Wort kits are a fantastic way to keep you and your friends supplied with craft beer at home without breaking the bank account. The fresh wort comes in a 15L cube straight from the craft brewery. All you need to do is pour it into your fermenter, add 5L of water, put your yeast in, seal your fermenter and let the yeast go to work. The final step is either keg it or bottle it and enjoy!
From Zierholz brewery we currently have:
This beer combines a delicate fruitiness derived from fresh European style hops grown in Nelson, New Zealand and a pure German Ale yeast strain from a brewpub in Cologne with an appetizing malt character created using premium malts from Bamberg in Bavaria.
From Jindabyne Brewing we currently have:
Fresh, nutty malt with hints of caramel give our golden ale a solid backbone to underpin the delicious hop combination. Predominant aroma and flavours of fresh passionfruit and pineapple, with complexity and depth.
Our take on an American pale ale, has a rich red colour with complex maltiness, toasted caramel, toffee and biscuit flavours, multiple additions of Mosaic hops shine in this beer giving off enticing fruit flavours and aromas.
From All Inn Brewing Co we currently have:
Modest strength conceals a richness of malt and a delicately opulent bouquet of mint, floral, grass and spice notes from a goodly dose of classic English Fuggle hops.
An excellent introduction to Mosaic hops in a simple, clean, and only moderately bitter beer. Mango, pine, citrus and stonefruit notes.
Built for surviving and thriving in the heat. A restorative concoction with a touch of wheat malt, uplifted by modern Australian hop varieties.
Nevermind its mechanical appearance, Clockwork is a soulful porter with coffee and chocolate flavours combined with subtle earthy and woody characters for added complexity. Brewed with no added extras, just a careful selection of seven different malts, it’s more than the sum of its parts.
A sturdy but sprightly malt base provides a firm foundation for fresh fruit and spice notes to show off a little.
This is a consequence of many things: of bucking the trends, ignoring the fashion, and working hard to make a rewarding, unpretentious beer with a lean, pale malt base and subtle bitterness – a pleasant surprise in this complex world. Whenever you need a crisp, dry lager, there will be Consequences.