We like to keep things fresh, so we’ve brewed a limited release of Kellerbier for spring. Kellerbier is a German style of lager that isn’t filtered or pasteurised. Unlike filtered lagers, Kellerbier has a distinctly cloudy appearance because it contains its original brewing yeast held in suspension. The term literally translates to “cellar beer”. As an added twist our Kellerbier is dry hopped in the tank to give it a punchy hop aroma. Traditionally, Kellerbier is enjoyed from freshly tapped kegs during the warmer months of spring. With only a small number of kegs headed out the doors later this month, you’ll find it at all good beer bars and pubs around Byron, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, and Adelaide, but only for a limited time.