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As part of an exciting new collaboration between One Mile Brewery and the Darwin Street Art Festival we are thrilled to present four specially designed, limited edition One Mile labels. One Mile is a local Darwin brewery run by Bardy Bayram and Stuart Brown and are known for brewing some of the best tasting local beverages in the Top End. One Mile was established in 2012 in Stu’s shed in Stuart Park near the old 'One Mile Station'. The Brewery has now moved to larger commercial premises in Winnellie and the brewing set-up has been greatly expanded. One Mile are a great supporter of DSAF and local artists and we are excited to be working with them for DSAF23.

These collector edition beer cans will be available from One Mile Brewery and all stockists of One Mile products during September 2023 only - keep an eye out and get your hands on them before they're all gone!


Artist: Dani Heilbronn

I'm Dani, I'm a local illustrator, animator, director, and cloud appreciator. I've been making pretty lines since I was a kid as well as singing and acting in plays, mostly I just want an excuse to create and have fun with people before this planet gets invaded by aliens or whatever. 



4:21 -  Kolsch (4.8%) Named after the shift finish time of all Northern Territory Government employees, 4:21 is an unfiltered beer light golden in colour. It has a light body with a noticeable malt profile and is a popoular, easy drinking ale.


Artist: Caleb Dude

Caleb Dude is an artist born and raised in the Northern Territory. He creates bold, captivating murals and fun, bizarre canvas paintings. The artist draws inspiration from cartoons, comics, ads and pop-culture to create artworks full of personality and feeling. Caleb Dude invites you to immerse yourself in his world of creativity and follow along with his artistic journey!

CalebDude has been involved in three DSAFs, you can find his murals in the previous years' Galleries

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RDO - Bright ale (4.5%)  Named after the tradies favourite: 'Rostered Day Off', the RDO is a light straw colour, with a low malt profile and light body. It has medium bitterness with a floral/citrus aroma - it's a very sessionable beer.


Artist: Jesse Bell

Jesse Bell is a Darwin-born artist who grew up in Adelaide River. He has spent time living in Auckland, New Zealand where he first developed a passion for painting.


Moving back to Darwin as a young adult, he continued to develop his painting skills in the graffiti scene. He was quickly recognised for his talent in painting realism, gaining a substantial amount of commissions for his work. Specialising in animals and portraiture, he now works full-time as a street artist and signwriter.


Jesse had been involved in the Darwin Street Art festival every year, collaborating with a number of artists as well as producing spectacular works of his own. You can find his murals in the previous years' Galleries.

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Pinky (4.6%) Alcoholic Pink Lemonade

A traditional style lemonade made with real lemons and rosella giving it a pink colour and refreshing lemon zing.


Artist: Marnie Jay

Marnie Jay is a Territory girl who ventured to the big smoke of Sydney to get a degree in design and illustration. She currently paints in her rural studio 2-3 days a week and has a part time shop at Coolalinga Central four days a week.


“Sometimes I wish I could dive into my paintings and stay for a while...if not forever. I imagine it is quiet there, apart from the sounds of nature, quirky bird calls and hauntingly beautiful dingo howls.”

Marnie Jay has been involved in one DSAF, you can see her mural on the corner of Shadforth Lane and Peel St

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Tropical Seltzer (4.5%)

Tropical seltzer made with tropical fruit juice, flavours and aromas of passionfruit, pineapple, mango and orange. Light and refreshing, great on a hot Darwin day.

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