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  • Wildflower Bright Side: Shiraz

    20,27 €

    "The Bright Side beers are two friend’s attempt to view the world with a glass half-full. When Bryan Martin (Ravensworth Wines) realised his vines were smoke tainted from the 2020 bushfires, he concocted a plan ‘B’ with Topher Boehm (Wildflower Brewing & Blending). These beers are the marriage of Bryan’s hand harvested, carbonic macerated, whole bunch wine grapes with Topher’s freshly fermented Gold Australian Wild Ale. Aged and macerated for eight months in Murrumbateman before travelling to the big smoke for bottling and maturation."

  • Wildflower Good as Gold

    20,27 €

    "A 50/50 blend of barrel aged Gold with fresh Gold that has just completed primary fermentation. This composition of aged and fresh beer is what we had originally intended for our Gold. It didn't end up like that though, as Gold is 100% barrel aged. We love the fresh fermentation esters and bright hop character we get in our young fermentations. This is what we focus on in beers like The International & As It Were (coming in November). But we can't hide that we also love the apparent funk, creamy mouthfeel and complex fermentation flavours of aged beer. We dont think of this blend as being a best of both worlds, but more an attempt (and this is only the first one) to marry these flavours harmoniously. One of the beers that really got me thinking about making mixed culture beers a...

  • Wildflower St Henry 2021

    25,55 €

    "St Henry is an Australian Wild Ale made with apricots. It is named for Chris and Emily’s second son. Saint Henry II was a Holy Roman Emperor during the 11th century. In 2021, St Henry was made by blending barrel aged golden mixed culture fermentation ale with 1060kg of fresh, whole, tree ripened Robada apricots from Yarralee Orchard in Kelso, NSW."

  • Wildflower Wattle Drops 2020

    21,77 €
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    "Wattle Drops 2020 is a golden Australian Wild Ale fermented wholly by wild yeast and bacteria residing on freshly picked Wattle blossoms from ‘Carawatha’ in Gerringong, NSW."

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