Resilience Beer is a project that arose in the wake of unprecedented bushfires in Australia during late 2019 and early 2020. It came from a desire in the local beer industry to find ways to support those impacted by and fighting the fires, both now and in the future.
Over 200 brewers across Australia, and internationally, have come together to brew a beer that will raise money for a diverse range of charities that are supporting bushfire relief efforts.
Resilience Pale Ale was developed by a working party of brewers to create a beer with broad appeal for beer lovers right across the spectrum. Each brewer has followed the same recipe but has chosen their own charity to fundraise for.
All proceeds from our release will be donated to Wildlife Victoria.
We’re tapping Resilience Pale Ale this Wednesday 26th February at the brewery, with a special pizza and beer offer of $19 all night.
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Resilience Pale Ale
Appearance: Golden with slight chill haze and white foam
Aroma: Citrus and pine hop aroma
Flavour: Clean, quaffable pale ale
Hops: Cascade, Mosaic, Simcoe, and Loral
Malt: Gladfield Ale, Vienna, and Wheat malts
Yeast: American Ale yeast
The Resilience Beer Project was started by US brewers Sierra Nevada following the Camp Fire in California back in 2018. More than 1,400 US brewers joined them in brewing an IPA, and millions of dollars were raised to support those affected by the fires.