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4 Pines – Amber Ale

A hop driven, malt forward amber ale. Full flavoured and slight bitterness on the tongue

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Nomad Brewing – South Pacific Luau

A Pacific ale infused with passionfruit, orange and guava fruits to give you that south pacific, holiday vibe, even when you are in isolation.

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4 Pines – El Dorado IPA

Brewery: 4 Pines in Manly, NSW Style: IPA ABV: 6% Rate Beer: 47/100 Pour: That orange colour that signifies a glorious IPA. Also a decent white head. Citra will always be my favourite hop, but lately I’m digging the flavours and of El Dorado. Tropical fruits along with pear, mango, melon and candy. It’s a great […]

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4 Pines – Pale Ale

Brewery: 4 Pines in Manly, NSW Style: Pale Ale ABV: 5.1% IBUs: 35 Rate Beer: 56/100 Pour: Nice golden orange colour with a big frothy head A staple pale ale in the Australian market, this one has always reminded me of Sierra Nevada’s Pale Ale. Sure it has a different hop profile, but the malt profile […]

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4 Pines – Margarita Gose

Brewery: 4 Pines in Manly, NSW Style: Gose ABV: 5.2% Rate Beer: not listed on Rate Beer Pour: Light golden yellow with no real head on pour. Combining my two favourite beverages – beers and margarita’s. This has all the elements of a margarita, flavour wise. Agave, zesty lime and and a hint of salt. Quite […]

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Nomad Brewing Co – Powder Day Double Milk Stout

Brewery: Nomad Brewing Co in Manly, NSW Style: Milk Stout ABV: 8% Rate Beer: No Rating Yet Pour:  Thick black with a small tan head. “There’s no friends on powder day” it says on the can. I’ve never been one who got into skiing or snowboarding. I’m more the kind of guy who sits by the […]

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Yeastie Boys – Hot Space

So the idea of a XPA (extra pale ale) is that it’s more than a pale ale but not quite an IPA. So why is this a XPA but comes in at a session ale ABV?

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Yeastie Boys – White Palace

A Brut style lager with passion fruit and Pinot Gris, this is super sweet and super dry. This is one of the first brut beers that instantly reminds me of white wine.