Yep, made around the corner from me at St Peter's by Matt Donelan a brewer that other brewers listen to.
I made one once (hefe) and it was great. A buddy never went back to kits and all his brews a very nice.
Yeah, don't confuse the St Peters 15 litre worts with the 4.5 litre wort kits from ESB. Their new line is called "Finest Round" and they have a heap of new varieties. I've tried their English Summer Ale and their Sparkling Ale. I think I was the crash test dummy for the English Summer Ale as it didn't really work. Low OG, poor FG, came out at 3.3%. Tried it twice so it wasn't operator error. The Sparkling Ale isn't a bad drop. A Coopers knock off it ain't, slightly darker and much more full bodied but very drinkable all the same. I've currently got their newest variety in the fermenter, an Aussie Pale Ale (it's not even on their website yet). Once again, it looks slightly darker than the Coopers beer it is trying to emulate but I have high hopes for it. Good OG of 1.045, it will be bottled next weekend and I'll give it 3 weeks in the bottle and we'll see how we go!!ESB is in peakhurst.
I have been told by a few ppl that the golden ale is good. I have just put down a Euro Lager and a Bo Pils.