Stone and Wood Jasper Ale

Altbier

Been given a brand tweak and now packed with Galaxy, Enigma and Mosaic hops. Still has that caramel edge. 10/8/17

ABV: 5.4

IBU: 35

BOTTLES: 500ml

Nail NZ Pale Ale

Pale Ale

Some Motueka hops take the drinker to the land of the long white cloud. Hides alcohol very well and leaves you with visions of the tropics. 10/8/17

ABV: 6

IBU: 30

TAP: Available for short time

Fixation Squish IPA

IPA

Orange is such a natural match for IPA and Fixation's Tom Delmont has blended the fruit so magnificently. This brew is nudging the ABV scale but is so easy drinking. 30/7/17

ABV: 5.9

IBU: 45

CANS: 375ml

Balter IPA

IPA

The name and packaging are simple. But the beer is far more complex with an appropriate hop sting. Another winner from Balter, who are on a hot streak in quick time. 30/7/17

ABV: 6.8

IBU: 72

CANS: 375ml

Cheeky Monkey Australian Lager

Lager

A gold medal-winner at Perth Royal Beer Show. If you like the well-known Lagers made by the big guys, you'll adore this version and it leads a rebranding for the brewery. 2/7/17

ABV: 4.6

IBU: N/A

CANS: 375ml

Gage Roads Sea Devil

Imperial Stout

This Imperial Stout from the west coast has caramel, roast coffee and bitter chocolate, with high alcohols adding some sweetness to the brew. Perfect for winter and at this stage only on tap. 2/7/17

ABV: 9

IBU: 70

AVAILABLE ON TAP

Modus Operandi Cascadian Howl

Black IPA

This brew is a tribute to the cartoon coyote that never catches the Road Runner. If only Wile E Coyote had this juice. This style howls with citrus and resinous North West US hops. 2/6/17

ABV: 8.2

IBU: 85

BOTTLE: 500ml

James Squire Cabin Fever

Session IPA

Yet another from the James Squire stable. This easy drinking pale ale features Citra, Centennial, and the new and exciting hop blend Fortnight, which when combined, create a luscious citrus-tropical aroma. 2/6/17

ABV: 4.5

IBU: 35

BOTTLE: 330ml

1 / 3

Please reload

Stone and Wood Jasper Ale

Altbier

Been given a brand tweak and now packed with Galaxy, Enigma and Mosaic hops. Still has that caramel edge. 10/8/17

ABV: 5.4

IBU: 35

BOTTLES: 500ml

Nail NZ Pale Ale

Pale Ale

Some Motueka hops take the drinker to the land of the long white cloud. Hides alcohol very well and leaves you with visions of the tropics. 10/8/17

ABV: 6

IBU: 30

TAP: Available for short time

Fixation Squish IPA

IPA

Orange is such a natural match for IPA and Fixation's Tom Delmont has blended the fruit so magnificently. This brew is nudging the ABV scale but is so easy drinking. 30/7/17

ABV: 5.9

IBU: 45

CANS: 375ml

Balter IPA

IPA

The name and packaging are simple. But the beer is far more complex with an appropriate hop sting. Another winner from Balter, who are on a hot streak in quick time. 30/7/17

ABV: 6.8

IBU: 72

CANS: 375ml

Cheeky Monkey Australian Lager

Lager

A gold medal-winner at Perth Royal Beer Show. If you like the well-known Lagers made by the big guys, you'll adore this version and it leads a rebranding for the brewery. 2/7/17

ABV: 4.6

IBU: N/A

CANS: 375ml

Gage Roads Sea Devil

Imperial Stout

This Imperial Stout from the west coast has caramel, roast coffee and bitter chocolate, with high alcohols adding some sweetness to the brew. Perfect for winter and at this stage only on tap. 2/7/17

ABV: 9

IBU: 70

AVAILABLE ON TAP

Modus Operandi Cascadian Howl

Black IPA

This brew is a tribute to the cartoon coyote that never catches the Road Runner. If only Wile E Coyote had this juice. This style howls with citrus and resinous North West US hops. 2/6/17

ABV: 8.2

IBU: 85

BOTTLE: 500ml

James Squire Cabin Fever

Session IPA

Yet another from the James Squire stable. This easy drinking pale ale features Citra, Centennial, and the new and exciting hop blend Fortnight, which when combined, create a luscious citrus-tropical aroma. 2/6/17

ABV: 4.5

IBU: 35

BOTTLE: 330ml

1 / 3

Please reload

NEW BEERS

Latest release beers from the best breweries - Week starting 31/01/19.

Beerland Saltwater Croc

Gose. 5.4%. Keg release

Plenty of grapefruit. Indeed, there were 130 hand zested citrus circles put in the 900 litre batch. This delicious unfiltered very pale, zesty and salty beer is immensely refreshing and balanced. The use of flaked salt in an otherwise soft water profile balances out the acidity from kettle souring and the massive amount of grapefruit zest thrown in the fermenter leaves a bright citrusy finish. WHERE: This received great support at the Northbridge and Whitfords Beer Clubs. Available from both venues for a short time only.

 

Thorny Devil Mandurah Local Lager

Australian Lager. 4.2%. Keg/330ml bottles

Brewed with finest Australian Malts and local rainwater, it is well-rounded in flavour, with an emphasis on crispness. The moderate bitterness and subtle fragrance of the hops allow for the pale malts to shine through at the beginning of the sip, and then comes in to cleanse the palate with a dry and bitter aftertaste. WHERE: Catch 22, Funky Mexican Cantina, Hog's Breath Cafe, Pinjarra Racecourse, Pinjarra Trots, Minibar Rockingham, The Sporting Globe and Cape Bouvard Winery and Brewery. 

Rocky Ridge Karl's Date Turns Sour

Berliner Weisse. 3.2%. Keg/375ml cans

Poor Karl. First he needed assistance in an earlier Rocky Ridge brew now he has been treated badly in love. But there is nothing unromantic with this beer, particularly when it was consumed in high volumes on a very hot day at the recent Perth Beer Fest. Just sour enough to be very pleasant but it won't suck your cheeks into your mouth. WHERE: This is available on both tap and in vessels at many liquor stores across the State. Both like most Rocky Ridge brews it is around for a short time.

Nail Red Ale

Amber Ale. 6%. Keg/375ml cans

It has been around almost five years but there was considerable excitement with the news John Stallwood had decided to put this multi-award winner into aluminium. The Citra hops first hit on the nose before the dry hopping provides such a great balance to the malt of the style. This vessel is going to be striking on any bottle shop shelf - even more so than a Coca Cola can. WHERE: At a plethora of outlets, including soon to be in Dan Murphy's. The keg remains in circulation, especially at Bassendean Hotel.

1 / 1

Please reload

All breweries can let The Sip know of their new beers via email - editor@TheSip.com.au.

Keep up to date with latest beer news from WA and around Australia.

BEER OF THE WEEK
INDIA PALE ALE
TWO BIRDS BREWING
Two Birds India Pale Ale.jpg