Given they've held sheep-shearing contests at the hotel that is home to Tooborac Brewery, it seems only right that they have a beer named in honour of it. And it seems only right that the beer is a refreshing lager, the sort you'd hanker for after a solid days' shearing.
Since the 2015 rebrand, it's presented as a wolf in sheep's clothing. In the glass, it pours a pale straw colour with lemony hops and light honey like malt aromas. It's lightly fruity, softly sweet and as easy-going as you'd expect a rural brewery's entry level offering to be.