Bondi Tiramisu Stout, 375ml Can, ABV 5.5%
Dark, Rich, Chocolatey with a hint of Tiramisu. Bondi has created a complex dark malt profile, then topped it off with some Amaretto liqueur and vanilla. A Colab with their mates a Grana.
Dainton Choctail Espresso Mocha Stout, 355ml Can, ABV 9.0%
Coffee, beer and chocolate. Three key pillars of existence, together in one can! Fresh, cold brewed coffee from Little Rebel, cacao nibs from Ratio and a dash of Dainton … Delish.
Garage Project Cereal Milk Stout, 330ml Can, ABV 4.7%
Cereal Milk. Let’s be honest, it’s the best bit of breakfast in a bowl. Here in this beer they have combined this creamy comfort food with the rich, roast character of the milk stout. Brewed with corn flakes, oats, chocolate wheat and a generous dose of milk sugar, Cereal Milk Stout is rich, smooth and redolent of the sweet remnants of the breakfast bowl. Grab a spoon and dig in.
Reckless Brewing Winter Stout, 375ml Can, ABV 5.8%
Holy Mackerel this hoppy Stout is perfect for every occasion. Cascade and Centennial hops provide the perfect balance to the lightly roasty, smooth, dark as night malt backbone. A hint of sweetness is matched by a citrus explosion from the Citra double dry hop.
Moon Dog Timothy Tamothy Slamothy Milk Stout, 330ml Can, ABV 6.5%
Moon Dog beloved chocolate biscuit milk stout is back, this time with a caramel twist! They’ve taken all the best bits of the best choccy bikkie going ’round and given it a stout-y, caramel-y twist. This beer is even better when Timothy Tamothy Slamothy slammed, so grab a bikkie and get slurping!
Deeds Conductors Special Reserve Smoky Baltic Porter, 440ml Can, ABV 9.5%
This beer is dedicated to the railway conductors of yesteryear. Full uniform with vest and tie, golden belt buckle, kepi hat on top, and a gold watch and chain used to make sure everything was on schedule. However, what you don’t know is this gruff, serious fellow after collecting tickets or ticking off boxcars, would hunker down in the red caboose at the end of the train, hang up his cap, and subsist off a solid diet of whiskey or beer, chocolate, cigars, and sweet, sweet coffee for the duration of the trip whether it be two hours or two days. Brewed with chocolate and smoked malts and then layered with coffee, lactose, and vanilla, their Conductor’s Special Reserve will make you want to find your own space to hunker down, sit back, and watch the world go by.
Hope White Choc Porter, 375ml Can, ABV 6.5%
It’s Hope’s classic Choc Milk Porter, made with white chocolate. Infused with vanilla and milk sugar, this velvety smooth white porter gives sweet confectionery flavours.
Shapeshifter Porter, 375ml Can, ABV 5.6%
Porters were originally brewed back in the 18th century. Shapeshifter has always been big fans of this darker, malt forward style.This beer has dominant notes of malt and grain, sweet smooth chocolate and caramel, with a light coffee roast finish.With no additives, essences, lactose or vanilla – this is a straight up, no nonsense Porter ready for your enjoyment.
Bridge Road Robust Porter, 355ml Can, ABV 5.2%
Robust Porter strikes the perfect balance between light roast, nuttiness and subtle sweetness. It pours a deep brown with an off white head and a medium body. English malts and rolled oats provide a luxurious backdrop for the chocolate, coffee and vanilla flavours on the finish. Whilst it’s most popular in the cooler months, Robust Porter is a dark beer lovers dream all year round!
Bad Shepherd Peanut Butter Porter, 355ml Can, ABV 6.4%
A creamy and full-bodied Porter. Inspired by ‘Buckeye Candy’, moreish peanut butter fudge. Entices with a strong peanut aroma and smooth chocolaty flavour. Unique gold ‘peanut butter jar’ design catches the eye.
Batch The Big Kahuna Coconut Brown Ale, 375ml Can, ABV 4.8%
Cowabunga, dude! Before Batch was a twinkle in Chris and Andrew’s eyes, they were, like, totally on Waikiki beach on holidays from jobs they weren’t really doing anymore anyway. They were just like, woah, let’s do a coconut beer. And they did. Sweet story bro, but not as sweet as this winter brown ale. The Big Kahuna has some gnarly malt complexity, giving it a rich and flavoursome maltiness without ever blowing out the sweetness. Like, then they add toasted coconut into the mash, then into the boil, then into the fermentor, so that some super fragrant coconut aromas get mad air out of the glass. So wax your board and raise a glass to the winter months with some tropical tunes, colourful shirts and a bomber of the Big Kahuna. Mahalo, bro!
Sydney Brewery Speak Easy Black IPA, 375ml Can, ABV 6.0%
Pouring dark and smooth this 6.0% black IPA drinks real easy. The big dry hop of citra, amarillo and chinook provides the bold citrus aroma. Subtle dark malt characters and notes of caramel and toffee round it all out. You’ll be speaking easy.