Dark malt English breakfast coffee stout.
A single hopped New Zealand pale ale with intense aroma of tropical fruit and freshly crushed pine needles. Hops: Kohatu.
Kees Bubberman (now of Brouwerij Kees) and John de Vries (now of Brouwerij de Molen) joined us originally to brew this smooth and citrusy India Pale Ale, which is fermented with timed additions of Earl Grey tea during fermentation, heavy infused hopping and traditional cask maturing. The result is a citrus fruit aroma, smooth sleek texture, hop notes are brilliantly complimented by bergamot and a light tannic finish.
Hazy pale ale with a mix of US and NZ hops with aromas and flavours of blackberries, stone fruit, red fruits and blackcurrant.
Our full-bodied English Best Bitter. Gluten free and vegan friendly.
A fiery mix of ginger and deliciously crisp apple cider.
A quality medium cider made from a blend of bittersweet and medium apples. This unfiltered cider is smooth and mellow with a hint of rum.
Awaiting tasting notes from brewery.
This strong rustic medium cider with its Roman flair has everything. Well rounded, fruity, packed full of flavour and intoxicatingly easy to drink for an 8.4% cider.
A heavily hopped pale ale using a little from the old school and a little from the new! Centennial pairs up with Citra to create a punchy citrus-centric beer with grapefruit and sweet orange notes at the fore, with light floral and pine notes keeping them company.
It may be cold outside, but we have an Australian Christmas beer to warm you. This beer is highly hopped with the freshest South Pacific and American varieties for a full flavoured juicy IPA.
The Grapes regulars are sure to lover this hoppy, fruity session pale ale. Maybe not Tommy. Grab some early doors. To the regiment....
An IPA hopped with Columbus and Amarillo.
A heroic premium best bitter packed with premium Maris Otter malt and choice hops.
Crisp grapefruit and tropical freshness in this boldly hopped IPA are balanced with soft, rounded bitterness for an invigorating yet super-drinkable beer this winter.