This Is: Sailor's Grave - 12 Beer Mixed Case
Sou' East Draft -Â Draught beer that tastes beer. Brewed with malt, hops, yeast & water. Low bitterness & now showy aromas or additives. Big on easy drinking, sessionabillity, with subtle Aussie hop flavours and a crisp finish. All natural ingredients
Down She Gose -Â Pale straw gold in colour with a fluffy white head, our Gose tones back the salt and acidity to a balanced and thirst-quenching level that is accessible to all pallettes. We use a combination of Pilsner, wheat and acidulated malts, with subtle mineral & citrus notes and an ocean tang. We use salt harvested from the ocean in front of our farm and add locally sourced seaweed (Ulva Compressa â€“ very similar to Sea Lettuce) for a minerally marine touch. This is one for the beach, and great for anyone who appreciates a lighter bodied refreshing beer that finishes dry and smooth.
Fields V2 -Â Brewed using a cocktail of yeasts and the addition of Sailors Grave farm rhubarb and white nectarine.
Drowned Man IPA -Â A hybrid style that takes the thirst-quenching sessionability of a Pale Ale and adds the complexity and character of IPA hop aromas and flavours. It lacks the aggressive bittering of a standard IPA allowing for a more easy-going drinking experience. Drowned Man is a rich honeyed gold with a clean crisp malt profile rounded out with an addition of un-malted oats. It finishes dry but has an almost creamy mouth feel and a subtle, thirst quenching bitterness. Hefty dry-hopping with Australian and US hops add citrus, melon and stone fruit juiciness with a little resinous pine along for the ride. This is a beer equally at home in a sweltering summer campground as it is around the table paired with charcuterie and antipasti.
Milky Way -Â An homage to Calpis, the ubiquitous Japanese fermented milk drink. Creamy, and slightly acidic, this is brewed with lactose, custard apple and vanilla beans; and soured with yogurt. Brewed for GABS 2017.
Law of the Tongue -Â Brewed with Wapengo Rocks organic oysters, roasty with hint of minerality from the oysters. Named after Old Tom, a famous killer whale from the sapphire coast.