Best of July
Best Of July!
We loved crafting the Art print for April so I've decided to do a The Tarocco Piemontese (Tarot of piedemont) is a type of tarot deck of Italian origin best of series, this month we’ve chosen this month’s mascot to be 'La Carossa'! which we think means The Course, let us know if you know different
A selection of our favourite releases from June & July + artist print of La Carossa
4 OF DARK EMU - DARK LAGER 5.2% - Dark emu ~ dark lager our collaboration with bruce pascoe using the addition of roasted mamadyang ngalluk and burru ngalluk grass seed from the far east harvested by yuin people on the banks of the wallagaraugh river. Yes it’s back!!
4 OF Into the Pines 6.6% - Brewed in collaboration with Hogget Kitchen. A dark and tangy ale with subtle additions of wild pine mushrooms (foraged by Hogget Kitchen), pine leaves and a bunch of woodsy / piney hops. umami and bright pine aromatics combine with earthy and tangy malt to evoke a walk in the forest!
4 OF Shadow self choc stout 6.5% - Shadow Self is our collaboration with Living KoKo who work closely with Samoa and the Pacific Islands empowering women in business and local communities by supporting ethical trade practices & sustainable farming. This chocolate stout is brewed utilising single origin Cacao Husk Tea which is made from the byproduct of Samoan Cacao Beans.
4 OF Law of the Tongue: Smokey Oyster Stout brewed with Wapengo Rock Oysters & citrus 5.8% ABV
This is the story of an Orca named Old Tom, who during the early 20th century spent almost four decades helping Sapphire Coast fishermen catch baleen whales . In return, Old Tom and his pod feasted on the lips and tongues of the whalers' haul. This was known as the ‘Law of the Tongue’
An Oyster Stout brewed in collaboration with Wapango Rocks Wild Organic Oysters. 80 dozen oysters harvested by Shane Buckley from Wapengo Rocks were added to the kettle to provide subtle mineral and ocean flavours. Also brewed with Beechwood smoked malt, lactose and citrus. Smooth, creamy and full-bodied with a bacon-like smokiness and citrus kick in the tail. Impenetrably dark and beautifully balanced – drink with a dozen or so freshly shucked ice-cold oysters