Moo Brew

The Beers

Most brewers launch their tinnies in summer

Our cans are ready just in time for winter.

It’s fair to say these cans don’t look like anything else, with more surface area for our art. The iconic custom crafted bottles are still at Moo Brew’s core, we’ve just given people a choice of vessels.

Single Hop

Single Malt, Single Hop. Nowhere to hide.
Single Hop is an all Tasmanian Pale Ale, using a single Enigma hop for floral characteristics and a touch of bitterness, and Tasmanian pale malt for body and a dry finish. Featuring a Single Malt and Single Hop – SMaSH in a can.

 

Pilsner

The Moo Brew Pilsner looks to redefine the classic lager with a nice dose of German Spalt hops, challenging the cherished belief  that pilsners can only be made in Pilsen. Rules are meant to be broken.

Now available in bottle and can.

Pale Ale

The one explicitly referred to as our Pale Ale is a contemporary American style featuring US Simcoe and Centennial hops. These hops offer a floral and citrus aroma, with densely layered Dark Crystal and Carapils malts amongst a bunch of others, making for a satisfying dose of bitterness.

Now available in bottle and can.

Mid Strength

Sometimes you might be in the mood for a big beer, but unfortunately need to function as a normal person. Enter Moo Brew Mid Strength – a full flavoured brew that’s just 3.5% ABV. How did we do it? By packing our tanks with new world American Mosaic and Tasmanian Galaxy hops, to create an aromatic beer with tropical fruit characters and a balanced floral hop bitterness. Add to this a mixture of German specialty crystal malts, and you end up with a big honey-coloured ale with a full and dry finish. Mmm, Moo Brew Mid Strength –  it’s just like drinking real beer!

Hefeweizen

And sometimes rules are just too delicious not to follow. So it is with Moo’s traditional Heff – we don’t mess with this one, instead we stick to the gloriously old world german methods. The flavour and aroma is based on a yeast-driven banana and clove. This one’s head brewer Dave’s favourite.

Available in bottle and the first Hefeweizen brewed in Australia to be presented in a can.

Belgian Pale Ale

Yeast impacts the flavour profile of beer more than many people seek to consider, which is where the Belgian Pale steps in. This beer is brewed to showcase the Ardennes yeast strain, with some light additions of new world hops, resulting in a Belgian style pale ale which is less bitter and boasts a toasty natural spice character.

Dark Ale

Our Dark Ale is legendary, lightly hopped with American Simcoe, Centennial & Cascade hops. Using the darker end of the spectrum of crystal malts, makes for a nicely roasted dark beer that’s surprisingly good for a session.