Robe Town Brewery ‘Shearer’s Joy’ Historic Farmhouse Ale

An easy-drinking ale made with ingredients and methods used in the colonial era, when beer made on an outback station was called just that – Shearer’s Joy.

Pale in colour, refreshing and lightly tart from a partial sour mash of malt and potatoes.  Light additions of the wild horehound herb, ginger, and home-grown hops add a zesty zing.

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An easy-drinking ale made with ingredients and methods used in the colonial era, when beer made on an outback station was called just that – Shearer’s Joy.

Pale in colour, refreshing and lightly tart from a partial sour mash of malt and potatoes.  Light additions of the wild horehound herb, ginger, and home-grown hops add a zesty zing.

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