OUR BEERS

OUR ETHOS

At Black Hops, we seriously love good beer! We love making it, we love packaging it, and we especially love drinking it. But most of all, we love that it brings together a community of beer-loving friends.

Black Hops Brewing started as 3 mates making beer and sharing everything they learned along the way. We believe we have built the best team in the industry, with a great work ethic and a passion for craft beer and the Black Hops brand.

CORE RANGE

Our core range beers have been built over time, tweaked on occasion and each each has it’s own story of how it got here.
All 8 beers plus our Ginger Cider are available year round at our 3 taprooms or via our online store and many of them can be found at Independent and major retailers nationwide. You can also locate Black Hops beers in your area using our beer finder Seek & Destroy.

LIMITED RELEASES

We release 6 major limited releases per year (bi-monthly) and include a mix of brand new beers and previously released crowd favourites.
We also brew a whole lot of small batch beers which are often only available in our taprooms and occasionly in small amounts in our online store. If you want to get your hands on some of these smaller releases, consider joining our beer club Home Guard.

FEATURED BEERS

GALACTIC SYMPHONY

Take your senses to the galaxy
with this 7% Hazy IPA.
Experience explosions of tropical
fruit flavours with notes of melon, pineapple and passionfruit.

CODE RED

A 6.2% classic American Red Ale.
Rich toffee malt body
and minimal yeast character.
Winner of the Champion IPA title at
RQFW Awards 2019 & 2022.

EAST COAST HAZE

Inspired by the East Coast Low weather pattern that hits the Gold Coast causing cyclone swell and world class waves. This refreshingly smooth hazy pale ale is a definite crowd pleaser at 4.5%. 

FOLLOW OUR JOURNEY

We have been openly sharing our craft beer journey since we brewed our first beer in 2014. If you’d like to get our updates, please jump on our email list below.

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