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We currently have the following beers available on tap within Australia. Every care is taken to ensure that our beer quality is as fresh as possible. We do this by keeping the beer cold right upto the time that it lands in your glass.

All our beers are made using the finest local ingredients and do not contain any preservatives.

 
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Golden Ale
On Tap
4.7%
45
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A refreshingly balanced pale ale with bright passion fruit and citrus notes leading to a soft malty finish. Crafted using Australian base malts together with late Galaxy hop additions to produce a golden coloured beer with the freshest hop character.

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Lager
COMING Q3 2017
4.6%
30
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A straw coloured lager with subtle noble hop character. Crafted using Australian base malts together with multiple noble hop varieties to produce an easy drinking, light-bodied beer that finishes dry.

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India Pale Ale (IPA)
COMING Q4 2017
5.2%
60
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A hop forward Red IPA with medium body. Firm citrus Hop character is balanced by a caramel, toffee like malt profile. Crafted using Australian base malts together with generous late and dry hop additions to produce a ruby coloured IPA with a dry finish.

Glossary

Style

Beer style is a term used to differentiate and categorize beers by different factors such as colour, flavour, ABV, history, or origin. The current Beer Judge Certification Program has published style guidelines for those of you who would like to know more.


Malt

Malted grains are the backbone of all beers. They provide the sugars that are fermented by the yeast to create alcohol. They are the primary source of beer colour and contribute significantly to flavor and mouthfeel.


ABV

Alcohol by volume (ABV) is a standard measure of how much alcohol is contained within a given volume. It is expressed as a volume percentage, therefore the number of millilitres of pure ethanol present in 100 millilitres at 20°C.


Hops

Hops are the flowers or cones of the female hop plant. They are used in the brewing process to impart bitterness, flavour and aroma. They can be used as whole hops or in the form of hop pellets.


IBU

International Bittering Units (IBU) is a measure of the actual bitterness provided by hops additions. The perceived bitterness of a beer depends on your taste and tolerance. Bitterness is used to balance the malty sweetness of the beer. IBU's are not to be confused with "hoppiness" of the beer, aroma and flavour don't really affect the IBU measurement.


Roast

This refers to how much Roast character is in the beer. We use roasted barley in our beers to provide darker colours and coffee-like flavours. The roasted barley also helps to provide a drier finish to the beer.


Profile

We use a scale to provide you with the characteristics of the beers overall profile.

Hops: Indicates whether the beer is hop forward. This is generally the hop flavour and aroma as the IBU measurement indicates the bitterness.
Malt: Indicates how balanced the beer is against the hop character of the beer.
Roast: Indicates roast character, coffee notes and dryness.
Body: Indicates the fullness the mouthfeel of the beer.


Body

This is the measure of the mouthfeel or viscosity of the beer on the palate. Easy drinking beers are often lighter bodied, with heavier beers being fuller in mouthfeel.