Art and Beer. Been done before! Actually we know, all that time ago, that Arthur Streeton and his mates were into beers, camping and travel in a big way. Probably never had an Italian style PILS like this though! A big and noble dry hop gives you freshly cut meadows, sweet spice and earthy fruits. Saluti to our amazing regional gallery, NERAM in Armidale NSW, for sharing its collection.
A Streeton (1867-1943)
Bridge of Sighs, Venice 1908
Hinton Collection NERAM Armidale NSW
BEER STYLE – We researched this style as best we could before giving it a crack! A classic 100% German Pilsner Malt base was a must combined with a classic European Pils hop profile, the main difference is the American Pale Ale style dry hopping with noble hops. It’s this dry hopping which has given this PILS more depth and a bit of crunch. The beer pours a brilliant unfiltered straw colour and has a remarkable fluffy head for a single malt beer. The bitterness is balanced and smooth.
FLAVOUR KEYWORDS -ORANGE BLOSSOM/ WHITE GRAPE/ FRESHLY CUT MEADOWS/ EARTHY SPICE