Deeds Brewing will open a taproom and kitchen in Melbourne’s Glen Iris this week.

It marks the first public location for the brand, which converted a 2,600sqm former car workshop into a multi-concept venue.

The space now encompasses a 20-metre bar, kitchen, functions spaces and multiple seating spaces across the ground and mezzanine levels.

“It took us a long time to find a home for Deeds Brewing,” says co-founder Patrick Alé.

“When 4 Paran Place in Glen Iris came up we knew it was the perfect spot … For us, the venue is a vital extension of the Deeds brand, allowing us to showcase and share our beers directly with our customers.”

There will be 22 beers on offer at the bar alongside local wines, cocktails and Australian spirits.

Deeds Draught, Half Time, XPA, Double Time Hazy Pale and Juice Train NEIPA will be available year-round, but there will also be seasonal, limited and taproom-only brews on offer.

Paul Kasten has joined as head chef after time at Stomping Ground and Host Dining.

Kasten will utilise Deeds’ beer range across the menu, which covers dishes including hop-cured salmon with crème fraiche, fennel and Geraldton wax along with Wagyu MS9+ blade fillet with green chilli harissa, kale, and kale glaze.

The venue will operate from 5:30pm Monday to Friday and from 12:00pm on weekends from 26 June.