Lagers and Bitters

  • Style: German Pils
  • Aroma: Light Citrus
  • Flavour: Light Citrus/Malt Sweetness
  • Hops: Citra
  • About:Crisp with a malty backbone. This is the kinda drop you want cold and fresh, just the way we do it. Our Lager is tapped directly from the tank, stored at 0.5C for its entire life, never touching sunlight until it's poured into your glass. Best consumed under the shade of a Coolibah tree.
  • Style: Best Bitter
  • Aroma: Roasty, Malty, Floral, Spicey
  • Flavour: Roasty, Earthy, Spicy, Malt Sweetness
  • Hops: East Kent Golding, Fuggles
  • About: The English style bitter is a classic favourite. A malty reminder of the motherland, perfect for a midweek session!

Pale Ales

  • Style: Extra Pale Ale
  • Aroma: Tropical
  • Flavour: Tropical, Citrus
  • Hops: Citra
  • About: I'm packed full of citra hops, and fermented using Norwegian super yeast, allowing me to turn from barley to beer in only 5 days


  • Style: New Zealand IPA
  • Aroma: Tropical, Fruit Juice, Grapefruit, Lime
  • Flavour: Mango Juice, Guava, Grapefruit
  • Hops: New Zealand Hops - Motueka, Nectaron
  • About: An easy drinking hazy, soft and juicy. Straw-like in colour with a higher-than-normal residual sweetness to add to the "juicy" mouth feel. The use of oats (malted and un-malted), have contributed to both the haze and softer mouthfeel. The use of wheat has provided the essential proteins for haze...Chur!
  • Style: American IPA
  • Aroma: Citrus, Rock Melon
  • Flavour: Citrus, Rock Melon, Stone Fruit, medium body
  • Hops: Amarillo, Citra, Simco, Strata, Mosaic
  • About: I'M BACK BABY! OG West Coast IPA back on tap for limited time only. Take a sip then pause for a moment as you inhale magical rainbow of amarillo, mosaic, simco and strata hops. You're in for a treat.

Ales, Stouts & Porters

  • Style: Scottish Export Ale
  • Aroma: Slight malt roastiness, Earthy
  • Flavour: Mild citrus, spice, earthy, malty
  • Hops: East Kent Golding, Galaxy
  • About:Mid-brown, clear. Biscuity, tiny bit of sweet smoke, quite light and easy going.

2 years in a rum barrel, delicious & decadent limited release stout

Soft rum flavours, like Christmas cake in a glass

Appearance: Take a butcher’s at this beauty. Pours out darker than a chimney sweep’s hat.

Aroma: Stick yer nose in and have a good sniff. You’ll get a proper whiff of dark sweet malt, with a cheeky hint of rye spice. There’s notes of chocolate and sugar like the smell waftin’ out of the baker’s at dawn.

Flavour: Now, take a swig and let it roll over yer tongue. You’ll get a rich, roasted malt flavour, with chocolate and caramel notes, balanced by the spicy kick of rye. It’s like a walk down Borough Market, with all the best flavours comin’ together in harmony. There’s a touch of smokiness and a bit of toffee sweetness at the end.

Mouthfeel: This Rye Porter’s got a medium body, smooth as a London cab ride, with just the right amount of fizz to keep things lively. It’s as comforting as a warm scarf on a chilly day, and goes down as easy as a cheeky pint with yer mates.

Pairings: Perfect with a plate of pie and mash, a hunk of mature cheddar, or a slice of rich, sticky pudding. From the MAC Collective kitchen, i’m choosing Loaded Fries, or whatever the guys have on the smoker. It’s the ideal pint for those cold nights when there’s a fire roaring or when it’s flogging with rain and Bucketty’s packed with good company.

Pommy geezer version for a Pom beer.

IMO like any good dark beer, this gets better when it warms up a touch.

Name: Rye Porter

Style: English Porter

Hops: Chinook, East Kent Goldings

Pouring an obsidian black, it’ll make a long black look like dishwater, with a creamy tan head that hopefully doesn’t disappear like your best mate when it’s his round.

Flavour: It’s like biting into a rich, dark chocolate bar while sipping on a freshly brewed espresso, all rounded off with the subtle nuttiness of oats. There’s a cheeky bitterness that sneaks in at the end, leaving your taste buds nodding in approval.

Aroma: Take a sniff and you’ll think you’ve wandered into a hipster café. You’ll get smacked in the nose with roasted coffee beans, dark chocolate, and toasted oats.

Mouthfeel: Full-bodied and smoother than your best pickup line after a few pints. It’s got dry bitterness at the end, just to remind you it’s a serious beer, not some fruity nonsense.

Pairings: Goes down a treat with a beef stew that’s been cooking longer than your nan’s life story, or a chocolate cake that’s richer than a mining mogul. Or even better, sat around the bush telly with mates.

Winter Stout - Because sometimes, the best adventures happen after dark.

Name: Winter Stout

Style: Dry Irish /Oatmeal Stout

Hops: Centennial, Fuggles

Key Words: Dry, Roasty, Coffee, Dark Chocolate

An imperial porter that's as suave as Roger Moore and as indulgent as a perfectly toasted S'more.

Ginger Beer, Cider & Sours

  • Style: Ginger Beer
  • Aroma: Slightly sweet, ginger spice
  • Flavour: Ginger
  • About: Yes. Yes we do! After being asked every day if we have a ginger beer, the answer is finally a resounding YES! This brew is packed full of gingery spice and goes perfectly with a wedge of lime.
  • Style: Cider
  • Aroma: Apple/Lemon Myrtle
  • Flavour: dry cider but not tart, lemon, apple, hint of honey
  • About: We used Granny Smith apple juice which usually makes a tart cider. It fermented out quite low which gives it that dry finish. We decided to use up the left-over honey to back sweeten it a bit then thought the left-over lemon myrtle might make this cider a bit different than just a run-of-mill tart cider. The result is a dry but somehow balanced cider with notes of apple, lemon myrtle, and a touch of honey

Help...I don't drink beer!

It's ok, we can't all be legends! We've got a full bar license and serve a range of locally produced wines, spirits, cocktails, juices and soft drinks. We even have alcohol free beer options. There's something for everyone!