A full-bodied Amber Ale, just like your favourite Pony. An unfiltered, Caramelly, malty and citrusy hop flavour fire brew that blows the rust off our brewery shed every time we brew it.
Super smooth and gorgeously gold in colour, this beer is the hoppiest of them all. A dangerously easy to drink West Coast IPA, with a moderate bitterness in the back palate leaving you wanting more.
Region: South Australia, Australia
Style: India Pale Ales
An extremely easy drinking session Ale with loads of aromatic hops from extensive dry hopping, this is the perfect summer beer and at 4.1% ABV, you can have an extra one just to make sure you have quenched that thirsty soul.
Refreshing and thirst quenching Summmer Ale made from 100% Pilsener Malt and hopped six times with only Citra hop, producing lychee, mango, pineapple, orange and melon characters. Straw coloured, light malt sweetness, moderate bitterness with a citrus kick and dry finish. This Pony has made itself a fruit bowl.
This ale is based on an ‘American Imperial Double Red Ale’ according to the British Ale Style Guide. With a dark red brownish colour, a firm creamy head and lots of fruity aromas on the nose, this ale has a big, malty body with late bitterness. The Red has been crafted with big dry hop aromas coming through from citrusy and tropical fruity hop varieties. With late lingering bitterness it is in perfect harmony with the fruity hop aromas. This Thoroughbred goes well with Asian and Curry dishes and presents well when matched to blue cheeses and smoked meats.
The Burgess / Kubrick-referencing title makes sense when it hits the glass: a light orange, tangerine appearance heralds an citrus hop aroma that leans heavily into orange territory. Some light malts balance the hefty 50 IBUs of bitterness, creating a pale ale that slides down easy.
This dark ale is between an “American Black Ale” and “American Stout” according to British Ale Style Guide. Designed with reduced burned roast astringency and low on dry roast bitterness finishing normally found in stouts, this Black Ale has been crafted with a balanced towards rich roasted malty flavours, coffee, chocolate, liquorice and molasses. Late, lingering with moderate bitterness to balance the initial sweetness.
A big body yet light and easy to drink. Ideally matched with slow cooked meat dishes like shanks, beef cheeks, stews and bakes, this ale is also a favourite with desserts.
It’s the season of gifting and after the year we’ve had, there’s just no better gift than a good bottle of happiness. Whether you’re looking to get something for that special someone, your parents, to impress your in-laws, or simply looking to surprise an old friend, we’ve got a little something for everyone, kids included! […]