A Burnley beer is to be enjoyed in great company, be that your own or with your mates. We want to educate our community about beer through our innovative brews and passionate team. With thoughtful ingredients and progressive collaborations, we make bold and distinctive beers for forward drinkers.
Malts: Pale Ale, Wheat Hops: Galaxy, Cascade Plato: 12ᵒP Colour: 6 EBC Bitterness: 42 IBU ABV: 5.1%
Our Pale ale is pale golden in colour with a citrusy, tropical punch aroma. Its crisp body will leave you wanting more, with lingering, hop-driven flavours. Grapefruit tones from the American Cascade hop are supported by the Australian Galaxy hop, in this cracking beer perfect for any occasion. San Francisco’s Anchor Brewing brewed the first batch of American Pale Ale in 1975, arguably kicking off the craft beer revolution and inspiring this beer.
American IPA (West coast style)
Malts: Pale Ale, Munich Light Hops: Magnum, Fortnight, Citra Plato: 15ᵒP Colour: 10 EBC Bitterness: 54 IBU ABV: 6.5%
Our American West Coast IPA displays high hop bitterness with enough malt backbone to support a balanced beer. Starring the recently released Fortnight hop, this beer has a golden colour, smooth medium body and a massive citrus aroma. Safe to say it’s bloody delicious.
Malts: Pilsener, Carahell Hops: Helga, Hallertauer Tradition Plato: 12ᵒP Colour: 6 EBC Bitterness: 23 IBU ABV: 4.8%
Brewed in the classic Czec style, our pilsner is straw-like in colour, with a crisp, clean mouth-feel created by the traditional German lager yeast and fermentation method, with moderate hop bitterness. Displaying a slight malty sweetness and a hint of herbal hop aroma from the German Hallertau hop, you’ll want to drink this beer til the cows come home.
Malts: Vienna, Pilsener, Munich Dark Hops: Spalt Select, Hallertau Tradition, Saaz Plato: 11.8ᵒP Colour: 20 EBC Bitterness: 22 IBU ABV: 4.9%
This light amber beer is the creation of two brewers’ sons in the 1800s, who also happened to be great friends. With toasty bread aromas, complex malt and slight floral and spicy hop flavours; this beer has a medium-high carbonation and medium-light body. Created by mates to be enjoyed with your mates. Cheers!
ESB (Extra Special Burnley)
Malts: Maris Otter, Light Crystal, Medium Crystal Hops: Fuggles, East Kent Golding Plato: 13.8ᵒP Colour: 33 EBC Bitterness: 40 IBU ABV: 5.0%
The Greg Brady of old world beers, the Extra Special Bitter was the biggest and strongest beer in old-time England. Our Extra Special Burnley is smooth, full-bodied, low in carbonation and dark copper in colour. Maris Otter, Light and Medium Crystal Malts exhibit notes of sweet caramel and biscuit, balanced by the fruity esters developed by the traditional English yeast strain and UK hop variety, which brings a nice earthy/spicy intricacy. This is a beer so complex you can sit and sip and keep discovering more.
Coffee Brown Ale with Lactose
Malts: Maris Otter, Medium Crystal, Oatmeal, Munich Dark, Chocolate Additions: Lactose (Milk) sugar Hops: Willamette, Cascade Plato: 14.5ᵒP Colour: 45 EBC Bitterness: 30 IBU ABV: 5.7%
Put your hand up if you love coffee? Who are we kidding? This is Melbourne, of course you love coffee. Which is why we’ve buddied up with Richmond’s newest boutique coffee roasters, These Days Coffee Roasting, for an awesome beer/coffee match made in heaven; our Coffee Brown Ale. A super complex beer, exhibiting rich, sweet malt and dark stone fruit coffee aromas. Dark copper in colour, this beer is full-bodied and slightly sweet thanks to the addition of lactose; the sugar found in milk that is too complex for the yeast to digest. Better than your morning brew? We’ll leave that to you.
Malts: Maris Otter, Wheat, Chocolate, Munich Dark, Roasted Barley Hops: Fuggle, East Kent Goldings Plato: 10.2ᵒP Colour: 90 EBC Bitterness: 40 IBU ABV: 4.2%
Just like dogs who could be described in the same way, our stout is well-rounded with a medium hop bitterness. Black in colour with an off-white head, a dry finish, light body and low carbonation make for a very sessionable beer. Slightly ashy, roasted coffee aromas dominate this dry & delectable brew.
Malts: Pale Ale, Carahell, Munich Dark Additions: Brewing sugars Hops: Chinook, Cascade, Amarillo, Mosaic Plato: 18ᵒP Colour: 12 EBC Bitterness: 80 IBU ABV: 8.2%
Also known as an IIPA Imperial IPA, this bronze-orange beer is unexpectedly very drinkable. This young style originated in The States, when American brewers started pushing the IPA boundaries, adding more hops and brewing for higher alcohol volumes. Extreme hop aromas display grapefruit, stone fruit and citrus, translating into a medium-full bodied beer with a sweet malt profile and big American hop flavour.