A Bastard No More

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4 Pines Pale Ale

“A Bastard No More”

“Where can we go for a decent beer in Manly?” Steve Mitchell asked his son, Jaron. That question was answered when Jaron and a crew of like-minded beer lovers opened the doors of the 4 Pines Brewing Company in 2008. And like the story of Pale Ale itself, the golden ale flowed from the brewpub in Manly to the thirstiest reaches of this great nation… Seeing 4 Pines Brewing Co. grow to be one of the largest true independent breweries in Australia in the process.

5.1% ABV, 35 IBU’s

A colourful deep Ruby Amber appearance. Aromas of Pine and Grapefruit overlay a malt background. On the palate full bodied malty flavours with a tight and bitter finish.

Availability:

At the Manly Brewpub
In the 330mL Bottle
In the 500mL Bottle
In The Keg Year Round

 

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Belgian Bastard

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Belgian Pale

“The Fifth Bastard”

To keep the Commonwealth troops happy during WWI, Belgian brewers began making a local variant of English Ale. This proved a little more difficult during WWII because the occupying German army had confiscated most of their copper vessels. Local beer therefore was in short supply so the British came to the rescue importing English Ale. When hostilities ended the troops left but the taste for the distinctly British Ale remained and the Belgian brewers with a love rekindled, began to make it their own once again.

5.6% abv, 19 IBUs

Traditionally less bitter with a toasty malt sweetness, the famous yeast-driven phenolics produce a refreshing spicy and fruity character.

AVAILABILITY

In the bottle (mixed 6 x 500mL)

In draught at selected venues

 

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Aussie Bastard

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Aussie Pale

“The Fourth Bastard”

Rum was the currency of Australia at the turn of the 19th Century. Quite literally, it was destroying the settlement. Governor Philip King needed a safer alternative so he asked the British Government to import hops and brewing equipment. When HMS Porpoise finally arrived, so did Australia’s thirst for Pale Ale. However, it was a slow start as the settler struggled to grow the hops in the harsh Australian climate; the first Australian-grown hops were finally cultivated in 1806. From these humble beginnings grew one of the cornerstones of Australia’s rich brewing history.

5.0% abv, 32 IBUs

This brew is straw-like and hazy in appearance, unfiltered and naturally-conditioned for one month in the bottle. Small amounts of carried-over yeast provide a distinctive fruitiness and plenty of vitamin B to help with hangovers in any cases of accidental overconsumption.

AVAILABILITY

In the bottle (mixed 6 x 500mL)

In draught at selected venues

 

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