This tropical, juicy, hazy beer is Wayward’s take on an East Coast style IPA. A generous dosing of flaked oats and wheat in addition to malted barley provides a smooth mouthfeel with loads of body and a pleasant haze, while dry hopping with a ridiculous amount of intense, fruit-forward American hops delivers intense aromatics and flavours of mango, apricot, grapefruit and citrus.
Wayward is the ethos of travellers. It’s a desire to see what’s around the corner, to take the road less travelled and to embrace whatever you find. It’s that romantic idea of the travel of old, when every departure was an adventure. Put simply, it’s the act of getting lost on purpose. At Wayward, they try to live this philosophy in their beer, their brewery and their people. They’re not afraid to go off the beaten track and hope that in doing so, they create something that people are excited to drink and share with friends and family. Their beer pays homage to the classic European styles while creating something with a distinctly Wayward twist.
DID YOU KNOW?
Wayward is brewed in inner city Sydney. Their tasting room ‘The Cellar’ is hidden down a Camperdown laneway, The Cellar is housed deep inside the roots of the former winery that occupied the site nearly a century ago. The wax-lined wine vats have been converted to rooms, retaining the red-wine soaked walls.