In the heart of the Margaret River, surrounded by vines and red-handed winemakers, what better way to celebrate the end of vintage than blending our traditional kettle-soured Berliner weisse with local shiraz grapes sourced with the help of LS Merchants from Celestial Bay vineyard over on Metricup Road. Perfectly ripe and bursting with intense varietal flavour, the grapes have balanced the delicate lemony, lactic sourness of the beer and added a wonderful depth of flavour. It’s a feast for all the senses with a brilliant deep pink colour, a tangy sourness and a complex, tannic earthiness.
Created as a three way collab, this brew is a once a year showcase of Beerfarm’s ability to adapt, innovate and bust out something truly unique and exciting with both LS Merchants and Silly Pear adding an extra dimension to the project.
LS Merchants is the brainchild of winemaker Dylan Arvidson and his partner in life and business Taryn Hogan. Working across the globe on multiple continents, Dylan and Taryn have now been settled in Margaret River with the aim to consistently deliver interesting and thought provoking wines while keeping true to their old world inspirations and having a bloody good time doing it.
Fruit is sourced from passionate people, from vineyards with favourable conditions for where an emphasis on sustainable farming/viticulture is implemented (ie. No/minimal pesticide or herbicide use). Their aim is to have fun making interesting styles of wine, explore the different sub-regions of South West WA, throw a dinner party here and there and get involved with other people pushing the realms of wine and food… hence why we love working with them.
Check out more on LS Merchants here.
Silly Pear, The man behind this particular can design, has been involved with Beerfarm since the beginning adding his epic artwork and colourful style to Beerfarm throughout their range of collab T-shirts and notably funking up the back bar you’d be hard to miss at the brewery itself. Silly Pear runs his own print shop out of Sydney but is much more than just a T-shirt company having morphed into a design hub offering illustration, design, creative direction, branding and screen printing service. Silly Pear is your alternative to generic design.
Doin it for the love since 08, check out more about Silly Pear here.
Having these legends on board, Beerfarm let em loose to flex their muscles to bring this seasonal to life.
Check out The Shirazzaweiss Tasting Notes under the Seasonal Releases here.
We’re making some changes to our beloved IPA and IPL… well, their cans at least. Both beers that started as […]
On Friday night, magic happened at the Beerfarm. Designers, artists, creators, jewellery makers, fashionistas, and foodies all gathered together on […]
Unless you’ve been cut off from civilisation due to filming the most recent season of Survivor, you’ve no doubt […]
It’s been just over a year since we made our first exploratory trip to the not too distant land of […]
On Saturday, 27th of October, Beerfarm hosted it’s first ever comedy night on the Farm, ‘Laughs and Draughts’, and it […]
The ties between agriculture and the beloved nectar we call beer date back to the beginning of human history. No […]
The reality of living in the south-west during winter can hit home hard to residents and businesses alike as temperatures […]
The moon was exceptionally high and clear on Friday, the 22nd of June, and as the Southern Hemisphere was coming […]
Beerfarm drops the clutch and throws dust, in collaboration with LAMP to support regional mental health issues, while promoting the […]
Words by Bob Garnant of The Countryman, The West Australian. The Beerfarm Rodeo produced some heroes in front of […]
The Relationship The story behind the relationship of Rocky Ridge and Beerfarm starts simply with a postcode, two farm breweries […]
MRCCI and Nature Conservation Margaret River Region‘s second annual environment celebration last Thursday was another huge success with over 100 […]
Beerfarm Good Times from Beerfarm on Vimeo. On April 16th 2017 – Over 3000 people showed up to soak up […]
Much has been brewing three hours south of Perth in what is increasingly turning into the Margaret River beer region. […]
What an epic night! Were we so stoked to see thousands of you descend on the Beerfarm to come and […]