Burleigh Bighead is a full-flavoured, full-strength beer that is 100% natural and boasts a clean, crisp taste. With zero carbs and only 101 calories per can, Burleigh Bighead is brewed traditionally, with an innovative twist. The depth of flavour will surprise you.
Playfully hoppy, the Tiny Kind Session IPA takes session beers to a whole new level. It still has the pine and citrus KIND flavor you know and love but now with a lower alcohol content. Big where it matters and small where you want it. ENJOY THE LITTLE THINGS! Brewed with love along with Pale, Cara Hell and Light Munich malts; Chinook, Citra, Simcoe and El Dorado hops.
To get you rocking this Holiday Season, we cooked up an extra special beer. This Sour Ale was conditioned on over 150 pounds of Shortbread Cookies and finished with a generous dollop of Raspberries. Get Your Jam On this Holiday Season! Brewed with love along with Pale, and Crystal Malts; Flaked Oats; Flaked Wheat; Pacific Crest Hops; Lactose; Real Raspberries; Shortbread Cookies.
Brewmaster Matt Cole partnered with Glenn Benigni, owner of Fat Head's Saloon in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to open Fat Head's Brewery & Saloon in Cleveland, Ohio in 2009, with Cole supplying beer to the Pittsburgh location. A production brewery opened in Middleburg Heights, Ohio in March 2012 and another brewpub location opened in Portland, Oregon in November 2014, which has since closed. Fat Head's is known for their signature beers Head Hunter IPA and Bumble Berry Honey Blueberry Ale.
Fat Head's Brewery & Saloon opened in North Olmsted, Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland, on April 7, 2009. The brewpub has a 35-seat bar and a 200-seat dining room. There are 30 rotating tap handles that serve beers from Fat Head's as well as guest breweries. There is also a game room with a video games, a vintage bowling machine, pool tables, and dart boards. Derek Wilson, formerly of Great Lakes Brewing Company, heads the kitchen. In addition to the signature headwiches, a staple at the Pittsburgh Saloon, Wilson added stone oven pizzas, smoke house wings, and pulled pork to the menu.
Fat Head's Brewery opened in March, 2012 in a warehouse in Middleburg Heights, Ohio. The production brewery supplies beer for the Fat Head's restaurants in Pittsburgh and North Olmsted, as well as bottles and kegs for distributes. As of 2013, the brewery has a BrauKon brewhouse that was purchased from Tröegs Brewing Company. A tasting room and retail shop opened on October 18, 2013.
Fat Head's opened in the Pearl District of Portland, Oregon on November 3, 2014. In 2018, the location changed owners and became Von Ebert Brewing, a Portland-based company. The brewpub had 278 seats throughout the bar and dining room and 42 rotating tap hands that served beers from Fat Head's as well as guest breweries. The brewery featured a 10-barrel JVNW brewhouse with 13 fermentors and 12 bright tanks. Matt Cole was the brewmaster, with Eric Van Tassel who served as the head brewer. They served Fat Head's signature beers, including Bumble Berry Honey Blueberry Ale and Head Hunter IPA, as well as some of their own creations, including Zoobomb Dortmunder and Ultra Pils North German-Stlyle Pilsner.
Tastings are available to book through our online reservation system (Tock). 4 x 1oz pours for $25/person. If the group is having more than 4 flights, each flight must be the same, please email email@example.com to book parties larger than 4 people.
Traditional German styled wheat beer served unfiltered. Hazy straw colored beer that hints at banana and clove complexity as all Hefe Weizens do. This thirst quencher drinks so easy it may fog your goggles.
HiSounds great as I am a beer drinker but unfortunately it seems to whack on the weight. I live in UKI Northern NSW (Near Murwillumbah) and was wondering if I can get this local or maybe buy it from you at the brewery.Please let me knowGary Hughes
Hi guys, im from Brisbane and this beer was being promoted at my local Dan Murphys liquor outlet, i tasted a sample in store and liked it and bought a six pack, i have now had 4 lol, i belive it has quite a good taste, nothing to write home about though.
Made by hand specifically to fit even the biggest of heads, this bucket hat is truly one-one of a kind AND one size fits all. As a big-headed lady myself, I've struggled to find a cool hat or two that could fit my big brain. So I just made one myself!
I sooo loved my Big head of my son! I was very pleased with the shipping and date of arrival it got here right on time for his first home game! He definitely feels the support when he sees us out on the bleachers with his Big Head. Got so many compliments. Will definitely be ordering more in the future.
Whiteboard - Dry Erase: Using 2 people made installation almost seamless, per Fathead's advice. This has made our workspace so versatile & didn't have to make room for anything! Wipes clean easier & faster than any regular dry erase board I have used!
The Burleigh Brewing Company was born in 2006, pioneering the craft beer movement on the Gold Coast, Australia. After 10 years of steady growth, the locally grown company had to move into a larger premises and now produces 9 specialty beers. Every step of the brewing process from brewing to packaging is completed onsite, nothing is outsourced. Located not too far from where I live, this is a brewery and local company that I am pleased to support.
So after reading the hype and really enjoying many other beers from this local craft brewer, I thought that I would give this one a try..... I now wish I hadn't. Zero carbs and 88 calories could make this a dietitian's beer. It is very weak in colour, reminds me of your standard American beer rather than an Australian beer. It tastes a bit like beer and has some flavours if you think hard about drinking it. It could be a genuine weight loss beer as I couldn't bring myself to drink more than two stubbies of this crap.If you just want a reasonable light lager, go for your standard macro White Stag, XXXX Gold, Cascade Light, etc. I can assure you they are much, much better value, and taste a whole lot better than this version.
I always like to support local businesses, however, I recommend staying well away from this beer. Any other beer from this company is worth spending your hard earned cash on, but the rest of the six-pack from this purchase will be used to clean the BBQ!
That's pretty much right - and awful beer, it is genuinely like drinking water, it so unmemorable. Which is a shame, because as you say the rest of their beers are very good, Hef is best wheat beer brewed in Australia by a long long way. and Figjam is a great IPA.
Just as Riedel have designed a different type of wine-glass for every conceivable grape combination, then particular beers are best suited to different receptacles. Our beer-glasses are bespoke, exclusively designed and manufactured in Prague, for Bohem. They are the best way of drinking lager.
The pictures above are of that glassware, with the distinctive foam which really enhances the flavor of the beer. They can be found at partner bars and pubs who request them, at our tap-room, and at our brewery.
New Belgium, known for its Fat Tire Amber Ale, is the fourth-largest independent beermaker in the U.S. and the 11th largest brewer overall, according to 2018 data from the Brewers Association. The brewery is owned by its more than 700 employees and has distribution in all 50 U.S. states.
The brewery is among the most iconic in the country, and was one the firms at the forefront of the scene as craft beer went from basement hobby to serious business. A team of then-husband-and-wife Jeff Lebesch and Kim Jordan founded the brewery in 1991, seeking to expose American consumers to the varied tastes of Belgian beers experienced during a bike trip through the country.
But while there were only around 300 breweries in the U.S. at that time, the number of beermakers has surged in the past three decades, with almost 7,500 operating in the U.S. as of 2018. The now-mature customer base has rapidly changing tastes and a penchant for new fads.
Fat Tire was born on a bike. When our co-founder pedaled his way through Europe, sampling beer along the way, the tires on his mountain bike garnered glances and comments that inspired the name of a craft beer icon. The flavor profiles he discovered on that ride sparked the recipe for a beer he would begin to brew in his Colorado basement.
Fat Tire's unique flavor profile originates from 1930s Belgium. During this era, small breweries began offering easy-drinking beer crafted with signature Belgian yeast in order to satisfy the tastes of visiting British soldiers. Today, Fat Tire blends a subtle malt presence with a slightly fruity hop profile and crisp finish, to create a bright and balanced beer that drinks easy, anywhere. 781b155fdc