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After a decade of offering our core range in bottles, we have finally made the change and have moved the whole range to 375ml cans. Whilst most will say “it’s about bloody time”, we know that we have disappointed some. Please be assured that the beer recipes remain the same, and our love for a beer in glass still remains.

However, following our 10 year survey and general market dynamics, a change was in the air.

Can you believe it?

Musician Beck might’ve been on the mark at the time with his lyrics: Bottles and cans, just clap your hands. However, these days it seems we’re only clapping our hands for cans.

We finally ended our ten-year love affair with beer in bottles and launched a fresh new look + our core craft range in 375ml cans.

We figured, it’s about bloody time! While the packaging has changed, we’re not changing the recipe of the beers – they’re the same great beers you know and love.

We’ve spent a decade getting the brew just right, and we’re proud of these beers – they are bloody delicious, and cans are a fresh new way to enjoy our beers.

Our core range of Summer Ale, Pale Ale and Sunset Ale are now available in 375ml cans.

If you’re a Taco Beer fan (and we know there are plenty of you), you needn’t worry; the new release 330ml cans are just weeks away and will be launched under the range name Beers with a Twist.

We’re also adding a new beer to our Beers with a Twist range – we’ve adopted The Gatherer from our sibling brand Stone & Wood. The watermelon, cucumber and mint beer is now brewed and canned our Spotswood home.