Meet Peachy Cheeks (she/they)! Stone & Wood’s inclusive and intersectional Peach Bellini Sour pours hazy with a platter of peach, and mango, perfect for celebrating diversity and all things queer! Labels can be important, especially this one; designed hand in hand with local artist Nina Hurr (he/she/they). All profits from this beer, along with other funds raised in Stone & Wood’s tasting rooms, will be donated to Stone & Wood’s partner LGBTQIA+ charities doing great work in Stone & Wood’s communities, lifting us all up to be seen for the glorious creatures we are.
Shake those Peachy Cheeks! Peachy Cheeks is the eleventh release from Counter Culture – Beers that go against the grain. Brewed on Bundjalung Country
Stone & Wood Brewing Company was established in 2008. The three boys – Brad, Jamie and Ross had spent many years working in the beer business. The dream was to quit ‘working for the man’, shed the corporate garbage and get back to basics. As the original brewers of the Northern Rivers, they built their first brewery at the eastern tip of Australia, in a part of the world where people enjoy having a beer when relaxing after catching a wave, catching a band at the pub or just catching up with friends. It’s that sort of place.
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Stone and Wood acknowledge the reliance they have on their Earth to enable them to produce good beer which inspired them to start their Green Feet program. Green Feet is a company wide program they’ve been working on for a couple of years now. It’s about minimising their footprint on the Earth through striving to not only reduce, reuse and recycle but also exploring innovative practices by reimagining the ecology of brewing.