Hargreaves Hill

A true phoenix from the ashes tale: Hargreaves Hill is the Victorian craft brewing scene's great survivor. When bush fires tore across the state on Black Saturday in 2009 this brewery in Steels Creek was destroyed along with most houses in the region.

The following weeks saw an outpouring of support for Hargreaves Hill from the craft beer community. And, just six months later, a new brewery was re-established in Lilydale, with a larger brew length, greater process control and improved bottling facilities. There, Simon and his brewing team have recommenced making old favourites ESB, Pale and Hefeweizen while experimenting with new styles, from Scotch Ales and Stouts to German Kellerbiers, an unfiltered lager style rarely seen in Australia, and more recently an Imperial Red Ale.

They have also taken part in a number of collabrative brews during Victoria's annual Good Beer Week festival. In 2012, they hosted a Masterclass of Champions with Californians Moylans and Norway's Nogne O, invited Brazilians Bodebrown to the brewery in 2013 and in 2014 took to the dining carriages of Puffin Billy with Oregon legends Deschutes. Early in 2014, a new head brewer, Kai Dambergs from White Rabbit, joined after Glenn Harrison moved to Temple, tweaking much of the existing range and adding new releases, including the brewery's first double IPA.

Visitors to the Yarra Valley can sample their full range as well as one-off specials while enjoying fine dining at the Hargreaves Hill restaurant and cellar door in Yarra Glen. Classically-trained pianist Simon and opera singer wife Beth converted the town's beautiful former National Bank building in 2007, turning it into an oasis for lovers of the grain in the heart of one of the world's foremost wine regions.

Name
Hargreaves Hill
Address

25 Bell Street
Yarra Glen
VIC 3775

Phone
(03) 9730 1905
Website
Website
Hours

Mon to Sat: midday to 11pm Sun: 8.30am to 5pm

On tap at Hargreaves Hill

The Regulars

ESB (Extra Special Bitter)

The beer that, more than any other, brought Hargreaves Hill to the attention of the wider world. A New World take on a traditional English style, it turned heads with huge, fragrant hop aromas seldom found in Australian beers at the time and a thick, toffee-like malt body shot through with passionfruit and a healthy whack of hop bitterness to finish. Previously only available in draught form, the second half of 2010 saw popular demand sated when it finally appeared in bottles, one of two beers selected to launch the brewery's new range of four-packs whose look mimics the restaurant in Yarra Glen. ··· Read more
Style
ESB
Strength
5.4%
Bitterness
55 IBU

Pale Ale

A great example of a balanced beer, Hargreaves Hill's Pale is a delicate blend of caramel and gentle hop bitterness. The US of American Cascade hops lend it a floral touch to the sweet malts on the nose and a marmalade like bitterness. ··· Read more
Style
Pale Ale
Strength
4.9%

Hefeweizen

A light, refreshing take on the German wheat beer style, this is a great summer drink bursting with anything from banana and clove to nutmeg and vanilla thanks to the use of the iconic German yeast strain Weihenstephan. Light yellow, slightly cloudy and pouring with a fluffy white head, if The Crafty Pint's stint working the Hargreaves Hill stall at an earlier Microbreweries Showcase is anything to go by, it's also rather popular with the ladies. ··· Read more
Style
Hefeweizen
Strength
4.9%

Stout

A new addition to the Hargreaves Hill bottled range in the second half of 2010, this is a Foreign Export style stout with a fuller body and higher alcohol content than most standard stouts. Not that you'd necessarily pick up the 6.7% alcohol in the flavour - it has little chance to grab your attention due to the wealth of dark cocoa and espresso coffee notes in a warming beer that balances the bitter edge of its roasted malts with malt sweetness. A good helping of East Kent Goldings hops from the UK give it a bitter finish. ··· Read more
Style
Foreign Export Stout
Strength
6.7%

The Specials

Hargreaves Hill Zenith IPA

It looks like Hargreaves Hill is on a mission to give Mountain Goat a run for its money in the "Who can brew the most different IPAs?" stakes. That said, other than the 2012 GBW collab with Nogne O and Moylan's (the devilishly bitter Imperial Black IPA Our Dark Secret of which we have one bottle left...), they've eschewed any temptation to brew anything other than a "pale" IPA. The latest is in keeping with that tradition, is called Zenith and, once again, has brought some beautifully florid prose from head brewer Kai Dambergs. So we won't even bother editorialising but instead hand straight over to him... "Heady, ripe fruit aromas from a sneaky tickle of Citra in the bright beer tank cover resolute qualities of pine, mandarin and resinous goodness from generous fermenter and late-kettle additions of Simcoe and Chinook," he says. "Vienna, biscuit and crystal specialty malts weave a rich tapestry around the generous hop flavour & aroma. Bitterness arrives fashionably late; shortly after ··· Read more
Style
IPA
Strength
6.9%
Stockists

Carwyn Cellars

Déjà vu Bar

Dr Morse

East of Everything

Goldmines Hotel, Bendigo

The Fifth Province, St Kilda

The Gertrude Hotel

The Mallow, Ballarat

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Released October 30 2014

Hargreaves Hill Maibock

As the seasons change and the Oktoberfests take hold, it’s time for Aussie brewers to turn their hands to brewing German style beers. For the most part, that means concocting a Marzen / Oktoberfestbier style maltier lager. At Hargreaves Hill, they’ve opted instead for a Maibock, essentially a stronger (and frequently hoppier) version of the delicate Munich helles lagers. They’ve brewed one before – in collaboration with Red Hill for a very early GABS – and this time have brewed with all European malts and European noble hops (in other words, some of the oldest, most delicate hop varieties in the world from which many newer varieties are derived) and fermented the beer with German lager yeast. Completing the traditional approach, the beer has been granted an extensive period of cold-conditioning (or lagering) in the fermentation cellar to make the Maibock as classic an interpretation as possible. The ever-eloquent brewer Kai Dambergs says to look out for “fresh bread crust and ··· Read more
Style
Maibock
Strength
7.2%
Stockists

Hargreaves Hill

Beer DeLuxe

Blackhearts & Sparrows

Brother Burger & The Marvellous Brew

Carwyn Cellars

Deja Vu

Slowbeer

The Alehouse Project

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Released September 25 2014

Hargreaves Hill / Deschutes Hopburst IPA

His predecessor in the head brewer role always professed to a love of black beers (and wasted little time knocking one out at his new home), but the new occupant of the role at Hargreaves Hill seems to have quite the affinity with hops. Since moving across the Yarra Valley from White Rabbit earlier this year, Kai Dambergs has made the Pale leaner and more hop forward, created an imperial IPA, a hopped up American Wheat and a number of IPAs, of which this is the latest. It's the result of a collaboration with US legends Deschutes that took place around the time they were taking the Oregon brewery's Kris Scholl for a beery cruise on Puffing Billy during Good Beer Week. It features ingredients from both brewery's home regions and takes its name from a 'hopburst' late kettle hopping regime made up of Australian Vic Secret, New Zealand Rakau and a promising new US hop variety Equinox. They're added to a selection of American caramel and toasted specialty malts to produce what we're told is "an ··· Read more
Style
American IPA
Strength
6.3%
Stockists

Beer Deluxe, Fed Square

Belgian Beer Cafe Melbourne

Hotel Lincoln

Junction Beer Hall

Nieuw Amsterdam

The Alehouse Project

[Gert

Released July 19 2014

Hargreaves Hill Barrique Barrel-Aged Stout

Hargreaves Hill's Stout (or Foreign Export Stout) is already one of the best of its kind in the land. And now it's been given a tweak that makes full use of the other thing the Yarra Valley is known for: you know, wine. A while back, the brewers decided to fill some French oak barrels formerly used for Shiraz by various local wineries with said stout and now they've decided it's ready and has been switched to kegs and sent on its merry way from the brewery. According to head brewer Kai Dambergs, this extended period of secondary fermentation and maturation and "several months of contemplation" yielded a "blackened, oaky beer of intensified breadth and depth, with the normal chocolate and coffee notes taking a backseat to a deepened acidity, rich sweet liquorice and dark berry malt characters upfront, yielding to a dry, textured finish that continues to dance across the palate long past the final encore." A stout that leads to dancing well past the encore? Sounds like last year's Crafty ··· Read more
Style
Barrel-Aged Stout
Strength
6.8%

Released June 18 2014

Hargreaves Hill Imperial IPA

Last time we popped in to see the team at Hargreaves Hill, there was a distinct buzz in the air. Hops ' and a lot of them ' were about to be added to a new brew that was in progress at the brewery. That brew is now here, and is an Imperial IPA inspired by brewery founder Simon Walkenhorst's first encounter with the iconic Pliny the Elder from Russian River. Based around the simplest of malt backbones to allow the hops to shine, it has been dosed up then dosed up then dosed up some more with US hop varieties Simcoe, Amarillo and Chinook. When we say dosed up, we mean heavy late kettle hopping, dry hopping post-fermentation and even more dry hopping after that for good measure. Although we've yet to sample it, we are told by a brewer Kai Damberg that the resultant beer exhibits "a deep rich amber hue" and that "pine needles, fresh mango and mandarin hop characters overlay the light toffee malt aroma. Strong and clean malt flavour underlies vibrant tropical fruit, candied orange and resinous ··· Read more
Style
Imperial IPA
Strength
8.6%
Stockists

Oscar's Alehouse, Belgrave

Hargreaves Hill

Great Britain Hotel as part of Pint of Origin VIC

Oscar's Alehouse

Slowbeer

The Terminus (also tapping

Released May 18 2014

Hargreaves Hill Fresh Hop Ale

With former Hargreaves Hill head brewer (and regular Crafty Pint blind tasting panellist) Glenn Harrison having upped sticks after six years to join Temple, the Yarra Valley brewery has brought in a replacement from just a few kilometres away. Kai Damberg joined Hargreaves recently from White Rabbit and was given free rein to design their 2014 fresh hop beer. The brewery secured some fresh Ella hop cones ' shipped directly from Tassie by Hop Products Australia on the day of harvest ' and decided to showcase it within an American-style wheat ale, using the mash tun as an impromptu hopback to extract as much of the hop's floral, spicy goodness as possible before embarking on some "dry wet hopping" in the bright beer tank. The results, says Kai, is "a soft rounded ale with a generous ABV that harmonises well with Ella's gentle-but-firm nature." He says to look out for "gentle aromas of melon, guava and berries that follow down through the glass, with apricot notes as the beer warms. A moderate ··· Read more
Style
Fresh Hop American Wheat
Strength
6.8%
Stockists

Hargreaves Hill

Beer DeLuxe Hawthorn

Belgian Beer Cafe Melbourne

[Brother Burger & The Marvellous Brew](/beer/bar/brother-burger-and-th

Released April 23 2014

Hargreaves Hill New Season IPA

The brewers at Hargreaves Hill have been enjoying themselves with hops, particularly new varieties (or varieties new to them), in recent years. There's been the Topaz & Amarillo IPA (A.K.A. Melanie), Admiral Nelson IPA, C4 IPA and the recent Eldorado IPA list a few. With the most recent crop of US hops recently arrived in Australia, their back with another. This time they are showcasing varieties that play an important role in some of their core beers, Pale Ale and Extra Special Bitter. They have chosen Citra, Amarillo and Simcoe, combined them with a simple grain bill ' UK Golden Promise with a small percentage of Chocolate Malt ' and used them both at the various stages within the brewing process and then all three in "generous quantities" for dry hopping. According to head brewer Simon Walkenhorst: "The result is a beer which exhibits fresh and vibrant hop character, with a sweetly tart hop flavour from the Citra and Simcoe. The perceived bitterness is not overpowering, but builds ··· Read more
Style
IPA
Strength
6.2%

Released February 9 2014

Hargreaves Hill El Dorado IPA

Our first experience of the El Dorado hop was on a tour of Hunter S Thompson's mate's US brewery Flying Dog. It was the latest beer in their single hop series, a series that, being Flying Dog, looked to showcase hops in the format of a 10 per cent Imperial IPA. A bit like Mosaic, it's one of the new breed of US hops that seems to overwhelm brewers who come into contact with it with an uncontrollable urge to create beers that showcase its lively citrus characteristics. That's the case with Hargreaves Hill, although being a much more refined bunch than Flying Dog they're doing it with a eminently more sensible 6 per cent IPA. They've got credit in the bank here, with past IPAs including the impressive Topaz / Amarillo, C4 and Admiral. For this one, the brewers have used a "simple but pronounced malt character" of Golden Promise with a touch of Chocolate and Crystal malts for colour and flavour. Residual sweetness keeps the bitterness (55 IBUs for those taking notes at the back) obtained ··· Read more
Style
IPA
Strength
6.0%
Bitterness
55 IBU
Stockists

Hargreaves Hill

The Terminus

Belgian Beer Cafe Eureka

Brother Burger & The Marvellous Brew

[East Of Everything](/beer/bar/east-

Released December 1 2013

Hargreaves Hill Pilsner

Over the years, Yarra Valley brewery Hargreaves Hill has released a variety of pilsners, often showcasing one hop or another. And, with summer on its way, they're back with a fresh version. In keeping with their fondness for unearthing rare styles, such as past releases like the Maibock they created with Red Hill or the Grisette brewed for GABS in 2012, they've ignored the Bohemian and German styles most Aussie brewers use for inspiration and instead opted for a pre-Prohibition era US style pilsner. What that translates to is 25 per cent maize in the grain bill, six per cent alcohol and generously hopping with Northern Brewer. It was originally served as a Kellerbier (unfiltered) from a cask at the Local Taphouse's Oktoberfest with additional Summer hops added. The finished version is out now and is best located, requested and quaffed fresh. ··· Read more
Style
American Pilsner
Strength
6.0%
Stockists

Belgian Beer Café Eureka (Crafty Pint listing coming soon)

The Local Taphouse St Kilda

The Terminus

Hargreaves Hill

Healesville Hotel

[B

Released October 24 2013

Hargreaves Hill / Bodebrown Lupolado Bock

Last year, a travelling Tasmanian beer blogger who had written a piece for The Crafty Pint before setting off around the world called in to Bodebrown, a small craft brewery in southern Brazil. They'd recently won the Best New Exhibitor title at the 2012 Australian International Beer Awards and made Adam feel at home, so much so he suggested we get in touch with them about this year's Good Beer Week. We did, they came, they had fun, so did everyone that met them, and they've left behind a beer brewed with Hargreaves Hill. Samuel and Paulo Cavalcanti are legends of the Brazilian brewing scene, known for high ABV and highly hopped beers, who possess the KombIPA - a jet black Kombi van that pours their six different IPAs (including the Cacau one brewed with California's Stone). So it was some surprise when the recipe they sent over to Hargreaves Hill so they could brew a batch before they landed in Melbourne was for a Bock (in other words a strong German style lager). Weren't these the hopheads? ··· Read more
Style
Hop Bock
Strength
6.4%

Released June 3 2013

Hargreaves Hill The Phoenix

The first Phoenix was brewed back in 2010 to mark Hargreaves Hill's return to brewing after the original brewery was destroyed in Victoria's Black Saturday fires. A luxurious Imperial Red Ale that has stood the test of time quite magnificently, as we discovered in a tasting alongside the new batch recently, it has been brought back just in time for Christmas. Once again presented in a number of wax-sealed, limited edition (350) 750ml bottles, it's a beer you can set down for years to come. Alternatively, drunk fresh it's a rich, full-bodied, multifaceted treat that glistens rusty red in the glass and has that soft, velvety mid-palate familiar to many of Hargreaves' beers. As for the wax seals, they're handy for ensuring you only drink The Phoenix at a time when you're going to fully appreciate it as we discovered when pulling our last bottle of 2010 out of the fridge rather too late one night; after 15 minutes chipping away unsuccessfully at the wax, we gave up and went to bed, awaking ··· Read more
Style
Imperial Red Ale
Strength
9.8%
Stockists

Hargreaves Hill (keg and bottle)

Slowbeer (keg and bottle)

Purvis Cellars (bottle)

Purvis Beer Richmond (bo

Released December 23 2012

Hargreaves Hill Russian Imperial Stout 2012

A beer that in its first incarnation last year blew The Crafty Pint and many of its big-beer-loving mates away and then, earlier this year, did the same to the judges at the Australian International Beer Awards, where it picked up a gold medal. Given its success, it had to return and, thus, here it is. Not quite as massive in terms of ABV as the last one, but still registering 11.3 per cent, it's a full-bodied, rich, roasty, creamy, everythingy kind of imperial stout - a little softer than last year's apparently too. It's a beer you can sit on for hours and which the brewers hope will find a home in many a cellar ready to be pulled out and shared as an after dinner treat with friends. ··· Read more
Style
Russian Imperial Stout
Strength
11.3%
Stockists

On tap

The Alehouse Project

Courthouse Hotel

Hargreaves Hill

In bottle (out later this month)

[Purvis Cellars](/beer/bottleshop/purvis-beer/

Released September 19 2012

Our Dark Secret

A beer like no other... When the 2010 and 2011 Champion Exhibitors from the Australian International Beer Awards, Nøgne Ã? and Moylan's, visited Australia for the first time for Good Beer Week in 2012, we asked them if they'd get together and brew a beer. They agreed, we built an event around it and, three months later, the secret was out. A massively hoppy imperial black IPA featuring a huge amount of Aussie hops, including several kilos of the as-yet-unreleased Victoria's Secret variety, it has some soft cocoa characters in amongst the hops once it warms, along with some roastiness that rides in at the end to join in the fun in what must be one of the most bitter beers brewed in Australia. Thanks to Hargreaves Hill for agreeing to host the brew, assisting the brewers on the day and getting it into the tanks with what we believe was one of the toughest transfers ever thanks to all the hop flowers in the kettle! ··· Read more
Style
Imperial Black IPA
Strength
8.2%
Stockists

Hargreaves Hill One keg

Beer DeLuxe Two kegs

The Wheaty Two kegs

The Local Taphouse Darlo Two kegs

Jack Green

Released September 8 2012

Hargreaves Hill C4 IPA

We have to be careful when writing about IPAs from Hargreaves Hill. We mistook a joke about the name of the Topaz and Amarillo IPA from 2011 as serious which resulted in parts of the beer world thinking it was indeed called Melanie. So just to be certain, this one is called the C4, not 4C IPA. So called because it contains four hop varieties that begin with the letter C - Citra, Columbus, Centennial and Chinook - and also in a nod to the IRA's explosive of preference in its 20th century campaign against the British Government, presumably as it's a hop bomb. That said, while it is bursting with those piney, citrusy notes you'd expect from such hops - and possesses a resiny character in the mouth - it's far from explosive. Instead it's all under control, with the malt backbone holding everything in check, the bitterness firm but not overbearing and the result yet another addition to Hargreaves fine arsenal of beers. ··· Read more
Style
US IPA
Strength
5.4%
Stockists

Hargreaves Hill

Royston

Others TBC

Released April 24 2012

Hargreaves Hill Russian Imperial Stout (bottled)

One of the biggest beers ever produced in Australia is now available in a very limited run of 750ml bottles. Hargreaves Hill's RIS weighs in at more than 12% ABV and packs just as much flavour. One friend of Crafty who likes his uber-beers went so far as to claim it could be the best Victorian beer he'd ever tasted when it was on tap in 2011. If you missed out then, grab a bottle or two before they're gone - and don't worry about whether it's too hot for such a beer now as they'll last a fair while. Here's what we had to say about it when it was available in draught form. ··· Read more
Style
Russian Imperial Stout
Strength
12.3%

Released January 2 2012

Hargreaves Hill Russian Imperial Stout

You know when you take your first mouthful of a particularly feisty chili or curry and it sends your taste buds into overdrive, firing off warning messages to your brain that this one might just be too hot to handle? Then you soldier on and, palate suitably adjusted, it turns out you were just being a wuss. Well, it seems the same can apply to big bastard beers like this Russian Imperial Stout, the biggest beer yet released by Hargreaves Hill. After wallowing in the lovely rich aromas - dark caramel, vanilla, sweet liquorice - the initial taste was a surprise: an intense coffee-like bitterness that left a dusty coating. "Hmmmm..." we thought, uncertain. But, just as a test wicket requires careful preparation before a titanic battle can commence, so The Crafty Pint's gob needed resetting up a few notches in readiness for tackling this oily, ruby-tinged black beast. And what an enjoyable battle it turned out to be. If you've tasted the brewery's Stout - itself pretty bold - you'll recognise ··· Read more
Style
Russian Imperial Stout
Strength
12.3%

Released July 28 2011

Hargreaves Hill "Melanie"

In an attempt to bring a female touch to his brewery (or perhaps revealing a hitherto untapped weakness for puns) Hargreaves Hill founder Simon Walkenhorst gave his latest beer the working name Melanie. A Topaz & Amarillo India style Pale Ale, it's been brewed using fresh Topaz flowers given to the brewery by Hop Products Australia on the day they were harvested. He says the working name is in part because the beer "tastes pretty melon-y, like honeydew melon, with a healthy bitterness". They've also used 99% maris otter grain and a little bit of Simpson's Chocolate Malt "to add colour and flavour". Apparently the working name has been replaced by the rather more prosaic "Topaz & Amarillo IPA", but why not test out the bar staff with "A Pint of Melanie, please?" anyway? ··· Read more

Hargreaves Hill AD (750ml bottles)

At Crafty, we like to think we're on top of things when it comes to new beers coming out of Oz's craft breweries. So we were most upset when at a beer vs wine dinner at The Courthouse in North Melbourne earlier this month, the owner pulled out a bottle of this, Hargreaves Hill's latest Abbey Dubbel. How'd he get one before us, hey? Jesting aside, given it appeared rather late in the course of the evening, we wouldn't want to say too much of our recollections, other than it was a beer boasting layers of flavour, the richness of mouthfeel Hargreaves captures in many of its beers and a drier, spicier finish than we recall in earlier versions. Instead we'll leave it to brewer Simon Walkenhorst to tell you it's "brewed with a complex grain bill consisting of Dingemans Special B, providing depth of colour, chocolate malt and acidulated malt to add some raisiny notes and acidity. We gave it a warm fermentation with Westmalle yeast, which lends some fruitiness and a little bit of sarsparilla bite." ··· Read more
Style
Belgian Dubbel
Strength
7.5%
Stockists

Hargreaves Hill

Slowbeer

Purvis Beer Richmond

Purvis Beer

[Blackhearts & Sparrows](/beer/bottleshop/blackhea

Released April 29 2011

Hargreaves Hill AD

In keeping with the brewery's philosophy of creating traditional beers comes the return of the Hargreaves Hill Abbey Dubbel, their take on the Trappist style of strong brown ale with its origins in Belgium. Theirs is a faithful recreation, weighing in around 7.5%, that uses a special strain of Westmalle yeast from Belgium. Hargreaves founder Simon Walkenhorst will tell you of "notes of raisin and sarsparilla gracing the palate, which is quite dry and lightly bitter giving a pleasant perception of sweetness". Crafty will tell you we've yet to meet anyone who doesn't rate it, so get it - and savour it - while you can. ··· Read more
Style
Abbey Dubbel
Strength
7.5%

Released February 3 2011

Hargreaves Hill Yarra Valley Pilsner

The release of Mountain Goat's summery Skipping Girl on Wednesday doesn't appear to have stopped the rain so perhaps the release of a second seasonal this week from Victorian brewers will do the trick. This time it's the latest batch of Hargreaves Hill's Yarra Valley Pilsner, brewed with Summer Saaz, a variant of the famous Czech hop variety and lightly dry hopped. It's on tap in Melbourne from today and will be on the lineup of Aussie hoppy beers at Tuesday's Ale Stars session at The Local Taphouse in St Kilda, where the guest is Tim Lord, from major Aussie hop producer HPA. ··· Read more
Style
Czech Pilsner
Stockists

Hargreaves Hill

Courthouse Hotel

The Local Taphouse St Kilda

Lincoln Hotel, Melbourne

Released January 14 2011

Hargreaves Hill Phoenix

ONLY 350 WAX-SEALED, NUMBERED BOTTLES RELEASED. The folks at Hargreaves Hill decided to make a beer to mark the year's anniversary of their return to brewing following the destruction of the original brewery in the Black Saturday fires. And for such a worthy milestone comes a worthy beer - an absolutely monstrous Imperial Red Ale that's likely to turn as many heads as their New World take on the ESB did when it first hit taps. We could bang on about forests of fresh pine, clotted cream toffees, butter biscuits, thick cut Olde English marmalade, deep auburns, mouth-filling creaminess, tingly alcohol warmth and obscene amounts of resiny Simcoe hops. But we won't. All we'll say is there's only 350 individually numbered, wax-sealed 750ml champagne bottles available and you really, really don't want to miss out. ··· Read more
Style
Imperial Red Ale
Strength
9.8%
Stockists

Hargreaves Hill Restaurant

Slowbeer

Purvis Beer

Oscar's Alehouse

[Mordy Cellar Door](/beer/bottleshop/mordialloc-ce

Released December 9 2010

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