Pep Events are excited to bring you the Pep Alliance. We’re bringing together our favourite chefs, restaurateurs and producers to collaborate and deliver unique food and drink experiences for the public.

Guests will experience a rare insight into the world of restaurants and other food businesses, whilst also celebrating the pleasure and joy of Victoria’s finest food and wine.

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Up and coming events

 

Pep Winter Season 2017

The influence of Spain in Peruvian cuisine
Celebrating 196 years of Peruvian independence

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Sunday, 30 July
1:00–4:00pm
Pastuso, AC/DC Lane, Melbourne

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The Farmer, The Brewer & The Publican

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Sunday, 13 August
1:00–4:00pm
The Lincoln Hotel, 91 Cardigan Street, Carlton

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Local Food. Local Beer.
A meeting of Minds & Techniques

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Sunday, 27 August
11:30am–4:00pm
Start at La Sirene Brewery, finish at Copper Pot Seddon

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Past events

 

First series
Held in Melbourne – October and November 2016

The Chef & The Lamb

Saturday, October 15
1:00–4:00pm
The Point, Albert Park

Andy Harmer – executive chef of The Point and formerly executive chef of Vue de Monde Group – has been sourcing and cooking Flinders Island Lamb for the last six years. Over this time, he and Flinders Island Lamb producer, James Madden, have developed a great friendship and mutual respect of each other’s crafts.

4 courses with matching wines, $145/person

Naturally Ceviches

Saturday, October 29
1:00–4:00pm
Pastuso, Melbourne

What is Natural Wine? Where does Peruvian food, particularly ceviche, fit in to all of this? What are some practical tips on where to start with food and wine matching?

This Pep Alliance – chef Alejandro Saravia of Pastuso, Christian McCabe of Town Mouse in Carlton and Embla in the CBD and Hilary McNevin – will endeavour to answer these questions.

3 courses, pisco sour and matching natural wines $130/person

Wild Food. Wild Beer.

Sunday, November 6
12:30–4:00pm
Copper Pot, Seddon

Chefs Ashley Davis & Sascha Rust, co-owners of Copper Pot Seddon are collaborating with La Sirene brewery, based in Alphington. Chief brewer Costa Nikias will be bringing his wild yeast fermented brews and matching them with wild, foraged ingredients gathered by Ashley, Sascha & their team.

6 courses, 6 beers $120/person

 

 

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