Nomad Brewing Co. Couch Stout. A cosy and delightful little oatmeal stout from the very well regarded Nomad Brewing Co. located on Sydney’s northern beaches.Read More
As with all beers brewed under the original Reinheitsgebot of 1516, this beer contains only barley, hops and water. How they’ve managed to brew a beer this good without the use of yeast is a marvel of modern (or ancient) science.Read More
Brewed with only the most Premium® malts and the most Premium® water and the most Premium® hops. Everything in this can is proudly Australia’s Finest®.
This beer retains the Signature® ingredients of the equally snappily named South African Breweries Miller Carlton & United Breweries Crown Lager. And it tastes like it.Read More
La Sirene Saison. Named after those watery babes known to lure up-for-anything mariners to a horrible death, this beer is a new style mixing classical Greek tragedy with mellow Belgian farmhouse funk.Read More
Ekim Brewing Co.'s Berserker. Like its namesake, this amber IPA is located approximately 6km north-east of the central business district of Rockhampton on Queensland's central coast. It boasts a wonderful balance of malt, big hoppy aromas, affordable housing and domestic violence.
Newstead Brewing Co.’s Two To The Valley IPA. It takes a certain kind of business to insult their customer before they’ve even had a sip of their beer. Whether or not this daring strategy will pay off in the end remains to be seen (it won’t).Read More
Stone Brewing Co. Ruination IPA. A beer so terribly brutal that they had to put a horrifyingly evil gargoyle on the bottle. It’s not only shit-your-pants scary, it’s also forbidden and dangerous.Read More
Bridge Road/Mikkeller Dark Harvest. Or should I say Bridge Røad/Mikkeller Dark Harvest. Huh? Wow. This baby couldn’t get more Dano-Australian fusion unless our Mary had personally gravalaxed an emu and served it to Lars Ulrich.Read More
Bacchus Brewing Company Obama IPA. Which shall be described as a Kenyan IPA until Bacchus release the original birth certificate and/or a video of the birth to prove otherwise. It may taste like it was made in Capalaba, but I’m way too smart to fall for such obvious misdirection.Read More
Burleigh Brewing Co. Dream Date. A dark brown ale made with several hundred kilograms of plump, juicy dates handpicked by flaxen haired goddesses and gently rolled on the impossibly well-proportioned marble buttocks of Michelangelo’s David before being dusted with bonemeal made of Giacomo Casanova’s left clavicle.Read More
Maggie Beers has been making artisanal stouts from ape juice in the Clare Valley since it was butted up next to Africa in the much-loved Gondwana landmass. King Kong Stout celebrates Maggie Beers’s daring 1933 capture of the greatest ape of them all, King Kong, who she subsequently chopped into tiny pieces before juicing through a sieve, giving this stout it’s signature taste.Read More