A resinous, piney IPA, like the ones Modus Operandi Brewing loved back in the day. The caramel malt backbone stands up to the hop punch they threw at it, rom Azaca, Centennial and Magnum, transporting you to a place where life was simpler and IPAs were bitterer.
Always dreaming but finally formalising the concept in 2012, it all started in a motor home traveling around the US of A, blaring Creedence and delving deeper into the craft revolution. They returned home to their beloved Northern Beaches with heads full of beer lovin’ and some very talented American brewers in their bags. Hailing from Oskar Blues Brewery, they taught them and their Aussie brewers the real art of craft beer, using first class materials and practices.
Did you know?
Back in the late 1940’s, the site of the brewery was a wholesome farmland that fed exotic animals at Taronga Zoo.