After pouring everyone elses' excellent beers over the last eleven years, we figured it was time to start brewing our own - time to install our own stainless and start walking the walk. So in early 2014 that's what we did; in the form of a Premier Stainless 600L Brewhouse with three single batch fermentors. Just the right size to play; enabling us to brew whatever, however and whenever we want. Light-footed, nimble brewing with the freedom of Contract and the stability of Stainless. From time to time we might even be lucky enough to collaborate with some of those excellent Brewers whose beers we've poured, and will continue to pour, over the years...
Style Kettle Sour Fruit Saison
In a Nutshell Tangy, berry & smooth. The Hills.
The plan was to brew a fresh, delicate farmhouse ale with an old school malt bill — raw and flaked grains that ‘a farmer sweeping out their farm floor at the end of harvest’ might find — using a not-so-traditional kettle souring technique which we’d temper with the addition of whole local Blackberries...
Style All-Oz Hop Flower IPA
In a Nutshell An all-Flower version of Team Australia IPA
In the complex and often confusing world of Goodies and Baddies, we all need a little Joint Purpose, a single Team that everyone can get behind...
Enter ‘Leafy Team Oz’, our first all OZ Hop Flower IPA...
Style Session East Coast IPA
IN A NUTSHELL Juicy, creamy and smooth. Hops and glory.
The task we set for the latest SA Brew Club’s Summer Comp was significantly broader and less bastardly than the last: to brew a ‘Session IPA’, ie any style of IPA as long as it clocked no more than 5% ABV and was identifiably IPA. Kieren Vercoe brewed two cracker Session East Coast IPAs to take out the prize: the opportunity to brew a scaled-up version of his beer on the Wheaty Brewing Corps’ kit...
Style Oaty Brown Ale
In a Nutshell A Brown(er) version of our hoppy, Oaty Red Ale 'Blood Oats'.
Style Brown Porter
In a Nutshell Malty, chocolatey, jammy and tart. Blood Plum.
Satsuma is the queen of Plums. Dark red, fleshy, sweet and tart; jammy and sharp. A perfect candidate for Berliner Weisse. Though we decided to pair it with something altogether darker...
Style German(ish) Pils
In a nutshell Strawlike, herbal and dry. Tell me why.
A simple beer brewed with a complex Goat that we enjoyed so much we’ve made him part of our regular line-up. With Dave’s blessing we’ll brew Bob often, but as a continully evolving Bob; using different Malt, adjusting the Hop profile, playing with ferments all while keeping him identifiably Gelbhopf. This Bob's made with 100% Gladfield Malt (NZ)
In a nutshell Light, fresh, salty & sour. Easy Gose.
Style All OZ-Hop IPA
In a Nutshell Hoppy, hoppy, hoppy! Oi! Oi! Oi!
In the complex and often confusing world of Goodies and Baddies, we all need a little Joint Purpose, a single Team that everyone can get behind....
Enter 'Team Australia', our first of many IPAs bursting with homegrown Hops.
STYLE Russian Imperial Stout
IN A NUTSHELL Decadent, rich and far from over...
In a Nutshell 5031. Best End.
We figured it was time to celebrate our light industrial suburb with a not-so-industrial Bitter. A hoppy, malty, bitey, bitter ale weighing in at a modest 3.5% booze. A heritage listed style brewed in the shadow of Mt Thebarton, within earshot of Thebby Theatre and a mere stones throw from our self-titled Tram Stop...