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Hive: Post Brood Blend #9

Hive: Post Brood Blend #9

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An ongoing collaboration with our friends and honey superstars Tim and Emma from Malfroy's Gold Wild Honey.

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Late May 2024 75cl  7% 10.0 5 years + 


An ongoing collaboration with our friends and honey superstars Tim and Emma from Malfory's Gold honey, Hive: Post Brood is a barrel aged golden mixed culture ale refermented with natural formed Warré hive post-brood wild comb from the Blue Mountains and Central Tablelands of NSW.  Each bottle is dipped in the same wax post-refermentation in this beer, there may be small residue still of propolis in the wax leaving black specks in the golden yellow beeswax.   

This next Hive makes use of Post Brood comb from a very rare Red Stringybark honeyflow event. Tim always says it best, and you can read about this here, but this honey itself has notes of lemon myrtle and ginger to taste with distinct floral lift, some exotic spice, lots of caramel and toffee, almost rose hip tea-like characters, sweet but with that similar earthiness of the bouquet

Tasting notes: The aroma just jumps out of the glass. It's bursting with florals, immediately followed with spices, clove and ginger, and a richer caramel note. There's perfumed citrus there too, a freshness. The palate is silky and full, the waxy character caressing your tongue. It evolves all the way along to the back of the palate where it finishes with a gentle tannic texture. 

120 bottles available online - limit 6 per person.

FOR FULL PRODUCTION AND TASTING NOTES, PLEASE SEE OUR CORRESPONDING BLOG POST.

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Pick Up

Pickup is available at Wildflower Brewing & Blending.
11-13 BROMPTON ST MARRICKVILLE 2204

Usually ready in 2-4 days

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