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.
Quiet Deeds was established in 2012 by childhood friends Patrick Ale & David Milstein. Both the guys studied Engineering and always had a dream of owning their own brewery. Like most Uni students, they had zero cash but plenty of beer drinking experience. Not long after they graduated, they started dabbling in the alcohol industry importing international beers with the bigger plan to make enough money to be able to build their own brewery.
DID YOU KNOW?
In 2010 Patrick and David became forerunners of Australia’s cider movement when they introduced Swedish Rekorderlig Cider. They launched first with the highly successful pear cider and swiftly followed it with apple, and strawberry and lime Rekorderlig in small batches. Red Island Group now distributes nine Rekorderlig Cider flavours.