Easy – Cleansing Ale 3.2%
This easy drinking cleansing mid-strength ale will keep you well hydrated but in low gear through summer. Dry hopped with Citra and Mosaic.
Mort’s Gold – Clean & Crisp Lager 4.4%
A clean and crisp lager named in honour of Thomas Sutcliffe Mort, founder of Australia’s first gold mining company. Mort’s Gold was in the top 10 of craft lagers in the GABS Hottest 100 Aussie Craft Beers Poll for 2017.
Barley Griffin – Canberra Pale Ale 4.2%
Mild cloudy Australian Pale Ale. Soft fruity aromas and light biscuity malt giving a nice light mouth feel. Barley Griffin won a gold medal at the 2017 International Brewing Awards. Easy drinking and great on a hot summer’s day after mowing the lawn.
Crankshaft – Cranking IPA 5.8%
Similar to a West Coast IPA. Floral nose with notes of citrus and pine. Medium-bodied with a nice punch of hops and a solid malt finish. Crankshaft won a silver medal at the 2017 International Brewing Awards. A great beer for lovers of big full flavoured brews – it cranks! Crankshaft was the highest ranked IPA in the GABS Hottest 100 Aussie Craft Beers Poll for 2018, for the second year in a row.
Sprocket – Big & Hoppy 7%
A big and hoppy IPA with raw tropical fruit sniffs and tastes. Sprocket came in at #16 in GABS Hottest 100 Aussie Craft Beers Poll for 2018, and was the in the Top 10 new releases in the GABS Hottest 100 Aussie Craft Beers Poll for 2017.
Red Nut – Red & Hoppy 7%
A Red IPA with a resiny hop and caramel malt character. Red Nut came in at #23 in GABS Hottest 100 Aussie Craft Beers Poll for 2018.
Flemm–Red Ale 5%
Rich toffee malty notes; plum, raisin and prune fruity esters; simple tannins and lacto and acetic acids create a very complex and “isolating” beer, the burgundy of beer.
On a trip to Belgium and a guided tour of the famous Rodenbach brewery, Richard and Tracy fell in love with the Flanders Red style of beer. Brewed with wild yeast and lactobacillus to create complexity and acid. Extended maturation in oak for over 12 months, the beer is blended with an aged unoaked version and a younger unoaked version to balance the acid and add vibrance to the beer.
Best enjoyed in a tulip glass with some Passendale cows milk cheese.