Wayward Brewing Sourade

Wayward Brewing Co

Released July 2, 2021

Don’t drink this because you feel like a beery beer. Drink it because you feel like having fun.

From the moment you crack a can of Sourade, the room smells like sour rainbow straps, that sugar-coated confectionery that looks like a multi-coloured cavity.

But there’s no multi-colour once it’s poured in the glass. It’s one very distinct colour - an insane electric blue. For fans of Fallout, the post-apocalyptic video game franchise, it looks like Nuka Cola Quantum… except bluer (and presumably less irradiated). The brewers stripped away all the natural beer colour and replaced it with blue food colouring, which you can read more about here.

It really does make you think of blue sports drink, with that light, slightly minerally fruity flavour that you assume comes from the fruit listed on the label. It’s clean and refreshing, and since it’s a gose it technically is a source of electrolytes thanks to the added salts that make it a gose.

If this all sounds a bit weird, it’s supposed to be. This is why head brewer Shaun Blissett made this beer originally for GABS, which “has always been a safe space to put out all of the experimental, different and downright dumb ideas you’ve had as a brewer.”

Mick Wust

Electric Blue Gose
Wayward Brewing Co

3 Gehrig Lane
NSW 2050

(02) 7903 2445
Regular events

Food trucks Friday, Saturday & Sunday until 7pm (or until sold out)
Sunday Sessions Live music in the cellar door on Sunday afternoon

Open Hours

Thur: 2pm to 10pm
Fri: 2pm to 10pm
Sat: midday to 10pm
Sun: midday to 8pm
Mon: 4pm to 9pm


Saturdays at 2pm and 4pm
Guided tours cost $25, last 40-60 minutes and include a tasting paddle. Buy tickets at the bar.

On tap at Wayward Brewing Co