$8 – $10 Tasting Paddles $10 or $25
We pride ourselves on bringing a wide selection of beers for you. To keep it fresh, we rotate our beer menu – So, check the boards above the bar for our brewer’s selection.
Only the best pale ale grains are used, with the small addition of Vienna and Munich malts. Balanced with a great hop profile of Cascade, Galaxy, Simcoe and another hidden gem!
This is a light and fruity ale showcasing the Bavaria Mandarina hops giving a hint of marmalade, ideally matched to the colours of Autumn.
A malt forward ale for lovers of traditional “British” style beers. Rich caramel and biscuit notes merge beautifully, only to give way to toasted notes of roast barley. A balanced addition of Mosaic hops provides a touch of fruity aromatics to make this classic even more sessional. Too good for even BREXIT to stop us investing in.
MID STRENGTH NEIPL
(New England Indian Pale Lager) Low on bitterness but still bursting with huge tropical fruit aromas, full mouthfeel and all at only 3.2%. Let this modern classic style carry you away. A beautiful crisp finish from the use of lager yeast will keep bringing you back for more.
Dark roasted barley with hints of coffee, smoked cherrywood malts and fuggle hops. Originating more than 150 years ago, fuggle hops add an extra earthy and woody characteristic to the beer.
This German style lager is sparkling, bright and radiant. It has a smooth clean canvas that captures the flavours of Tettnanger and Saaz hops.
An easy drinking lager with a blend of Galaxy and Topaz hops, a floral aroma backed by soft spice. As featured on “Better Homes and Gardens” 7 network.
VIENNA DRAUGHT LAGER
Soft but elegant malt complexity come through in this classic Vienna “draught” Lager. Firm bread and biscuit notes from quality Vienna malts. This beer has a clean and crisp finish.
Based on the German Hefeweizen and with a change of yeast gives a broadly appealing taste. Local Ironbark Honey and Australian oranges make this ideal for a hot summer’s day.
CHAMPAGNE BRUT LAGER
This bright and spritzy lager has been co-fermented with our Pilsner yeast as well as a Champagne yeast strain giving a light but dry finish. Rich Sauvignon character and aroma is brought forward through the use of New Zealand Sauvin hops.
A classic yet simple recipe that typifies the creamy smooth texture and the roasted malt flavours, perfect year-round.
Slightly lighter in alcohol than a traditional IPA. Brewed with locally grown wet hops from Ryefield Hops in Bemboka. A true hybrid of American breed of hops (Chinook & Cascade) used early in boil for bittering (pine & citrus bitterness) finished with Australian Galaxy and Ella hops for tropical / fruity flavours.
A true bright copper ale which pays homage to the fruitier side of the British Bitter. Toffee notes with a firm but fare bitterness.
CRANBERRY and LIME GOSE
(pronounced goes-ah) We’ve kettle soured this wheat beer finished it up in the fermenter with dry ale yeast, 5kg of whole cranberries, fresh limes, oranges and homegrown coriander seed. For the hops we used the whole cone Saaz Ryefield hops from Bemboka, then the pure Murray River rock salt. Dry, sour, tart, citrus notes with a balanced salty bite
This delightful refreshing favourite doesn’t hold back on flavour. The first mouthful has a distinct punch of real ginger.
APPLE & RHUBARB CIDER
This sensational lightly sparkling example of a Pear or Perry Cider captures the golden fresh colours of ripe pears with a medium sweet taste. Serve with Ice and a sprig of bruised rosemary.
This style of ale originates from Wallonia in Belgium. A traditional ale that was made for drinking through the harvest times and given to farm workers often seasonal workers hence the French name “saisonniers”. The flavour is funky with wet hay and earthy undertones with a crisp dry finish, ideal for hot summers. Usually brewed with a wild yeast, we have used Wyeast 3711.
AVAILABLE FOR TAKE-AWAY
All bottled beer available for takeaways are located in the fridges at the front door at $6 per bottle.
Squealers (950ml bottles) $15 each and $15 to fill.