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Vale Brewing

Willunga, SA Australia

Micro Brewery

Total 20,393

Unique 7,677

Monthly 154

You 0

(3.43)

12,751 Ratings

20 Beers

Added 11/06/10

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Our VALE beers are designed to be flavoursome and sessionable, with or without food,… Show More

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VALE IPA

IPA - American

An Australian interpretation of an American IPA, using a combination of hops from three countries. Galaxy from Australia, Nelson Sauvin from New Zealand… Read More

5.5% ABV

42 IBU

(3.51)

3,665 Ratings

Added 06/17/11

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VALE Ale

Pale Ale - Australian

An Australian Pale Ale with a refreshing balance of malt, hops and yeast characters. Hop Additions of Amarillo and Cascade give a wonderful fresh crisp… Read More

4.5% ABV

28 IBU

(3.44)

3,421 Ratings

Added 11/06/10

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VALE Lager

Lager - Pale

This is our interpretation of what a new world craft lager should be. Approachable, sessionable, balanced and flavoursome. This beer is filtered for smooth… Read More

4.5% ABV

25 IBU

(3.29)

1,567 Ratings

Added 11/14/12

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VALE Dark

Lager - Dark

Vale/Drk is an American dark lager that's locally brewed to suit the Australian palate. It leaves a crisp refreshing finish balanced with coffee and chocolate… Read More

4.5% ABV

30 IBU

(3.45)

1,015 Ratings

Added 05/06/11

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VALE Amber

Lager - American Amber / Red

Designed using Pale, Munich, Crystal and Carafa roasted malt. A filtered beer with brilliant clarity, dark brown in colour with ruby and garnet highlights.… Read More

4.5% ABV

30 IBU

(3.47)

545 Ratings

Added 08/30/15

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VALE Golden Ale

Golden Ale

A malt blend of pilsner, wheat, and vienna in the mash gives rise to a complex yet refined biscuit character. The hops used throughout the brew process… Read More

5.5% ABV

44 IBU

(3.35)

369 Ratings

Added 07/07/15

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Mid Coast

Pale Ale - Australian

Mid Coast Bright Ale reflects the stunning coastline where Vale Brewing is located. Australian Cascade and Victoria Secret hops headline this bill for… Read More

3.5% ABV

30 IBU

(3.31)

189 Ratings

Added 09/24/16

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El Dorado

Brown Ale - American

Bitter hoppy and brown

5% ABV

50 IBU

(3.61)

114 Ratings

Added 07/30/14

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The Gauntlet ESB

Extra Special / Strong Bitter

Medieval Faire festival beer

4.5% ABV

N/A IBU

(3.47)

112 Ratings

Added 09/24/16

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Knee Slapper

Pilsner - German

Crisp German Pilsner. All German malt and hops.

4.4% ABV

38 IBU

(3.33)

86 Ratings

Added 11/21/14

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Betty Boo

Specialty Grain

South Australia had a fantastic season for Cherries this year, so when the boys at the brewery had the opportunity to get their hands on some of the great… Read More

4.7% ABV

26 IBU

(3.31)

68 Ratings

Added 02/24/16

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Oatmeal Stout

Stout - Oatmeal

N/A ABV

N/A IBU

(3.7)

31 Ratings

Added 04/30/15

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4% ABV

N/A IBU

(3.36)

18 Ratings

Added 01/19/12

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VALE CIDER

Cider

A cloudy, traditional-style cider made in collaboration with McLaren Vale’s Chapel Hill Winery. Head Brewer Jeff Wright has elected to use a combination… Read More

4.9% ABV

N/A IBU

(3.41)

23 Ratings

Added 09/19/14

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Vale Brothers Brew

Kölsch

A cool fermented ale owing its indigenousness to Cologne. An ale in lager clothing? Where Knee Slapper's bitterness was brutish, Brother's Kolsch is restrained.… Read More

4.4% ABV

38 IBU

(3.29)

20 Ratings

Added 03/20/15

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New World Lager

Lager - Pale

4.5% ABV

N/A IBU

(3.3)

16 Ratings

Added 12/01/15

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VALE/IPA/OAK

IPA - American

Barrel aged version of VALE / IPA

7.7% ABV

N/A IBU

(3.91)

11 Ratings

Added 10/24/12

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Fox Hat

Lager - Pale

A salute to Red Pelt's everywhere, cock sure, a little angry and mad as a hatter. Malt bursts onto your tongue and the raging hops kick in before the… Read More

6% ABV

N/A IBU

(N/A)

4 Ratings

Added 05/17/16

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Gallery House Collaboration Lager

Lager - American Light

Pale straw colour with a bitter finish.

4.5% ABV

15 IBU

(N/A)

3 Ratings

Added 10/31/15

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Smoky Pony

Porter - English

N/A ABV

N/A IBU

(N/A)

2 Ratings

Added 10/16/15

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