Devils Brewery Beers
Devils Brewery uses only the freshest ingredients to handcraft our outstanding limited edition range of craft beers.
The following four beers represent our core bottled range available in select craft beer bottle stores across Tasmania. Plus we have our NEW release.
Kiss Me Hardy (UK IPA)
An English Style India Pale Ale (UKIPA) traditionally brewed with bucket loads of malt hops, including Fuggles and Goldings
One eye, one arm, hit by a musket ball, soon to be pickled in brandy and still up for it… “KISS ME HARDY” Here’s one for the cock-eyed optimist! Join us in a toast to Vice Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson. And what a way to salute such an optimist than with our Traditional English India Pale Ale.
So turn your ship upwind, wrap one arm around the mainsail and shout out loudly “Kiss me Hardy!”
A crisp clean traditional Pilsner with a ‘New World’ twist. We’ve packed the whirlpool with the Tasmanian hop ‘Enigma’. No bitterness additions were made just 100% whirlpool hop loving! This retains a large proportion of the delicate oils usually lost in the boiling process, increasing your experience of the true hop character.
For lovers of dark beer.
Malted grains were lovingly smoked locally on Bruny Island by Bruny Island Smokehouse creating a perfect menage a trois with black strap molasses and a large late addition of hops. Smokey, hoppy and a perfect balance of bitterness.
Tassie Pale Ale
5% ABV IBU 38
A true Tasmanian Pale Ale. Light in colour with a crisp bitterness and packed full of Tasmanian hops. Galaxy and Cascade are used late in the boil and also as a dry hop addition. A great session ale.
This coffee flavoured stout was originally made for Dark Mofo Winter Feast 2016 & was so well received that we have added it to our range this year. Made with cold drip and espresso coffee from our mates at Villino Coffee.
Another NEW Release – Cloudy Apple Cider – 5.5% ABV
Released August 2017
Our popular Cloudy Apple Cider is now available in glass.
That’s right, no more of those plastic bottles to clog up the environment.
Brewed in Tinderbox from local Huon Valley apples.