Tropic Crush

Session Ale
Brewer Notes

Easy drinking, sessionable ale. Gentle mandarin and citrussy driven hop notes supported by a medium body and a low malt sweetness. Finished with a refreshingly modest bitterness.

Beer Story

Summer in the tropics is all about hanging out at the beach or waterhole with friends, jumping on a boat to your favourite islands, exploring the reef, or wetting a line fishing. However the day unfolds, the stories of the adventures are best told over this thirst quenching brew with hints of mandarin and citrus!

COLLECTION: Summer seasonal range
COLOURr: Light orange
BODY: Medium
ABV: 3.5%
IBU: 22
MALTS: Ale Malt, Rye Malt, 
Munich Typ 1, Carapils, Medium Crystal Malt
HOPS: Mandarina Bavaria, Eclipse

Sunny Daze

Hazy Pale Ale
Brewer Notes

Light orange in colour. Honeydew melon, strawberry aroma supported by sweet orange tones. Really full, soft pillowy mouthfeel thanks to the generous addition of oats.

Beer Story

400 million years in the making, the Daintree Rainforest covered mountain range sets the stage for spectacular views from Port Douglas at sunset. When the very essence of time becomes a little hazy, the only thing left to do is sit back and relax with brew bursting with fruit juice and packed with hoppy flavour!

COLLECTION: Summer seasonal range
COLOUR: Light orange
BODY: Full
ABV: 5.2%
IBU: 26
MALTS: Ale, Oats, Carapils, Wheat, Crystal
HOPS: Wai-Iti, El Dorado, Hüll Melon, Rakau

Trans Tasman

Brewer Notes

IPL [Indian Pale Lager] or hoppy lager style. Light golden colour, soft pleasant mouthfeel thanks to the soft water in Cairns and the use of caramel malt, citrus driven hop character, balanced with a well rounded, refreshing bitterness.

Beer Story

As close friends and neighbours, Kiwis and Aussies have long debated the correct term for things: Is it an esky or chilli bin? Thongs or jandals? And let's not even go there on the whole Pavlova fiasco... But it's good to know that with borders closed we can still connect social distance style and brew a cracking beer like this hoppy lager you hold in your hand. Here's cheers to mates across the ditch!

COLOUR: Light golden
BODY: Medium
ABV: 5%
IBU: 20
MALTS: Pilsener, Munich type 1, Carapils
HOPS: Motueka, Galaxy, Citra

Mr. Wong 355mL can

Brewer Notes

A traditionally styled Hefeweizen with prominent clove and banana aroma, medium body, low bitterness and tart, spritzy character from increased carbonation provides for a refreshing finish.

Beer Story

He came to Australia looking to dig up gold, but instead ended up growing it. Thanks to Mr. Wong and his Chinese compatriots, the banana industry in FNQ flourished, ensuring a prosperous future for many of the towns in these parts – give that man a beer that has a lingering banana aroma. 

COLOUR: pale straw
BODY: medium
ABV: 5.0%
IBU: 14
MALTS: Ale and Wheat
HOPS: Citra and Wakatu

Canecutter Lager

Brewer Notes

Clean, citrus flavours on the palate with light tropical, passionfruit and watermelon aromas. Showcasing great Australian hops with a low bitterness and a crisp, refreshing finish.

Beer Story

Post WW2 an influx of immigrants found work on sugarcane farms. In the sweltering sun the cane cutters worked the fields of sugar cane under brutal conditions. Wielding their cane knife they set a rhythm without complaint. The more they cut, the more dollars they earned.  Stopping only for a quick slug of water they pressed on, strengthening an industry which Far North Queensland was built on. Here’s cheers to the unnamed canecutters of our region.

COLLECTION: Core range
COLOUR: Clear pale straw
BODY: Medium
ABV: 3.5%
IBU: 16
HOPS: Vic's Secret, Pacifica