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Boags Draught (TAS) 4.6% ABV// 22 IBU// Pride of Ringwood hops
Standard lager but suspiciously delicious!
Stone and Wood Pacific Ale (NSW) 4.4%ABV// 18 IBU// Galaxy hops
Passionfruit! A fresh and fruity ale that is dangerously sessionable!
Two Brothers’ “The Grizz” (VIC) 5.7%ABV// 35 IBU// Amarillo & Cascade hops
A robust Dominican cigar needed with this one!
4 Pines Pale Ale (NSW) 5.1%ABV// 35 IBU // Simcoe, Amarillo & Citra hops
Ruby red in color with a delightfully interesting grapefruit zing!
Melbourne Bitter (VIC) 4.6%ABV// 25 IBU// Pride of Ringwood hops
A robust lager from the greatest city in the world!
Colonial Witbier (WA) 5% ABV// 19 IBU// Next to no hops
Faded Yellow in color, presents a distinctive cumin/coriander flavours with mandarin
Two Birds Golden Ale (VIC) 4.4% ABV// 20 IBU// Motueka hops
Beautiful and crisp with Australian Summer hops with a hint of apricot!
Creatures “Furphy Ale” (VIC) 4.4% ABV// 22 IBU//Victoria’s secret/Topaz hops
Clean, crisp lager, with a fruity refreshing finish, no surprises here
Murray’s Angry Man Pale (NSW) 5% ABV// 28 IBU// Motueka and Pacific hops
If you’re looking for a Pale Ale with a punch, the angry man has you sorted!
Mountain Goat Steam Ale (VIC) 4.5%ABV// 20 IBU// Cascade and Citrus hops
The Steam is a crisp, certified organic ale with a fresh zippy finish!
Mountain Goat Fancy Pants IPA (VIC) 5.2% ABV// 30 IBU// Citra hops
A rich yet delicate floral pale ale crossed with an amber ale, intriguing!
Doss Blockos Dark Lager (VIC) 4.6%ABV // Dr Rudi and Motueka Hops
Pronounced tones of roasted coffee and dark chocolate, and a little burnt caramel
Feral Hop Hog IPA (WA) 5.8% ABV// 48 IBU// American hops
American style IPA, bitter and dry finish just like your mum!
Hills Apple Cider (SA) 5% ABV// Gluten Free and Vegan Friendly
Organic 100% real apples from Aus! A bit vanillary in taste, yum!

The technical stuff...
IBU- International Bittering Units
This is the measure of the actual bitterness of a beer as contributed by the alpha acid from Hops. Because
the apparent bitterness of a beer is subject to the taste of the drinker and the balancing Malt sweetness of
the beer this is not always an accurate measure of the hoppiness of a beer. But, generally speaking, beers
with IBUs of less than 20 have a little to no apparent hops presence. Beers with IBUs from 20 to 45 are the
most common and have a mild to pronounced hops presence. Beers with IBUs greater than 45 are heavily
hopped and can be quite bitter.

ABV- Alcohol by Volume
This is simply a measure of how much alcohol is in an alcoholic beverage and is expressed as a
percentage. So, if a 12 ounce bottle of beer is 5% alcohol that means that there is .6 ounces of pure alcohol
in that beer.

HOPSHops are the flower of a species of climbing plant, and they are used in beer to add bitterness and aroma.
Different hops have different flavours, and every brewer uses them differently. The level of ‘hoppiness’ or
number of IBU defines beer styles and as such these plants are very important to beer folk.

YEASTThere are 3 main types of yeast used in beer, top fermenting, bottom fermenting, and wild. (This is a broad
generalisation but I’m trying not to be too geeky here...). Essentially, Ale yeasts are top fermenting and
bottom fermenting yeasts are used in lager. Wild yeasts are only really used in trappist or lambic styles of
beer. Oddly enough, wild yeasts ‘Brettanomyces’ are a bad thing in wine, but awesome in beer.

MALTMalt is germinated grain. Whether it is barley, rye or wheat, the grain is soaked in water and allowed to start
seeding, but then the process is stopped using heat. The heat source can add flavour, and it is by using
smoke that we get Rauchbier, or peat that we get Islay single malt whiskey.

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