South Australian Beers

South Australian Beers

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South Australian Beers

Tassie, Western Australia, Victoria, Queensland and New South Wales, comes South Australia. Casting our eyes back over the past year to pick the best new brews to come out of the state.

As with the previous five lists, the choice was limited to beers making an appearance for the first time in the past 12 months, something that’s become far easier in South Australia in the past couple of years as more and more brewers have taken first steps in the commercial world. Among those now brewing are the ladies at Adelaide’s marvellous Wheaty and it is to one of them, Jade Flavell, that we turn for this list.


Presenting, the Lists…

Big Shed Brewing ‘FrankenBROWN’ Brown Ale

This ‘patchwork quilt’ of a beer was fearless and powerful – angry even – on debut but mellowed beautifully into a smooth, malty, moreish Brown Ale.


Brewboys ‘Gasoline’ New World Lager

Gasoline is Brewboys’ typically full-throttled take on a New World Lager: big, full, malty, bottle conditioned – and fat with Galaxy, Topaz and Mosaic hops.


Clare Valley Brewing Co ‘King Kong’ Stout

‘Kong’ is a straight-up Extra Stout: black, bittersweet, roasty and full – comfortable in the dual roles of rampaging monster and tragic anti-hero.


Little Bang Brewing Co ‘Icon’ Hoppy Lager

Icon combines the soft, clean fruitiness of an unfiltered lager with the zippy hop character of a Steam Ale – and does it really well.


Lobethal Bierhaus ‘Summer of Saison’

Summer of Saison is Lobethal’s first unsolicited crack at the style: lean, dry, spicy and understated. Delicious.


Mismatch Brewing Co ‘Session Ale’

Bright, fresh, hoppy and dry with just enough Citra/Galaxy zing to keep the taste buds ticking over. Simple. Good.


Smiling Samoyed ‘IPA’

A tight, balanced, straight-up take on a West Coast IPA: hop-forward with bright pine/lime, just enough malt and a beautiful ‘lemon sherbet’ finish.


Steam Exchange ‘Chocolate IPA’

Smooth, rich and roasty with just a twinge of bitterness to finish. Chocolate cake-mix for adults.


Wheaty Brewing Corps ‘Corps Promise’ Rye Pale†

Corps Promise is the only beer we’ve settled down to brew five times – which almost makes a staple of this spicy and bitter Rye Pale with big tropical hop aromatics and a dry, piney twang to finish. Simple, fresh and unambiguous.


Wheaty Brewing Corps/Lobethal Bierhaus ‘Ryewaka’ Rye IPA

Ryewaka combines the spicy, ‘hard’ grainy character of Rye with the sharp, grapefruit-pith kick of Riwaka in a lean and bitey IPA.


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