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For the second year, we are excited to present our collaboration between One Mile Brewery and the Darwin Street Art Festival - two specially designed, limited edition One Mile labels. One Mile is a local Darwin brewery run by Bardy Bayram and Stuart Brown and is 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 moved to larger commercial premises in Winnellie and the brewing set-up has been greatly expanded. One Mile is a great supporter of local events, and of DSAF and local artists - and we are excited to be working with them again for DSAF24.

These collector edition beer cans will be available from One Mile Brewery, The festival hub at Bustard Town, and stockists of One Mile products during May and June 2024 only - keep an eye out and get your hands on them before they're all gone!


Artist: Piper Kidd

Katie Hagebols is a Darwin-based artist living on Larrakia Country. For over ten years in the Northern Territory, Katie has been inspired by her surroundings of remarkable landscapes and culture. For over ten years in the Northern Territory, Katie has been inspired by her surroundings of remarkable landscapes and culture. Katie explores themes of acrylic on canvas abstract landscapes, river systems and maps along with dabbling in fine line work in the form of figurative drawings. Over the years, bright and bold colours have shone through Katie’s work, expressive of her personality, taking form in surreal portraits and motifs.

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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: Taylor Smith

Taylor Smith was born and raised here in Darwin where he grew up spending as much time as he could trying to be creative from a young age. Whether it was drawing all the time, skating, writing his own comics and stories, making music or painting street art. Coming from an extensive background in street art and graffiti, he learned to apply those techniques to his style of murals which is basically a mix of graffiti-inspired surrealism.

'I love creating art for someone else - especially the public. To me it's kind of like leaving a little piece of yourself within that piece art. I love when people find a way to create or interpret their own meaning from it or just appreciateit for what it is. Art is for everyone to enjoy, I just hope people get a little enjoyment out of mine.'

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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.

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