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Monthly Archives: November 2019

Craft Beer: ‘Dangerous Ales’ – Milton Hotel

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CRAFT BEER – ‘Dangerous Ales’ at the Milton Hotel

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The restoration of this historic hotel is complete with a grand opening on Friday December 13, 2019. It will no doubt have flow on effects for the rest of this quaint little town centre and may also  stimulate the refurbishment of other private heritage-listed properties in Milton. It will be open daily for some outstanding craft beers. It has a private dining area available for lunch and dinner.

The pub has rural and distant water views, is family friendly with fantastic food. They have their own craft beer label on tap, ‘Dangerous Ales’, along with a wine lounge, dining room and classic public bar. It is the perfect place for friends, family and a bit of a party!

Links:       The Milton Hotel web site.         Email: info@themiltonmotel.com       Address: 74 Princes Hwy., Milton, NSW. 2538

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Book – Story of the Mollymook Ocean Swimmers

 

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Wrap around, glossy hard cover A4 portrait coffee table book 

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Almost there! The printer has advised that the books look fabulous and will be available for pick up Monday December 9, 2019.

Mike Gaffney is arranging the book launch to take place during the following two weeks.

Thanks to all swimmers for your patience and encouragement. Have received some lovely comments from those who have seen the recent draft book contents. I will bring a draft book down to the ‘Beach Hut’ cafe over the next few days (after our morning swim) for all to get a glimpse of its contents.

I’m grateful to the approx. 50 past and present swimmers who have contributed with photos and information during its development, in particular those who have been intimately involved in getting the book to where it is today. 

COST: $45 per book for a 200-page hard copy coffee table book.

You would pay approximately this amount in a book store for a similar book. It is a not for profit exercise. The price is based on artwork / graphic design and printing costs that totalled $9,390 for the 200 books.  

Number of copies: Please text me on 0425254167 or email to advise if you would like a copy/ies. I’m expecting it to be a once off print.