NEW WHEAT BEER
500ml 4.0% ABV.
New yeast esters, lower ABV and less carbonation vs the original. We’d love any feedback vs the original.
Hefe Weissbier style, a German beer classic (Hefeweizen) with an English touch. This genuine unfiltered craft beer is a “must try” for people unfamiliar with the style.
HOW TO POUR A WHEAT BEER
1. Pour as normal but leave a few
centimetres of beer in the bottle.
2. Gently swirl the bottle to stir up the
sediment and add to glass.
NEW Golden Ale
500ml 4.2% ABV.
Lower ABV, lower carbonation, lighter colour, double the hops and a new yeast that aids pouring. We’d love any feedback vs the original.
A new style of pale ale, well hopped and quenching beer. Juicy malt and biscuity character underscored by fruity aroma from the Cascade and highly sought after Citra Hops.
NEW AMERICAN PALE ALE (APA)
500ml 4.2% ABV.
Lower ABV, lower carbonation, slight change to the hop profile, slightly more hops and a new yeast that aids pouring. We’d love any feedback vs the original.
Perfectly delicious balance of hops from Columbus, Perle, Azacca, Cascade and Rakau. Thin bodied, fruity and hoppy session ale with a bitter finish.
500ml 4.8% ABV.
A rich, roasted, complex beer balanced with heaps of fuggles. Deliciously smooth and creamy blend of chocolate, crystal & brown malts.
500ml 4.9% ABV.
Fruity, citrusy and spicy aroma. Deep copper colour from crystal malt. Roasted, malty bitter finish.
Pictures for illustration only actual ABV is in description above.
All of our beers are genuine Craft Beers Brewed, Bottled and Labelled by Hand.
Made in the traditional way and bottle conditioned (naturally carbonated by beer yeast in the bottle). In the case of our delicious cloudy Wheat Beer the small amount of yeast sediment in each bottle should be gently swirled up in the last cm of remaining beer in the bottle (do not pour all the beer out! Save 1 cm for swirling!) and added to the rest of the pint. In the case of our delicious Ales carefully pour the beer so the yeast sediment stays in the bottle (nutritious to consume but the flavour profile would deviate from optimal for Ale’s, whereas for Wheat Beers adding the yeast actually delivers the optimal flavour profile.)