Now serving Sydney metro area
- Session beers -
Made from the second runnings of Land & Sea's very own whiskey wash. With flavours of Lychee, white wine and bubblegum to welcome you in and a dry sparkling minerality to keep it refreshing. 0 sugar, 0 Carb and Low Calorie.
This one is the essence of easy drinking. Inspired by the era of short stubbies, thongs, terry toweling hats and steaks burnt to a crisp on the BBQ. A classic draught style with low bitterness and refreshing malt flavours, brewed to be simply enjoyed.
This one's a classic Pacific Ale - super smooth. Tropical on the nose and low bitterness. This classic Pacific Style Ale, has been brewed as the perfect go to beer for all occasions. Created with a blend of American and Pacific Hops, big on the nose but easy on the pallet. It goes down, like a dream.
This super sessionable Aussie Pale Ale is a beer for enjoying everywhere, anytime. The crisp, light malt profile is complemented by aromatic tropical fruit and citrus notes of Australian Galaxy and American Cascade hops.
Refreshingly tropical, with a crisp clean finish. Northern Beaches brewed and low calorie so you can sip, savour the flavour and repeat.
- Pale Ales -
Brewed in small batches, this quality Pale Ale has a solid malt backbone, paired with tropical and citrus fruit hop flavours.
This Pale Ale steps up the flavour profile allowing the hops to come to the forefront, showcasing a bouquet of citrus and tropical fruits, with a clean bitterness to round it off, a very sessionable beer!
Get your skates on and get rollin' with this hazy pale ale, loaded with oats for the haze and left unfiltered for extra flavour and a soft creamy mouthfeel. Southern Hemisphere hops are featured in this pale with the use of Galaxy, Nelson Sauvin and a new experimental hop to give a combination of citrus, gooseberry and tropical fruit aromas.
An unfiltered Pale with Aussie hops combined with malts sourced from the Southern Hemisphere. The tropical flavours of passionfruit and mango plus refreshing bitterness make this a balanced and sessionable Pale.
Fresh, crisp, bold. Our top selling beer and the most requested pale on the beaches. Huge aromatics of lush pine, vibrant citrus, all balanced with a delicate blend of the finest malts make Modus Pale THE classic pale.
- IPAs -
The Red Rye IPA has big hop flavours rounded off with a complex malt body.Packed with hops this is a great Red IPA with a twist.
Brewed to showcase various hop varieties, in a three pronged approach. The malt is kept on the lighter side, and heavily double dry-hop to emphasise those unique hop aromas & flavours.
This New England Style IPA hits you with breakfast juice flavours and aromas of mango, passionfruit, candied pineapple and lychee. Light pine notes are curved with a viscous mouthfeel that oats and triticale provide.
Bloodshot IPA is brewed with Red Malt & Oats, giving it plenty of rich malt flavour. Balanced out with a big double dry-hop, there's lots of resinous & piney notes on offer at a surprisingly easy drinking ABV.
A vibrant American West Coast IPA. Massive tropical fruit and citrus notes from multiple hop additions are supported by a smooth but firm bitterness and a clean, dry finish.
The allure of this brew rests in the decadent blend of hops and malt combining in the sweetest beer symphony your taste buds are asking for. The name is behind one of the best yarns in Aussie craft beer!
Hopgrower HPA sent MCBC some experimental hop HBC 586 to play with. They thought the mango, lychee and orange notes, as well as the suggested herbal pepperiness, would make a tasty addition to a big West Coast IPA.
Kickin’ It Old School is an ode to the big traditional West Coast IPA’s of the American North West. Packed with pine, resin and a hint of refreshing citrus that dances endlessly with the assertive bitterness to make each sip evermore enticing.
One of MCBC's signature beers and extremely popular in the taproom. This indulgent ale is so well-rounded you’d think it was drawn with a compass. Clean citrus and tropical fruits dance around thick candied malt you could almost chew.