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Beer description: Fill your tank and lubricate your mouth with Young Henrys’ rich, black Motorcycle Oil. A rich, black, hoppy beer roughly based on an American porter. The beer has been brewed with a generous amount of US Centennial and AUS Cascade hops and then dry hopped with US Citra resulting in a slightly resinous beer with a light citrus character on the nose.
The bitterness is moderate in this beer which complements a potent malt character of chocolate and roast aromas and a robust mouthfeel despite a surprisingly dry finish.
Sure to get your mouth purring like a finely tuned burn out machine.
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Beer description: Whether it’s raindrops on roses or whiskers on kittens, for our seventh birthday we’re celebrating all of our favourite things. Bright Copper Kettles is a Rye IPA created to mark the traditional seventh anniversary gift of copper. With a complex, caramel- driven malt base topped off by a spicy, apricot aroma from a combination of Slovenian and Australian hops, this limited release is the perfect birthday package tied up with string.
Upfront on the palate are malt driven flavours of toast, dark caramel, coco and gingerbread. The hop character then comes through with flavours of mandarin, grapefruit, spices and the same resinous pine as on the nose. This persists through a lingering bitterness.
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Beer description: Rodenbach Vintage is the unique selection by our Rodenbach brew masters, of the barrel which after two years of maturation has produced the best beer, “the best barrel of the year”. The label shows the number of barrel selected and the year at which the beer was first put into barrels.
Rodenbach Vintage is 100% matured old beer, resulting in superior Rodenbach Grand Cru. Its taste is complex, round, intense and refreshing. Typically, it gives apple tart fruitiness combined with caramel, wild honey and oak with a hint of vanilla, cherry and licorice. Its aroma has hints of caramel and oak, as well as notes of green apples mixed with honey and chocolate. The soft sour, fruity aftertaste is long and nicely balanced like a grand cru wine.
Beer description: Every so often the Goat brewers have time to sit and ponder why they restrict themselves to IPA’s as limited releases when we should have one on tap at our North Street brewery all year round.
For the North Street IPA we drew on twenty years of brewing experience, two consecutive AIBA Champion IPA trophies and some trial brews, with plenty of “tasting panels” along the way.
Beer description: Each year under the night sky, we honour the ancient technique of our brewing ancestors with the ritual of adding wood fired stones to our kettle to caramelise the brew.
Brewed for when the days are short and the nights are cold, our 2018 Stone Beer is a wood-fired porter. With aromas and flavours of roast barley, hints of coffee and dark chocolate, this winter release finishes with a firm bitterness.
Beer description: Every child in Italy is reared on the famous chocolate hazelnut spread for their afternoon snack or “Merenda”. Seeking inspiration from this and giving it a Nomad twist, we have sourced a nutty native alternative in roasted wattleseed to create a wattleseed sweet stout. Chocolate malts and oats were used to create a rich chocolate backbone, lactose added for a milky consistency and roasted wattle seed for the nutty aroma and palate. Combined together, you have a silky smooth nutty chocolate sweet stout..
Beer description: Once upon a time, there was a phermentor that rose out of a vast phorest. And in the phorest were birds and lakes and rocks and trees and cannabaceae humulus lupulus. The phorest was also inhabited by a small group of simple people, funnily enough called the hopheads. One year, when the phirst phrost appeared and the hop stores were plentiful, the hopheads gathered at the base of the phermentor and gave thanks for all the hops they had collected. They thanked the passionphruit Galaxy, the tropical Vic Secret, and the pineapple Mosaic. But most importantly, they thanked the intentionally-cloudy, moderately bitter, incredibly aromatic, full-bodied Vermont IPA that they had brewed, because it was Juicy as Phuck.