Gotta respect that. :beerbang:"Red Hill Brewery" said:The Red Hill Brewery is unique as we have our own
hopyard onsite and organically grow all our own hops
for use in our beers. We use the whole hop flowers,
dried here in Red Hill, in the brewing process.
We grow five varieties of hops
* Pride of Ringwood
Interesting, from what I gathered from the unfriendly brewer, the beers on tap which I had would have been force carbonated in the keg VS the bottled which would be naturally carbonated in the bottle. Regardless, it's pretty shit that you get under-carbonated beer for the price they charge.NRB said:Two tastings were conducted - the Weizenbock and the Strong Ale. Unfortunately both were well undercarbonated to the point of being flat and headless even when poured from a great height.
yeah, that's what I meant, sorry for the confusion. I wasn't overly inspired by it either, but did drink the entire stubby flat as it was.Rex said:When you say the strong ale, I think you mean the "scotch" ale, which I really didn't like at all and thus didn't drink more than a small taste.
Did they have their Scotch Ale available ? That is my fav.Dropped in at Red Hill this arvo for lunch & a couple of quiet beers. There was a good crowd in for lunch & everybody was given a run down of what beers were available. I had a sample of the Golden ale & Hefe, but the Hop Harvest Ale was my pick. Plenty of hops but not out of balance.
I hope to get back down that way later in the year, but next time I will take my golf clubs as well!
me and the missus popped in about a month ago and purchased a 6 pack of the Scotch ale. Nice drop!Spent last Saturday at Red Hill for a few beers and lunch. Four beers on tap, Golden Ale, Weizen, Scotch Ale and Hop Harvest. Got chatting with the owner and brewer about their beers. All the beers were great, well worth a visit. Even scored a bottle of the upcoming Imperial Stout which is in the fridge chilling now. We had dinner in Mornington later that night and the restaurant even had the Golden Ale in bottles on the list, good to see the local beers getting a run around the area.