– beers –

[what's in our tanks]

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5.8% ABV - 20 IBU

Dark in colour but damn refreshing.

A tart twist on the classic summer wheat, with a bright raspberry front that's fantastic for the hotter days of the year. That fresh start leads into the nutty, toffee flavours of the caramel wheat body for a better-rounded take on the classic summer fruit quencher.

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8.2% ABV - 25 IBU

A wee heavy for whisky lovers.

Why 'triple scotch'? We start with a wee heavy base, full of deep caramel flavours developed in the kettle. Barrel-smoked malt lends the body a touch of soft oak smoke and aged whisky. Finally, we finish the maturation on whisky-soaked Speyside barrels. The result is cool in the glass and warm in the throat, and as close to a pint of whisky as we've found.

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6.6% ABV - 30 IBU

 

 
 
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- COMING SOON -

 

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7.2% abv - 72 ibu

If you hate Campari, you'll hate this beer.

If, however, you're the sort of person who loves the bitter/sweet contrasts found in the best Italian amari, you need to try this. A crisp, full-bodied double IPA base supports citrus and herbal aromatics through the classic transition from sweet to dry. Negroni, Boulevardier, and Americano-lovers, please apply within.

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5.2% abv - 30 ibu

Not your typical red ale.

It starts out simply enough: a pure, coppery Irish red malt base. A trio of US hops lends a bright, west coast twist to the nose, before driving caramelised orange peel into the malt body. The final turn comes from a hearty dose of pale and dark rye, which dries those burnt sugar notes into a toasted grain finish that always leaves us reaching for another.