This peach coloured ale combines yeast derived fruity esters and creamy mouthfeel with tannin structure provided by grapes.
How we make it
This ale was made with Fighting Gully Road winery who initially provided juice from cold soaked Sangiovese which we added to the end of the boil on brew day. We then supplemented this with skins and bunches from freshly pressed Shiraz, post fermentation.
Mayday hills is a farmhouse beer project from Bridge Road Brewers. These beers are fermented in traditional wooden Foeder tanks and reflect our township and the surrounding region. Mayday Hills.
Mayday Hills is a project inspired by a range of influences and experiences from around the globe and at home. Ben, initially from wine and winemaking 15 years ago. Through the exposure to sour and wild beer and barrel aging programs of Belgium, and further through new practices in the US craft beer industry and our own experimentation at Bridge Road Brewers.