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Otherside Craft Beer ~ Festive Session Ale ~ Fremantle Australia ~ 4 Pack Value

$23   $36

This is great……and here’s why!

4 x generous, environmentally-friendly 375ml cans

Gold - 2018 Beer awards, Perth Royal

Bronze - Australian International Beer Awards 2018

3.14/5 Rate Beer

No preservatives

The Brewer "..crafted to be the ultimate expression of a ‘festival’ beer, Festive Session Ale was the brewery’s inaugural release. Festive packs enough flavour to intrigue, yet is an eminently sessionable brew. This medium-bodied ale is supple and malty, with tropical citrus notes and a refreshing finish."

David Harker "When you only have room for one brand of beer in your wine store, you'd better get it right! This is as right as it gets. It's the beer I drink when I'm not drinking wine."

Established in 2016 by a group of friends in the music industry who shared a love of good beer, Otherside Brewing is based in Fremantle, Australia - the birthplace of craft beer. Otherside Brewing began life at a music festival.No one remembers who said it, but all agreed: "Imagine if we could can this feeling".

We've seen it ourselves, Otherside Brewing selects quality ingredients, uses no preservatives and has a small team overseeing its tanks with much the same commitment as a good wine-maker tends their barrels.

Otherside Brewing produces all its beer in cans. Has done since the company first launched. It may not be fancy, but it's the choice of earth loving breweries globally.

Vinepair "More and more craft breweries are adding cans to their lineups because they’re cheap, they travel well, they keep damaging light from hitting the beer inside.....and cans have a smaller carbon footprint than glass..because they are lighter.... and take less cardboard to hold and transport....A bottle emits 20 percent more greenhouse gases than a can... Plus cans are made with...70 percent recycled content, and people recycle their cans 20 percent more often than they recycle glass."

So if you don't want your beer in a can, grab a glass. We favour a chilled, large red wine glass; the way we serve our gin and tonics!