The All Hands Brews

Some say ‘too many hands spoil the brew’
We say ‘more hands the merrier’

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It’s all about the beer at All Hands. We proudly craft our brews in-house for superior, fresh flavour.

Head Brewer Sam Clayman has created an inspiring list of beers: the ever popular Cream Pale Ale, along with the Gold Medal-winning Stout, tweaked, twisted and nitrogenised, enough to make a grown Irishman weep with joy.

So too, look out for a rotating roster of summer ales, refreshing pales, and noble lagers (amongst others).

See the Brews below

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Wood Duck Cream Ale

4.7% ABV • 18 IBU

Our signature beer

Straw coloured, with a mild biscuit and vanilla malt character and notes of spice from Saaz hops. We use nitrogen gas for our cream ale, giving it the characteristic creamy head and extra smoothness on the palate.

Bunny Hop Lager

5.0% ABV • 30 IBU

SILVER MEDALIST – INDIES 2019

Worldly classic

Our interpretation of one of the original lagers of the world, the Czech Pilsner, Bunny Hop has the slightest honey tinge from Vienna malt, accentuated by an original Pilsner strain of yeast. Three different noble hops offer a solid, yet surprisingly soft bitterness that brings the legendary balance to a good pilsner. Its light-medium body makes this drop exceedingly easy drinking with any occasion.

Irish Sport Stout

5.1% ABV • 51 IBU

GOLD MEDALIST – INDIES 2019

Stout with a twist

In order to get the typical finish of a good Dry Stout, we’ve fermented a small amount of the beer with a house blend of acid-producing yeasts and blended it back to the mother batch. The result is a stout with all the coffee and smooth chocolate notes you expect, with an underlying complexity that you don’t. Served with nitrogen gas for an authentic thick head and smooth sailing through a pint.

Rouseabout Session Ale

4% ABV • 30 IBU

SILVER MEDALIST – INDIES 2019

Easy-going

A real New World ale, bursting with NZ hop characters of stone-fruit salad with distinct spice and citrus overtones. Immensely satisfying for lovers of easy-going, all-day session ales.

Hump Day I.P.A.

6.2% ABV • 45 IBU

SILVER MEDALIST – INDIES 2019

Fruity and Floral

Three cheeky Aussie hops, a smarmy British hop, and a couple surprisingly well-dressed American hops party happily together in our tasty IPA. Blending the old world and the new, tropical fruits, black currant, pine resin, citrus and floral notes dominate the flavour and aroma profile. And then there’s more hops to crash the party. C’mon, it’s IPA!

Fruit Bat Pale Ale

5.2% ABV • 22 IBU

GOLD MEDALIST – INDIES 2019

Our changeling Pale Ale has a fixed malt base of pilsner and wheat malts, with a quartet of dry-hop additions: Fruit-bomb hops Citra and Mosaic are used in every batch, but the other two hops change each time for a new fruity twist! See the sign on the taps for the latest hops.

Traveller Saison

5.6% ABV • 20 IBU
In this new version of our Traveller Saison, we added a bit more wheat malt and fermented at a lower temperature than previously. The result is still highly refreshing, showing prominent wheat beer-like banana and light floral characters, with restrained clove spiciness adding to the dry finish.

Dirty Root Ginger Beer

5.4% ABV • 15 IBU

Between a beer and a cider

Our summer tradition Dirty Root Ginger Beer has been hyped up with double the ginger and lemons from last year’s recipe! Dry and bitey ginger with light, cleansing lemon acidity. Dirty Root is also fantastic served with a slice of spicy chili to really get a zing through the taste buds!

Alpen Gold Märzen

5.2% ABV • 22 IBU

A golden-amber lager traditionally made in German Spring for Autumn consumption. Malt-forward with a mild hint of honey, rounded biscuit notes and a soft graininess on the palate. We deviate from tradition with Aussie-grown Ella hops providing the balancing bitterness and a touch of spice.