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King Road Brewery

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Today was a rare Perth summer day - it was raining, a cyclone up north will do it every time. Bit of a change from last Sunday when it was 43 degrees Image

We met up at the Perth start point
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And trundled down to the brewery where we met up with the southern crew
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And had a beer or 3 and a bloody good feed - this place is one of those rare breweries that ALL their beer was good - I didn’t have a dud one all day ImageImageImageImage
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Then I had to get rid of some - cool dunnies ImageImage
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Then we took off to Firekrakas joint to have a look at the reverend and discuss the ways of the world
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Looks like a perfectly miserable day


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That photo reminds me of all the amazing car stuff that goes on in those little sheds. Nice location too.
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Hey Brett I built Frank in that shed and now the Reverend is in the build on a rotiss in there :lol: :roll:
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It's a shrine now🙂
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Miracles do seem to happen in there Brett :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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There is Mecca, St Pauls and FireKraka's Shed. Not necessarily in order of importance.
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It does get a little warm in there as the fan can attest ImageImage
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Brewers droop
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Certainly don't need a paint booth to bake paint in that shed that's for sure :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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