Turns out just drinking beer can teach you things to which you might easily imagine have gone through life totally oblivious. Case in point: a Judas sheep is one used to lead the other sheep into the shearing sheds or onto a sale truck – or "into an unknown darkness" as the label suggests.
The beer that takes its name at Woolshed makes use of locally grown and roasted wattleseed to add complexity to the darkest beer on their year round lineup. It's a dark brown ale that pours with a lovely, lasting tan head that makes you want to dive in and has a soft palate to match. The flavours range from gentle roast to aromatic nuttiness, with some cocoa powder and a twiggy earthiness in the mix too.