Amber is a well cellared, rounded, malt-accentuated Australian wild ale. Our traditional recipe calls for an extended boil which caramelises rustic pale grains in order to develop a copper colour and malt sweetness. Light levels of hopping balance with the toasty characters in an extended cooler fermentation with our house mixed culture of foraged wild yeast, naturally occurring souring bacteria and brewers yeast. Following fermentation, we rack Amber into French oak barrels to further develop a smooth palate and express funky, tart characteristics from our indigenous yeast. We select and blend well evolved barrels for a beer with a desired malt forward with subtle acidic character. The slightly heavier characteristics of this beer make a fantastic complement to food and offer a variety of flavours to both compare and contrast in pairing.
Service: Serve at 10-14C into thin walled, tulip glassware. Will develop complexity under cellar conditions for up to 5 years
Pairings: Caramelised meats, beef bourguignon, camembert, lamb, duck
Details: ABV: 6%, 12.5 P, 750ml bottle
Ingredients: Foraged wild yeast*, naturally occurring souring bacteria*, malted barley*, raw wheat*, water*, hops and brewers yeast. *indicates a product of New South Wales
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