the beef and blue cheese.
On our second visit I chose the monstrous Double Beef & Bacon and there is no kidding around here, this thing is huge like almost unfinishable huge.
Two thick beef patties with cheddar melted over them, bacon, lettuce, tomato and a tasty BBQ sauce make up this beast!
It's so big that I opted to take a patty off and eat it with a few chips and a fork so I could get my mouth around the rest of the burger, it really is big enough for two with or without a side of fries!
If you live around the Grange/New Market area it would be very easy to make Brew Master's your new local burger shop although the coffee, breakfast and even a cold Burleigh Brewing Pale Ale make it worth a visit.