The Australian Brewery has announced the winner of its “Name the Beer” competition, with local Sunil Bahkri taking out the chance to name the new drop, and have a hand in its creation.
The new brew will be called “The Rebel Rouser”, named for the Castle Hill Rebellion that occurred on 4 March, 1804, which saw an uprising from a group of Irish convicts against the British colonial authority.
The beer is described as delivering “a punching crafty flavour as well as a crisp and refreshing taste you would expect from the Australian Brewery. However, you’ll also detect a full-flavoured amber lager balanced out with a hint of biscuity malt to finish.”
The beer will be stocked in a range of bottle shops and bars in the Hills District of Sydney, including on tap at the Australian Brewery, the Hillside Hotel and the Bella Vista Hotel.
For more information, head along to the Australian Brewery website.