Why buy a can when you can buy a KEG!!!
Suits kegerators, direct pour systems and home bars.***
These are A type kegs. We ask for a $100 refundable deposit upon return of working keg.
You will need an A type coupler for (see photo), which we can either hire for to you for $20 per keg (with a $100 refundable deposit) or sell to you for $150.
When you're looking to smash a tangy and juicy froth poolside on a hot summer day, this session sour has your thirst covered.
Bursting with lush, tropical fruit flavours of pineapple, passion fruit, mango and guava, and finishing with a quenching tang from the kettle souring. To get extra juicy fruit flavours, we included actual pineapple, guava and mango juices.
The ale, wheat and rolled oats create a cloudy haze that has been kettle soured with lactobacillus and fermented with the Wolf of the Willows unique yeast strain.
It's easy on the booze yet uncompromising in tropical hop aroma and juicy flavour. Take this Wolf to the Island Bar!
Hops Galaxy and Vic Secret hops create the tropical fruity flavour and citrus aromas
Malt Ale, wheat and rolled oats for a cloudy haze
Finish Tart, juicy, thirst quenching
FREE delivery for kegs in metro Melbourne. Please see HERE for all details.
Easy: Enjoy this green tinnie with your favorite dumplings, don't hold back on the Sriracha!
Medium: This Pilsner is sure to compliment a creamy, spicy dish, especially the ole fave Indian Butter Chicken aka Murg Makhani. Don't forget the garlic naan on the side!
Harder: A Pilsners crisp and refreshing taste can cut through the spiciness and creaminess of food, and provide a much needed relief from the heat. It also shines when added to so many recipes. Fancy a pork chop marinade of PILS, soy sauce, honey and lemongrass? Then check out the recipe and link on cooking with Pilsners.
*** PLEASE NOTE: We ensure the keg and the beer inside it leaves the brewery in a premium condition. Unfortunately we are not able to assist or coach you through how best to pour the beer on your particular tap system. Many factors such as design, condition of the system, temperature, etc will determine how the beer pours. and these are outside our control. If you are having issues there are numerous self help websites and forums on the internet that can assist.
If you wish to purchase a keg you do so understanding that a reasonable level of experience and competence is required at your end to get our tasty beer flowing. Thanks for understanding.