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Young Henry’s Newtowner

Young Henrys wouldn’t be what it is without Newtown. It’s our home, community and inspiration. So when the suburb celebrated its sesquicentenary and we were invited to brew a unique beer to celebrate, we jumped at the chance. The resulting beer was an Aussie Pale Ale called Newtowner. In a bit of a nod to the suburb’s past and present influences, we used a blend of English and Australian malts. Then we added three varieties of local hops to make it fun, fruity and even a little bitter - just like Newtown. This is a beer we wanted everyone in our community to enjoy, whether it was being thrown back at a gig or sipped slowly in a beer garden. The people responded and Newtowner is now a permanent part of our beer range. ...

Stone & Wood Pacific Ale

Inspired by our home on the edge of the Pacific Ocean and brewed using all Australian barley, wheat and Galaxy hops, Pacific Ale is cloudy and golden with a big fruity aroma and a refreshing finish....

4 Pines Pale Ale

‘AMERICAN STYLE PALE ALE A colourful deep Ruby Amber appearance. Aromas of Pine and Grapefruit overlay a malt background. On the palate full bodied malty flavours with a tight and bitter finish. 35 IBU / 5.1% ABV 4pinesbeer.com.au...

Mountain Goat Steam Ale

The Steam is a crisp, certified organic ale. We incorporate a slap of wheat malt in the grist make-up and ferment it cool. We use Cascade and Citra hops to give it a fresh, zippy finish. Great as the weather warms up. 4.5% ABV / 22 IBU www.goatbeer.com.au...

SAMPLE Gold Ale

Gold Ale pays homage to Kolsch but turns up the aromatics with sharp-flavoured Galaxy hops. It’s the batch full of lightness, both in colour and in being created to be the beer for every occasion. ABV 4.4% | IBU 20 | EBC 15-20 samplebrew.com.au...

Young Henry’s Hop Ale

Some people might call this beer an India Pale Ale, but we’re not sure what defines an IPA these days; is it English? American? West coast? East coast? No coast? So we prefer not to worry about ticking boxes and just call this beer what it is: Hop Ale. But this is no garden-variety hoppy ale. She's big, bold and beautiful. She's dark and mysterious. Not stout-black, more super dark red. If you triumphantly hold a pint of this beauty up to the light it'll show off amazing crimson hues, but in the depths of a darkened winter pub she'll be black as the night. The malty richness comes from a whopping seven malts - Australian and American, then tickled  with a little New Zealand (Kohatu). Each plays its part - Carafa gives it its dark colour, Crystal its red hue, Rye for spiciness and Munich for mouthfeel. All balanced out with that distinctive resinous hop flavour and citrus nose.  Not one for the faint hearted. But the new and improved Hop Ale remains dangerously drinkable all-year-round. www.younghenrys.com...