Good Beer Wheaty is back - stranger and livelier than ever!
Here's a (subject to tweaking) teaser...
The Full Good Beer Wheaty Program is available HERE
Kicks off Sun 8th Jan from 3pm
Over 30 Farmhouse, Wild & Sours pouring throughout the month.
We sacrifice 6 of 13 Taps to Tarts, pouring varying levels of twang across an entire font, including a barrel aged 'Warehouse Ale' from the Wheaty Brewing Corps - 'Dirty Three' - and a special quartet of Rodenbach beers.
Fri 30th September from 3pm - one night only!
Heaps good Hops.
For the third year running we're filling a Font with South Australian Hop Monsters - and embracing a very Local kind of Hoppiness...
Sun 21st August from 2pm Front Bar
In the words of James Crafty Pint Smith; "In July, we collaborated on a beer with the lovely folks at The Wheaty Brewing Corps. On the brew day we were joined by four members of The Crafty Cabal, who helped us create an English style pale ale that we named Landlady in a nod to the classic Timothy Taylor Landlord...
Fri 8th July from 6-8pm Front Bar, Free Entry
Crafty Pint founder, Good Beer Week co-founder and PoO mastermind James Smith is bringing his 'Crafty Cabal' to Thebarton - and we're putting a collaborative spin on the Pint of Origin Tap line-up for the night. We'll be splitting our Taps three ways between the beers of our Collaborators, the Collaboration beers themselves and Wheaty Brewing Corps staples...
Sun 10th July from 3-8pm
A full 13 Tap Takeover of Beers brewed in our own Backyard!
To celebrate what has been an extraordinary couple of years in the life of our Brewery, we're turning over ALL of our Taps to the Wheaty Brewing Corps, including the launch of our three Good Beer Wheaty Collaborations...
The Wheaty turns 13!
It's our birthday once again, and we're celebrating! Come on down & raise a glass to our 13th year of crafty beers, live music and all round fun times...
Sun 17th April, From 3pm, Front Bar
In late 2014 Wheaty Brewing Corps collaborated with then Moo Brewer Scott Overdorf on our 'Kettle Sour Saison'. In February this year we headed down to Tassie for the return leg of our Kettle Sour collaboration exchange - this time brewing in Scott's own brand spanking new Hobart Brewing Co. The beer: a Kettle Sour Tassie Gose.
In a Hobart Vs Thebarton friendly, we'll showcase a Font of Hobart Brewing Co's beers lined up against an equal number of Wheaty Brewing Corps brews.
Thurs 25th Feb from 5pm
Golden Ale is the yacht rock of the craft beer world. Smooth, mellow, middle of the road. Polished, balanced and safe. So wrong, yet so so right...