A refreshing kettle-soured wheat ale, it pours a blush reddish-pink with a creamy white head. Generous additions of raspberries and cascara deliver aromas of ripe red fruits and a black tea-like tannin structure. Milk sugar is added to give this beer a full, silky mouthfeel and a clean acidity ensures your palate is left refreshed.
Bodriggy’s brewery is located on a 1500 square metre industrial site across the road from Dr Morse, the craft beer bar co-owned by Bodriggy founder Peter Walsh and his partners. The company began gypsy brewing two years ago at facilities including Fury and Sons, Wolf of the Willows and Hawkers.
DID YOU KNOW?
The name ‘Bodriggy’ is a historical reference to the property, an old stonemasonry with the sign ‘Bodriggy Villa’ still visible on the roof of the building.