Australia’s oldest windmill built in a windless location – good ol’ Aussie ingenuity. A dry sense of humour may hold these days but belies a brutal past. Social re-appropriation, timekeeper, TV broadcaster – good for almost any application except that for which it was built. Dark and mild it stands, an ominous token of our torturous past but a hope for reinvigoration. A Dry Stout, designed for the tropics, what a bizarre idea!
Pepper, chocolate and mint driven over a light bitterness and dry finish. A big aroma of dark beer leads to a surprisingly light body and quick finish. Perfect for the deep “winter” in July, or equally, the height of humidity in February. Show Less