An English style pale ale as apposed to the more well known American style. The English had this first! It’s malty and dry with classic toffee notes and gets better as it warms. When the Poms say “Pint of bitter Guv”, this is what they mean.
Stronger version of regular Pale Ale, the name originally came from English Ale made for export to India. Most people know of it now as the American version as this one is, exhibiting robust fruity hop notes, full palate and a bitter finish.
Just like the description for IPA this started as an English style but the Yanks hijacked it and have made it the most popular craft beer style. It’s got typical fruity hop notes, low malt flavour and a mild bitter finish.
We’re using Australian malt and hops in this beer now so it’s more a lager than a European Pilsener. Dry and crisp like most commercial Aussie lagers but fuller and more flavour. Nice crisp and bitter finish.
If you like Stouts or other dark beers, this is a brew for you. Chocolate and roasted coffee notes over a sweet malty mid-palate followed by a firm bitter finish. Superbly satisfying.
Our most awarded beer.
French-Belgian style also sometimes known as Farmhouse biere. It exhibits characteristic bubblegum and clove flavours that are produced by the specific yeast used. Low hop bitterness is used so the hop flavours are not overpowering.