Deeds Brewing

When Deeds Brewing fired up their Glen Iris brewhouse in the first half of 2019, it was the end of a long journey for Pat Alé and Dave Milstein.

The seeds of the idea to build a brewery together had first been planted way back in 2003 when they were both university and started spitballing business ideas after class over a beer. They might have been enjoying their engineering degrees, but building a business – particularly a brewery – sounded like a lot more fun.

As they started researching the practicalities, they quickly woke up to the reality that building a brewery is damn expensive and, worse still, they didn’t know anything about manufacturing beer, selling, marketing, finance or, if they're honest, anything at all about business. So, as a first step on their journey, they started a distribution business called Red Island and set about learning the ropes.

Five years on from their launch after importing beers from all over the world – some successfully, others not so much – the pair picked up Rekorderlig ciders. Then practically unknown in Australia, they transformed it into a drink that seemed to be in pretty much every bar and bottleshop out there. But owning their own brewery was always the goal and, in 2012, Pat and Dave launched Quiet Deeds as a contract brand, based around a highly approachable lineup of a pale ale, Kolsch and IPA.

By 2013, they’d sold off the rights to Rekorderlig to focus their eyes more keenly on beer and set out on a hunt for their future home, which they found in one of the inner east’s few industrial pockets: Paran Place in Glen Iris is the sole industrial zone in Stonnington Council, within a cluster of suburbs that have historically been Melbourne’s driest.

The old car dealership that took their fancy might have had plenty of asbestos that needed tearing out but, in the building’s sawtooth roof and unique fit out, Pat and Dave envisioned the perfect spot in which to bring local beer to an area that had long gone without.

They ordered their 25 hectolitre DME brewhouse and substantial packaging setup and… well, let’s just say it took almost another three years to get it installed and operational after enduring a red tape-strewn roller coaster ride with their local council then VCAT, which saw them having to remove a planned taproom from their planning application in order to gain approval for their brewery.

By then, they’d rebranded to Deeds Brewing and with that name, brought out a new logo, one mimicking their sawtooth home and promoting their Glen Iris location.

It wasn’t just the Quiet Deeds labels that changed, either, but many of the beers too. Some of the beers that followed their early trio had hinted at a greater sense of adventure – the Lamington Ale and, more than anything, their Juice Train NEIPA, now fine-tuned into one of the most popular of the hazy IPAs doing the rounds – and you can see that spirit in the new look lineup.

There’s been a double dry-hopped pale named Double Time, in reference to how long it took the brewery to be finished, the pineapple sour Sawtooth, an ice cream pale, and Nuke Point, a hopped-to-the-wazoo IPA they pull from fridges if it hasn’t been sold within 30 days of being packaged.

Within months of firing it up, they’d also taken full advantage of the versatility of their brewhouse in the shape of limited edition and one-off brews. The likes of the Breakfast NEIPA Naked Brunch, double hazy IPA Fortune and Glory, fresh-hopped DDH pale Interstellar and a hazy IPA called Nebula have set out their stall for a jam-packed limited release schedule. As far as statements of intent go, it’s pretty clear that, under the leadership of former Hawkers head brewer Justin Corbitt, the modern Deeds beers explore a diverse array of modern style.

The plans didn’t stop there, however, with Pat and Dave still wanting to make sure people could try those beers where they were brewed. When the Deeds Taproom and Kitchen finally opened midway through 2021, it instantly became one of Melbourne's most distinct - which really says something when the city is bursting at the seams with breweries. Located by the final stop on the Number 6 tram route and only metres further from Glen Iris station, you still know you're in a brewery when visiting Deeds but it's one that feels more modern than most.

As you walk down the stairs, it feels not unlike descending into parts of MONA in Hobart, before the stunning venue reveals itself in stages. The tanks sit behind the bar where 28 taps pour 22 unique beers, some of which only ever appear at Deeds' home, while the brewery's barrel program is on full display too.

Steel hoops and circles of light are designed to reflect the scores of barrels, while dark lighting and reclaimed wood pay tribute to the building's long history – at the same time creating a space that feels akin to a modern Australian restaurant in the heart of a capital city.

The food matches the thought put into the taproom's design too. Head chef Paul Kasten arrived at Deeds with an already impressive resume and a talent for bringing beer and food together. The menu borrows heavily from the brewery for ingredients and includes steak glazed with ale, blue grenadier battered in Deeds Draught, and even cheesecake served with hops and berries.

It may have taken a long time to get here but, considering the experimentation when it comes to beer and the refined experience of visiting, we're certainly glad Pat and Dave have not only forged their own path but brought something unique to Melbourne's beer industry too.

Ahead of their brewery opening, the Deeds crew were kind enough to offer our Crafty Cabal members a sneak peek. We recorded part of that event and it's available here.

Name
Deeds Brewing
Address

4 Paran Place
Glen Iris
VIC 3146

Phone
1300 67 33 62
Open Hours

Mon to Fri: 5:30pm to 11pm
Sat & Sun: midday to 11pm


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Deeds Brewing Regulars

Deeds Brewing Halftime Lil' Pale

Tapped February 13, 2020
Given the beers for which they've best become known, if someone told you Deeds Brewing were going to slot a mid-strength into their lineup at a lower ABV than their Draught and Session Ale, what would you expect? Probably something hazy, pale and hop forward. And that's what they've delivered with Halftime, a "Lil' Pale". Very hazy and a pale yellow, this new addition to their year round lineup from early 2020 matches lemon and light grapefruit hop characters with some pale malt sweetness,… Read more
Style
Mid-Strength
ABV
3.5%

Deeds Draught

Tapped November 7, 2019
Since they first started brewing at their Glen Iris home in early 2019, Deeds Brewing have been releasing beers at a furious pace; and it's a brew schedule that shows no sign of slowing down. For the most part, those beers have been big and bold (not to mention hoppy) but Deeds Draught is an entirely different affair. This addition to the brewery's core range is instead a lager that's more about subtleties and refreshment, where maize in the malt bill is designed to aid the beer's easy-drinking nature.… Read more
Style
Lager
ABV
4.2%

Quiet Deeds Session Ale

The beer in the new look Quiet Deeds lineup that shares the closest bond with the beers with which they started out is the Session Ale. And, given its name and intention, that should come as little surprise, especially when there's plenty of bigger, hoppier offerings sitting alongside it now. Pouring a lightly hazy pale gold, the pilsner malt lends it a grainy, cereal like character and a touch of honey, while bitterness is gentle and the impact of the citrusy hops restrained all round.… Read more
Style
Session Ale
ABV
4.4%

Quiet Deeds Lamington Ale

The first Quiet Deeds beer to take on something of a cult status was their Lamington Ale and its early buzz soon translated into a permanent spot in the lineup. It's the sort of beer that typically fares well at GABS each year: inspired by a dessert, dark and rich. There's a tonne of toasted coconut at play and it almost seems like there's cherry in there too – but that would appear to be a trick of the mind, an offshoot of the specialty malts at play. Peel back the coconut and you'll find a soft,… Read more
Style
Lamington Ale
ABV
5.5%

Quiet Deeds Vanilla Porter

One of two bottled dark ales in the Quiet Deeds core lineup, this one could be considered more of a team player than the Lamington Ale. While that beer is dominated by its star player – coconut – here, the Vanilla Porter encourages a sharing of top billing. Thick, dark and viscous, you'll find some Italian coffee, dark chocolate and bitter roasted characters swirling within as the vanilla beans contribute a softening of their edges.… Read more
Style
Vanilla Porter
ABV
6.2%

Quiet Deeds Sawtooth Pineapple Kettle Sour

It might have brought with it more challenges than they could ever have expected, but the Deeds team are still keen to celebrate their Glen Iris home. The sawtooth building forms their logo and also lends its name to this core range sour. Hazy yellow in appearance, it delivers a potent pineapple and lemon aroma – sweet and sherbet or cordial like as much as it's sour. Indeed, it's almost dessert like in its fruity intensity, bordering on creamy and full-bodied – certainly for a beer of just 4.4… Read more
Style
Pineapple Kettle Sour
ABV
4.4%

Quiet Deeds Nuke Point DDH IPA

Nuke Point is a beer that says the Deeds team are backing their brewers to the hilt. A highly dry-hopped IPA – 12g of hops per litre for the trainspotters out there – it comes with a 30 day best before date. Well, actually, it's a little more than a best before: their intention is to reclaim any that isn't sold within 30 days of packaging and "nuke" it. It's a fun way of highlighting the importance of freshness in such beers – and one likely to cause them a fair bit of self-created… Read more
Style
DDH IPA
ABV
6.0%

Quiet Deeds Double Time DDH Pale Ale

Another beer that references their brewery home, this time in terms of the time it took to get things up and running, Double Time is also one of many hazy, hoppy beers bearing the Quiet Deeds name – a policy the unpacked DE filter and centrifuge at the packaging end of their warehouse suggests is set to continue. Crack a can and you know there's been a massive amount of late hopping involved (with popular US varieties Mosaic, Simcoe and Citra); it's like you're inhaling freshly shredded hops. From… Read more
Style
DDH Pale Ale
ABV
4.6%

Quiet Deeds Juice Train NEIPA

Juice Train is the beer that, more than any other, suggested to the nation's beer geeks there was something worth paying attention to at Quiet Deeds. One of the earlier New England IPAs to hit the market, it's been brewed and refined dozens of times since making its debut. Hazy to the point of being almost opaque, low carbonation adds to its soft, juice like nature, while pineapple and citrus dominate throughout – little wonder when they're adding 12 grams of hops per litre. Soft, creamy on the… Read more
Style
NEIPA
ABV
6.5%

Deeds Brewing Specials

Deeds Brewing Lexicon & Simpatico

Tapped November 16, 2021
I've said it before and I'll say it again: for all the excitement generated by Deeds' abbreviation-heavy IPAs, they don't half make banging lagers. In the past 12 months alone, their Czech pilsner, Munich helles and now the NZ-hopped Lexicon have all delivered in spades with nary a wisp of haze or even taking a single step beyond 5 percent ABV. Crystal clear with a head that seems to take The Land Of The Long White Cloud not just as the source for its hops but also a literal descriptor, this one… Read more
Style
NZ Pilsner & Hazy DIPA
ABV
5.0% & 8.3%

Deeds Brewing Ludicrous Speed, To Build A Fire & Friends

Tapped October 17, 2021
When Deeds Brewing – well known for the speed of their limited release schedule and the often extravagant nature of such beers – decide to name a beer Ludicrous Speed, you have to wonder just how far they're pushing the boat out. Yet the beer is relatively normal, way short of the dry-hopping rates or alcohol content of many past (and no doubt future) releases. Look, we're not saying it's a common or garden pale ale – it still features a dry-hopping rate of 21g/l of Citra, Galaxy, Motueka and… Read more
Style
TDH IPA & Barrel-Aged Imperial Stout
ABV
7.4% & 14.9%

Deeds & Beer Cartel The Syndicate Hazy IPA

Tapped March 12, 2021
Beer Cartel have been bringing the world's beers to Aussie beer lovers for more than a decade now. And, while Deeds haven't been around as long, in recent years they've been causing much excitement for many of those same beer lovers, a situation that saw them shoot up the rankings in Beer Cartel's most recent Australian Craft Beer Survey – and then some. It's a relationship of sorts that's been consummated here with a beer brewed by the latter to be sold exclusively by the former, one going by… Read more
Style
Hazy IPA
ABV
6.0%

Deeds Brewing Daydreaming In Autumn & Keyboard Warrior '21

Tapped March 10, 2021
Deeds have dipped into the recipe book and pulled out a couple of past favourites to herald the arrival of autumn – quite literally in the case of Daydreaming In Autumn. The DDH hazy pale was designed for sitting around a campfire, which is exactly where my cans were cracked, with the predominantly Kiwi hop bill – Kohatu, Wakatu and Wai-iti plus American Mosaic – coming together to create an easy-going easy-drinker. Very citrusy from the off, with a herbal edge and a little softness on the… Read more
Style
DDH Hazy Pale & Hazy TIPA
ABV
5.7% & 10.0%

Deeds Brewing Fiery Gate Of Helles, No Ticket, Tropicana & Lament Configuration

Tapped February 22, 2021
Ask a Deeds fan what sort of beers they enjoy most from the Glen Iris brewery and I doubt you'd find many going with "their classic lagers". Yet of their final quintet of specialties in 2020 it was their Czech style pilsner Na Zdravi I enjoyed the most. Here, they return to lager with Fiery Gates Of Helles, but hop across the border to seek inspiration from Munich helles, and again it's a move they carry off with a clarity like the pale gold liquid that pours from the cans. Soft floral… Read more
Style
Helles, DIPA, Imperial Cream Sour & Wheat DIPA
ABV
5.0% & 8.0% & 7.

Deeds Brewing One Standard Drink, Fortune And Glory, Intergalactic Lovechild Vol.3 & DKAT Amarillo

Tapped January 25, 2021
By my calculations, in releasing four new beers within the first three weeks of the year, Deeds are on track to unveil around 70 new brews in 2021. Two of this quartet are hazy double IPAs, so their fans can potentially hold out for 35 such beers this year too! Starting in a rather different place, however, we have One Standard Drink; no prizes for guessing what it is... Very pale and deeply hazy with a finely-beaded cloudy head when given a swirl, this might be borderline light beer in terms of… Read more
Style
Mid-Strength, Hazy DIPA, Sour Hazy DIPA & Hazy DIPA
ABV
3.0% & 8.0% & 8.0% & 8.5%

Deeds Brewing Na Zdravi & Daydreaming In Summer

Tapped December 6, 2020
The division, schism, turf battle – whatever you want to call it – between the group of craft beer drinkers in awe to hype styles and breweries, those chasing the biggest ABVs, grams per litre, and calorific intake, and those clamouring for a greater focus on classic styles, balance and sanity has never been wider or more intense (even if the majority of humans will be totally unaware such a thing exists). As such, there's a danger you might think this write-up on two cans from Deeds – a brewery… Read more
Style
Czech Pilsner & DDH Hazy Pale
ABV
5.0% & 5.7%

Deeds Brewing Calculated Risk, Dad Jeans & Hold The Cream

Tapped December 3, 2020
Understandably, Deeds have become known best as one of a clutch of local breweries playing hard in the realms of the hoppy, hazy and boozy. Yet, while I won't pretend to have tried all their very many beers, it's fair to say their rapid-fire release schedule heads into other spaces too, from imperial sours to stouts and lagers. And, on occasion, saisons like Calculated Risk. The beer is so called as they're mixing Old (Saaz) and New World (Motueka – derived from Saaz) hop varieties with the farmhouse… Read more
Style
Saison & IPA & Oat DIPA
ABV
6.2% & 7.0% & 8.8%

Deeds Brewing Milk Bar: Blueberry & Raspberry & And Everything Under The Sun is In Tune

Tapped November 18, 2020
Sometimes you have to marvel at how breweries manage to keep on top of things. No sooner have Deeds sent over samples of two new releases than they're sending information on the next three... As for the two in hand (OK, in hand, in mouth, can crushed, in recycling), Blueberry & Raspberry is part of their Milk Bar Series of imperial cream sours. No prizes for guessing what's inside (although you can add vanilla and lactose to the fruits). It pours a lovely crimson colour with a pink foam and,… Read more
Style
Imperial Berry Cream Sour & Single Hop NEIPA
ABV
7.7% & 6.5%

Venom & Deeds Viper Pit 2020

Tapped August 17, 2020
Many, many moons ago, on a family trip to visit relos in the States, I developed a taste for their powder-based lemonade drinks. I'm pretty sure the brand I picked up wasn't great for one's teeth but it was certainly good for firing one's teenage self up with an intensely sweet, citrusy hit. And, for some reason, once the Venom and Deeds collab Viper Pit was in my glass and the head had mostly dissipated, it was to those pour, shake and quaff concoctions my mind travelled, what with its pale yellow,… Read more
Style
Hazy Double IPA
ABV
9.0%

Deeds Brewing Chit Outta Luck, Milk Bar Strawberry & Vanilla & Conductors Special

Tapped June 4, 2020
Not the sort of people to fall asleep at the wheel, the Deeds crew instead continue to put pedal to metal by dropping three new beers this week. Starting with the lightest (which still weighs in at 7.5 percent ABV), Chit Outta Luck is a hazy double IPA that might not contain the huge hopping rates of past Deeds releases - a mere 18 grams per litre - but still explores new ground for the brewery. It does that by utilising chit malt, a type of malted barley often used for foam stability in beer but… Read more
Style
Hazy DIPA & Imperial Fruit Cream Sour & Smoked Baltic Porter
ABV
7.5% & 7.7% & 9.5%

Deeds Brewing Keyboard Warrior Hazy TIPA

Tapped April 22, 2020
Given their position within the Aussie beer world as one of the preeminent brewers of massively hopped, often high octane, and hazy AF beers, one could see this as a tongue-in-cheek gift to Deeds' core fanbase. After all, there have been few twists in the world of beer styles in recent years that have commanded as much commentary and #beerstagram imagery as densely hazy IPAs. Even stating the level of hopping in grams per litre on their cans is designed to play into the hands of the avid beer chaser. For… Read more
Style
Hazy Triple IPA
ABV
10.0%

Ocho & Deeds Woolly Mammoth Double IPA

Tapped April 1, 2020
Just a couple of weeks before travel into Tasmania was brought to a halt, Ned from Quiet Deeds called in to see Stu from Ocho at his Miner’s Gold brewery home. Of course, they brewed a beer together and, of course, it is a double IPA. With all the juice style IPAs on the market at the moment, it's refreshing to dip into a double IPA that serves up a thick, resin-filled back palate. Whilst light on the malts and driven by a hop forward front palate, the pleasant dry warmth you get at the end –… Read more
Style
Double IPA
ABV
8.0%
Stockists

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Deeds Brewing Grisette & Low Hanging Fruit & Fear & Loathing In Brewsvegas & Daydreaming In Autumn

Tapped March 20, 2020
The beers keep coming in clutches from Deeds, with no less than four cans departing their Glen Iris brewery in early autumn. Starting with the smallest of them, Deeds Grisette is something of a departure for the brewery better known for high ABVs and hazy hoppiness. And it's a departure done well, packing plenty of character and complexity into its sub 4 percent ABV. There's something reminiscent of champagne in the aroma (and its pale appearance), alongside some pear (even though the fruit additions… Read more
Style
Grisette & IPAs
ABV
3.7% & 8.0% & 6.0% & 5.7%

Deeds Brewing Cherry-Mandering & Full Disclosure & Best Coast

Tapped February 13, 2020
Like most brewers, the crew at Deeds took a bit of a breather from releasing new beers over the festive period. But it hasn't taken long for the tinnies to start flying from the Glen Iris brewery once again. Cherry-Mandering was brewed for February's Brewer's Feast and sees them add the fruiting rate (120 grams/litre) to their cans, as per the hopping rates of their IPAs. It makes sense for those that are into such things; after all, there's little point crowing about adding a tonne of fruit to a… Read more
Style
Fruit Sour & IPAs
ABV
5.3% & 5.2% & 7.2%

Quiet Deeds Fiscal Damage Hazy TIPA

Tapped December 19, 2019
There are two arms races in the local beer world when it comes to hopping rates in beers. There's the one where heaps of brewers are trying to outdo each other with more grams per litre in their hazy IPAs and double IPAs. Then there's the one taking place at 4 Paran Place, Glen Iris, where the Deeds brewing team are merely trying to outdo themselves. Taking the in-house mantle of lupulin lunacy champ as the year draws to a close is Fiscal Damage, so called because of the ridiculous amount of Mosaic… Read more
Style
Hazy Triple IPA
ABV
9.5%

Quiet Deeds Double Juice Train

Tapped November 28, 2019
Juice Train was one of the first local New England IPAs to gain a foothold in Australia, predating the current hazy floodgates that have left us drenched in tropical hops. It was also the beer that switched a lot of beer nerds onto Quiet Deeds, showing they were willing to experiment with up-and-coming styles even before their brewery fired up. Since then, that brewery has opened and Deeds have launched hazy after hazy and seem to have no qualms about how big they make them or how many hops they… Read more
Style
Double NEIPA
ABV
9.0%

Quiet Deeds & Merri Mashers Slenderman / Quiet Deeds & Venom Viper Pit / Dark Deeds & Froth Resting Witch Face

Tapped November 7, 2019
Halloween’s here to stay in Australia and as much as the American-inspired holiday might annoy many Aussies, all that we can do on that front is direct you here. Deeds Brewing looked to join those celebrations in 2019 by releasing not one but three rather spooky beers, which follow closely on from their Tallboy & Moose collab, itself inspired by The Shining. The lightest of this trio is Slenderman, an IPA brewed with Merri Mashers member Rohan Lowe. Rohan took out the Deeds Brewers Choice award… Read more
Style
IPA / Hazy DIPA / Spiced Porter
ABV
5.8% / 9.0% / 6.0%

Deeds & Tallboy & Moose All Work & No Play

Tapped October 18, 2019
Back when Justin Corbitt was a wide-eyed brewer getting his start in the beer industry at Hawkers, one set of steady hands (attached to rather tall body were) showing him the ropes belonged to Dan Hall. Today, both brew out of different breweries, with Dan the Tallboy at Tallboy & Moose and Justin steering the ship at Deeds Brewing. To relive their days spent together, the two teamed up for All Work & No Play, a DDH Hazy IIPA with a downright mad level of dry-hopping: 40 grams per litre.… Read more
Style
DDH IIPA
ABV
8.5%

Quiet Deeds Cosmic Gateway & Collusion

Tapped October 9, 2019
After the flurry of hoppy and hazy releases they’ve focused much of their time on since their brewery was first fired up, Deeds Brewing’s latest two releases head in a slightly different direction. Well, sort of... Cosmic Gateway is a saison brewed with hibiscus and the Kiwi hop Pacifica. It's also the brewery’s first beer brewed in their open top fermenter. It pours a wonderful red that evokes memories of a darker rosé and, when it comes to flavour and refreshment, it would be just as fitting… Read more
Style
Saison / DDH Wheatwine
ABV
5.8% & 10.0%

Quiet Deeds Survivor Type Hazy TIPA

Tapped September 26, 2019
Since firing up their Glen Iris brewery, Deeds Brewing have been on an absolute tear when it comes to hazy releases. The OG, Juice Train, is now part of the brewery’s core range and head brewer Justin Corbitt has been spending his time exploring the wider hazy IPA arena in various ways: through tweaks to malt bases, the use of different hops, when those hops are added to the beer, and by dialling up the ABV. Survivor Type is the brewery’s biggest to date, out in yellow and black cans ahead… Read more
Style
Hazy Triple IPA
ABV
10.5%

Quiet Deeds Long Days & Pleasant Evenings & Hummingbird

Tapped August 23, 2019
The Quiet Deeds brewers continue to go crazy for the hazy with another twin release hot on the heels of Fortune & Glory and The Traveller. They continue to find differentiation within that space too, with Long Days & Pleasant Evenings using an all-Southern Hemisphere hop lineup of Galaxy, Nelson Sauvin and Riwaka to move away from the typically OJ and brekkie juice territory of most into something more vibrant. It has a lively hop aroma of lime, kiwifruit, grapefruit and, as they say on the… Read more
Style
Hazy IPAs
ABV
7.2% & 9.0%

Deeds Brewing Festivus & Dark Deeds Double Lamington

Tapped August 9, 2019
We've said it before and we'll say it again. But if you get the chance to try a new beer without having much idea of what it is, do it. It's like a partial blind tasting and is the approach I take, where possible, when sampling new arrivals. In part, it's to allow the senses to go to work without preconceptions; in part, it's to see if I agree with the brewers. And it can lead to fun experiences like one with Deeds Brewing's Festivus. I knew it was a bock before pouring, but that only led to a somewhat… Read more
Style
Spiced Bock & Imperial Brown Ale
ABV
6.0% & 8.5%

Deeds Brewing Fortune & Glory & The Traveller

Tapped July 22, 2019
They might both be hazy double IPAs that sit at 8 percent ABV, but these two releases from Deeds Brewing show how well murky beers can shine a light on different hop profiles. Fortune & Glory was originally brewed a few months ago to mark the launch of the Deeds’ Glen Iris brewery. Even though it was a small keg run, the beer’s popularity soon made it clear to the brew team it deserved to enjoy a wider release in cans. What likely drove that popularity was the beer’s smooth body and hopped… Read more
Style
Hazy IPAs
ABV
8.0% & 8.0%

Deeds Brewing Dark Deeds: The First Horseman

Tapped July 4, 2019
Quiet Deeds have welcomed their first beery cousin into the world with the launch of the Dark Deeds lineup of beers by Glen Iris’ Deeds Brewing. It’s a big, dark beast too, an imperial stout sitting at 9.5 percent ABV and bearing the suitably epic name The First Horseman – a reference to the beer’s conquest over light, and the fact we’ll likely see more of a similar ilk in the near future. There’s a sweet and thick – almost oil like – body to the beer, with roasted coffee aromas galloping… Read more
Style
Imperial Stout
ABV
9.5%