A Shiraz for the people! The People’s Champion has a seamless blend of red and dark berry fruit. Blackberry, raspberry and plum along with a subtle spice, mineral and cedar wood. This full flavoured wine is suitable for any occasion, any day!
Named world whisky of the year in 2008, this 10 year old Ardbeg is respected around the world as the peatiest, smokiest and most complex single malt of them all. This whisky has a range of intoxicating flavours, an intense smoky fruit with zesty lemon and lime. Along with black pepper pops and sizzling cinnamon spiced toffee. Followed by buttermilk, ripe bananas and currants. The end result is a long and smoky finish, this is a serious scotch for a serious whisky lover!
Triple Swaf, is a blonde beer that has re-fermented in the bottle. It is based on a recipe that is 100% original. On tasting this triple you will be struck by its 8% ABV with zesty aromas of coriander, followed by a subtle bitterness that makes its presence felt. All this comes with a full-mouthed taste and a lovely lingering finish.
Clear golden colour with a small white head. Aroma of caramel, fresh yeast and almond meal. Taste is sweet, grainy malt finishing with a bitter finish and medium carbonation. A very nice triple.
The Triple has a deep golden colour. It is brewed with a large variety of different hops and malts with added Demerara sugar. It is incredibly complex, aromatic, full of flavours such as banana, orange and hops.
A strong, dry and spicy trappist ale.
The product of a secondary fermentation lasting 5 weeks. This is a complex ale with a fruity aroma and a nice nuanced hop scent. It is soft and creamy in the mouth, with a bitter touch carried by the fruity aroma. An exceptional ale, with a great deal of finesse and elegance, and with an extremely long after taste.
Colour from nature. Not an ordinary gin. @ink_gin
Ink Gin is a premium dry gin made with 13 organic botanicals, including a mix of traditional and Australian natives. Like all true gins, juniper berries are the largest botanical component, however the defining character of Ink Gin comes from the second tier botanicals led by locally grown lemon myrtle leaf, coriander seed, Tasmanian pepper berry and freshly peeled sundried sweet orange peel. These major ingredients give Ink Gin its fresh piney, spicy and citrusy aroma and flavour. The third group of minor botanicals include elderflower, cinnamon, cardamom, angelica root, oris root, licorice root and lemon peel. Like a pinch of salt, these minor ingredients are critical to the end result adding perfume, body and balance.
The final ingredient is added in a post-distillation infusion. The specially prepared petals of the butterfly pea flower are steeped in the still for twenty-four hours to give Ink Gin its distinctive colour.
Butterfly pea flowers are highly sensitive to pH. When the floral-infused Ink Gin is mixed with something of low pH (including gin's best friends; tonic water, lime or lemon), the colour changes dramatically from blue to blush pink. Not magic – just science.
As well as contributing to Ink’s curious colour-changing properties, the delicate obscuration of the floral ink makes for smooth drinking. The flower’s subtle astringency leaves the palate crisp and clean, allowing the citrus and floral notes of the major botanicals a long, refreshing finish. Have fun experimenting with Ink Gin in your favourite cocktails, or drink neat or over ice.
Orval beer is a high fermentation beer. The ageing process adds a fruity note, which strikes a subtle balance between the beer’s full-bodied yet complex flavour and bitterness.
The beer was first brewed in 1931 and owes its unparalleled taste to the quality of the water, the hops and the yeast used. The brewery has selected very aromatic and unique hop varieties, which hark back to the first brewmaster of Orval, who hailed from Bavaria. The beer’s aromas are very pronounced while maintaining the right level of bitterness thanks to the English method of dry hopping.
Smell of cheese and apple cider. Pours copper cloudy with a big foamy head. I taste wood, grapefruit and oak. A nice acidic sourness with a nice hoppy bitterness. A full bodied nicely carbonated with a dry bitter finish. One of the classics!!
A 2015 addition to the Scapa range, the Skiren is a handsomely honey'd single malt Scotch whisky which has been distilled in the Scotch whisky industry's only remaining working Lomond Still! It was matured in first fill American oak casks, bringing plenty of vanilla and honey notes to the table. The name comes from the Old Norse word for "glittering bright skies"... Nose: Honey and fresh cream. Hints of apple and a touch of anise. Maybe some crushed nuts.
Palate: Continued honey warmth and richness. Sparks of juicy pear and lemon peel. Touches of oak develop further on, bringing some balancing spice.
Finish: Medium length and a bit sweet, with oak lasting to.
Finally a Rosé to Ramble about! This Rambling Rosé has a vibrant red berry and raspberry flavour along with white flowers, rose petal and a subtle dark spice. The result is a bright and fresh Rose that delivers a full flavour!
What a pleasant surprise. Beautiful label. A deep strong ale and pretty smooth for a triple, sweet bitterness, hops and well balanced alcohol (8.5%) it hides it's strength well. What more do you want? A decent triple.
Beer Pastor'Ale has a honey-golden guard, clear, properly saturated, with a foam of rather short duration, but a beautiful hang. It has a deep malt fragrance, well hopped. It's semi-dry flavour has a bitterness that fills the mouth. It is a full-bodied beer and a bit rough. Its guard is correct and full-bodied.
A golden blond beer, with the characteristic creamy-white Duvel head, and tiny bubbles. This beer is slightly less clear than the classic Duvel. The Duvel Tripel Hop is served in the same unique glass that's used for the classic Duvel: its well-known tulip-shaped glass is perfectly suited to this refined beer. An elegant but pronounced bitterness with a dry finish. Its citrusy fruitiness and hoppy bitterness are well-balanced by its alcohol content, and combine to make a complex and refined marriage.
Sprocket features Mosaic lupulin powder, a new hop product that adds intense tropical fruit flavours, and then kicks in with further hops including Amarillo, Citra & Galaxy.
Clear golden yellow with a good white head, great fruity, complex aroma. Citrus, passionfruit, mango and grapefruit with biscuity malt and resin flavours at the end followed by a lingering bitterness. Definitely one of the best in Oz, yummy! @bentspoke_brewery
Dark blood red. Cassis and dark plum, leathery spice and regional notes of fennel mint. Juicy plum and dark cherry characters over a slate granite earthiness, deep, dark and dangerously intense, integrated tannins and dense fruits wound up in savoury spice, alluring with a lingering persistence, the synergy between delicate and robust which defines the most exquisite Clare Valley Cabernet. @claymore_wines
Le Grand Rossignol has recently been added to our stock! This lovely French wine has a powerful and complex bouquet of liquorice, black cherry, blackberry graphite and cedar. It’s full,silky and coated tannins wrap you up in softness as you drink this rich yet elegant wine!
DREAMED UP OVER THIRSTY TREKS HIGH UP IN THE MOUNTAINS IN SEARCH OF OUR INNER SPIRIT ANIMAL. THIS XPA IS BREWED FOR SESSIONABILITY IN THE WILD. A LITTLE EASIER ON THE A.B.V BUT STILL PACKING PLENTY OF PUNCH WITH FORWARD HOP FLAVOURS OF STONE FRUITS & PASSIONFRUIT TO REFRESH & DELIGHT. A light-bodied, hop forward pale ale that is not short of flavour, I can't believe it's 3.5% A/H. What a delicious drink. @capitalbrewing
Introducing Glenfiddich! This 18 year old single malt scotch whiskey is aged in Oloroso sherry and bourbon oak casks! The end result is a rich baked apple and cinnamon spice complimented by robust oak notes that have deepened and mellowed over time! A perfect smooth and full flavoured whiskey for any occasion!
This 'extra pale ale' is “all about putting a big hop engine on a stripped-down malt chassis”. This streamlining has resulted in a beer with a fresh hop aroma (courtesy Mosaic, Galaxy and Citra) and smooth, complex hop-dominated taste. Just enough malt in there to send big tropical fruit notes racing down your gullet.
Pours clear golden with a white head and tropical fruit hop aroma. Low malt impact.....could be an entry level Pale Ale and very pleasant as a quaffer.
Modus Operandi has released Tropic Haze, its final national limited release for 2018. An unfiltered pale ale at 5% ABV, MO Tropic Haze is dry hopped with Galaxy and Citra.
This unfiltered pale ale will meet you with tropical fruit aromas, delivering a distinctly refreshing hop flavour and leaving a balanced slightly bitter finish. Naturally cloudy and easy drinking, she's a ripper. @modusoperandibrewing