Young Henrys IPA, 375ml Can, ABV 6%
This 6% Oz/American style IPA is dangerously sessionable, has a slight hazy golden hue, balanced bitterness and a refreshingly dry finish. Massive tropical/citrus dry hop character brings it home.
Young Henrys Newtowner, 375ml Can, ABV 4.8%
Newtowner is a 4.8% beer in the style of a new Aussie Pale Ale made with Australian Pale and Crystal malts. It is finished with a trio of Australian hops, producing a golden, refreshing beer with a well-rounded malt and hop balance and a slightly dry finish.
Young Henrys Motorcycle Oil Porter, 375ml Can, ABV 5.5%
Young Henrys Motorcycle Oil is a smooth, hoppy, black beer with mild bitterness, roughly based on a hopped-up American porter. Originally brewed as a small batch in 2017 it’s back in black by popular demand, bigger and bolder as this year’s YH Winter release. Best served loud.
Young Henry Natural Lager, 375ml Can, ABV 4.2%
Young Henrys Natural Lager is made with 4 natural ingredients: hops, malt, water and yeast. The haziness of it’s golden appearance is due to the fact that it was created without filtering, preserving the delicate citrus aroma and taste in the Lager. This is a gentle, easy drinking beer with a dry finish. Best serves cold.
Young Henrys Unifier Hazy Pale, 375ml Can, ABV 5.4%
Collaboration brew with Rolling Stone Magazine – Hazy Pale 5.4% ABV. This bold Hazy Pale was made with Golden Promise, malted and rolled oats and stacks of hops for stone fruit aroma and flavour. This beer is inspired by music that has made a difference in the world.
Meeting on opposite sides of the bar, Richard Adamson and Oscar McMahon got talking. It turned out they both shared a love of beer and a view that the Sydney beer scene was behind the times. It should, they thought, be more adventurous, innovative and fun. Since Richard knew how to brew and Oscar knew all the ins and outs of hospitality, they figured they could do more than just talk.
DID YOU KNOW?
At the time Young Henrys started out, few people understood the concept of hand crafted beer so several development applications were rejected. But in 2012 the green light was given for an industrial warehouse space in Newtown. With the help of a few friends, a small brewing kit was purchased and Young Henrys was officially in business.