Nowhereman & Besk One Tonne Plum Farmhouse Ale

Nowhereman Brewing Co

Published August 26, 2019

In the venue equivalent of "Let’s invite the new neighbours around for a beer", Perth's 6007 buddies Nowhereman and Besk got to work creating something to help mark the launch of the latter’s new digs. To make things more interesting, a literal tonne of Margaret River plums was juiced for the saison, which originally had more puckering design intentions.

Instead, what arrives in the glass is visually lurid, looking akin to a health juice despite being filtered three times, and with a slightly tart, peel acidity. Understandably, plum characters carry the palate along with a pretty floral note buried in the colourful, almost savoury fog. Light yeast esters provide an anchor to style, however, but this is very much a beer unto itself – bold, intriguing and best matched with food.

It’s one that leaves the drinker thinking: "Wow, it really didn’t take long to for these new neighbours to get weird!"

Guy Southern

Plum Farmhouse Ale

Pouring at both venues

Nowhereman Brewing Co

25 Harrogate Street
West Leederville
WA 6007

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Sunday: midday to 8pm

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