No. 3 -
The Chancer Golden Ale
This is a go to kind of beer. Always reliable. Quite a full flavour and a nice colour. Ol’ Jim Squire knew what he was doing. (Sidenote: just found out James Squire was a convict who established Australia’s first commercial brewery back in 1798. Beer review and a history lesson what more do you want?!). The Chancer is a strong brew that’s a little sweet and a little fruity with a friendly mouth feel. I’m honoured to call it my friend. My Friend The Beer.
No. 2 -
Arc Valley is a really solid beer. Very crisp and refreshing with a pleasant aftertaste. A simple label that draws you in with its titular arc and valley and keeps you there with a taste that’ll keep you coming back for more. It’s got all the trademarks that make it a classic lager so it’s a great substitute if you want to step out of your comfort zone but not too far that it’s unfamiliar. It’s a big scary world out there and you wanna stay somewhere you trust - and this is a beer you can trust. I know who I’m voting for in the next election. Remember Australia we use preferential voting so be sure to give this guy a shout out when you’re at the polling booths in board shorts and thongs.
No. 1 -
Stone & Wood
You walk around with a bottle of Stone & Wood in your hand on a blistering summers day and all the guys will wanna be you and all the girls will also wanna be you (we’re not sexist here - girls drink beer as well. Come on man). Stone & Wood is flavour street. Flavour town. Flavour country. Richly aromatic and light on the way down. Instantly refreshing with a elegant but simple label to match the fruity, refined taste. This was my go to beer this summer. Knock back a few on a hot day or crack a crisp one on a special occasion - this is a beer that will make you wanna drink more beer.