The Beers

These are the beers we currently have available. Some beers are here for a long time, some beers are here for a limited time. It is important you try them as frequently as you can.

- we are currently hard at work building a platform for you to search for your nearest stockist. For the time being, any good bottle shop will either stock it, or be able to stock it. And if you can't find it shoot an email to [email protected] and we will help you.


Core Beers

 

Ask and you shall receive. We have these beers available from The Taphouse, in the trade, and will get you some if you contact us directly. These four are available in cans and in kegs all year round.

 

This is our Trail Ale can. Orange arrows pointing right. An artist's interpretation of the physical/delicious real thing

Trail Ale

Enjoy a couple and stay a while with this beer that is big in all the right places while only 3.5%. With floral hops that are well-balanced on a rich malt backbone. Built for the Yarra Valley outdoors, but for any type of session you find yourself in, this is perfect.

 

This is our Black Spur Draught can. Black arrows pointing right. An artist's interpretation of the physical/delicious real thing

Black Spur Draught

A classic draught beer that’s easy to start, and easier to finish. This beer shows respect for our patch, and for the drinker who wants a beer that tastes like beer. No frills. A smashing lager.

 

This is our XPA can. Yellow arrows pointing right. An artist's interpretation of the physical/delicious real thing

X.P.A

XPA for Extra Pale Ale. The style is somewhere between an America Pale Ale, and an India Pale Ale. Essentially a fruitier Pale Ale. This session drinker has some personality. And some juiciness. But it’s dry on the finish. It would be an understatement to say that it is fantastic. A late addition of Denali dry-hopping gives it a tropical punch to make this approachable session drinker a true knock-out.

 

This is our IPA can. Green arrows pointing right. An artist's interpretation of the physical/delicious real thing

I.P.A

IPA for India Pale Ale, the style is hoppy and big and full of flavour. Uncompromising and massive. This is the hopped-up hero for the initiated beer drinker. Stone fruit characters give a sweet note to the hop hit and balance out this style superbly.
Drink a beer as impressive as you are.

 

Specialties

 

A little more special. These beers are not available year-round. In fact, some of them only have one or two kegs produced EVER. If it says "gone" it's gone. You can ask for more but it won't do much good, these beers are available until they run out. And not a minute longer.

 

This is just our logo. It's black and white arrows on a white background. No biggie.

Coming soon...

Mandarin NEIPA. x.x% abv (May 2019)

This New England India Pale Ale is hopefully as much of a mouthful as the style-name is. Currently in ferment stage, this limited run beer of 5 kegs is launching at an unofficial Good Beer Week event in the Western Suburbs. The rest to be showcased at The Taphouse. More details to come...

 

Again - This is just our logo. It's black and white arrows on a white background. No biggie.

Coming soon...

Crab-Apple Sour x.x% abv (May 2019)

This special release uses a whack of Crab-Apples harvested from our property in the Yarra Valley to add a sweet-sour dynamic to a berliner weisse. This beer is a single-batch brew that will only be showcased at the Tippler & Co. during Good Beer Week, and our venue at the same time.

This may be a returning product, but for the time being, once it is gone it is gone!

 

This is just our logo. It's white and black arrows on a black background. This represents a beer that is no longer available.

(gone)

Quandong & Lemon Aspen Grisette. 4.4% abv (Feb 2019)

This little beauty took some Australian produce and showcased it in our fruity take on a funky-farmhouse Grisette-style of beer. The brief was "superfood/native Australian ingredients", so we went with fruit you've probably never heard of (we hadn't heard of Quandong or Lemon Aspen either). The quandong is a tart and small bush-peach, and the lemon aspen is a pocket-rocket version of a regular lemon.
We entered this single-keg beer in a local brewery mini-competition at The Hack Bar in Port Melbourne. Although we didn't come away with the win, we really enjoyed producing this beer and have absolutely zero plans to recreate it.