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Big Shed Brewing concern
By : Beer Adelaide
March 2015
Big Shed Brewing Concern is a new brewery in Western Suburbs of Adelaide. The company purchased a brand new 1000 Litre brewery from China in 2013. The brewery was operational and brewing by early 2014. F'Yeah was one of the debut brews for the brewery and along with FRANKENBrown has become the breweries flagship beers.

Initially only available on draught, F'Yeah is now available in longneck bottles through select bottle shops mainly in SA & NSW and online, as well as on draught at select hotels in SA & NSW

Style - American Pale Ale
Strength - 5.5%
Size - 640mL
Colour - Amber
Aroma - Malt Biscuits with citrus and hint of pine needles.
Malt - Nice malt flavours with a hint of sweetness.
Hops - A balanced bitterness, that slowly builds on the palate,
nice pine and citrus.
Overall Taste - A nice balance of malt and hop flavours.
Overall - A good Pale Ale with some nice malt flavour, good to see a brewery also look at malt when brewing a pale ale, some breweries neglect the maltiness of pale ales.



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