How's the Serenity

How's the Serenity

How's the Serenity will be available online and for take-away/collection from 12pm (Sydney time) on Friday 6 August 2021.

This one I'm really excited about. Inspired by one of our all time staff favourite beers, this is an arranged marriage of a certain type of wort with our house culture that I've been trying to matchmake for years. It has not disappointed in the least.

A sparkling Australian Wild Ale made with organic malted schooner barley (AU), organic black patent malt (AU), organic raw sugar (AU) and Pride of Ringwood hops (AU). Fermented and aged in a single 500 l puncheon before bottling, conditioning and maturation for four months before release.

Expect familiar Austra-Belgo hop aromatics, with a phenolic sweet/spiciness from the fermentation. The palate flows beautifully, full, fruity and with a clean bitter finish. This is not the last time we will give this a whirl.

The name of this beer, along with many of our other green bottle saison-inspired ales, come out of the book of Australian sayings. Quite obviously, its a quote from the 1997 comedic masterpiece that is The Castle.

There are 200 bottles available online and another 60 available at cellar door with very limited distribution to our stockists across Australia.

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