In Big Shed’s hoppy dark monster, the high percentage of specialty grain brings the soul of malt, biscuit and coffee notes. The bitterness and aroma comes from the hit of hops added throughout the boil as well as dry-hopping. All this is backed up with higher than normal alcohol making a beer that is right on.
Big Shed Brewing naturally started out in a big shed on a rented property in the Barossa back in 2002. It has since grown into a successful commercial operation run out of a cool warehouse in Royal Park, South Australia.
DID YOU KNOW?
This Brown Ale won a Silver at the 2016 Craft Beer Industry Association Awards.