Growlers are here

September 22, 2014

Growlers are here

We know its been a long time coming and we know that its not the same as a 6 pack but we can finally sell you a take away beer product!

Our 2L growlers can be purchased directly from our brewery allowing you the opportunity to consume our beer at home.

While our growlers are a poor mans alternative to a 6 pack they will last for a week or two in your fridge and make a great companion for your next BBQ/fishing/camping trip.

If you'd like to get your hands on one of our growlers get in touch with Tim or Simon and we'll hook you up with any one (or all four) of our beers

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Product Initial Purchase (Includes Bottle) Refil
Beer (Aussie, Blowering, Redneck)  $20.00  $15.00
Ginja Ninja $25.00  $20.00 





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