Moo Brew is an urbane confluence of art, style, great beers and downright confusing contradictions.
The original brewery was built on the lush grounds of the Moorilla winery on the banks of the River Derwent – now the site of MONA (The Museum of Old and New Art). In 2010, a new brewery was built at Bridgewater, ten minutes north of the hatchling site. The architecturally-designed building houses a modern brewing facility, previously described as the best-appointed microbrewery in Australia. Established in 2005, Moo Brew is now the state’s largest locally-owned brewery. The Moo Brew labels display the works of Australian artist John Kelly.
Backed by this blending of beer and art, Moo Brew's brewers continue to architect a beer style and brand which purposefully seeks out authentic connections with the palettes of all those who appreciate the art of fine craft beer.
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We currently produce five core beers:
- a Pilsner,
- a German-style Hefeweizen,
- a Belgian Pale Ale,
- an American Pale Ale and
- an American Dark Ale.
In addition to this we release a range of seasonal and small batch beers throughout the year. Moo Brew contains only the essential ingredients: malt, hops, yeast and water. No preservatives. No additives.