Beer from the North West
Buttons Brewing is a family owned Brewery producing small batch beers for the people of Tasmania’s North West. Not only do we do tasty beers, but we serve them at our own Bar and Restaurant, along with burgers, pizzas, live music and laughter every weekend. Any Wharf related enquiries can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Wharf Bar and Restaurant
3 Wharf Rd, Ulverstone, TAS
Since December 2019 we have been providing burgers and beers for the people of Ulverstone and visitors from all over.
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We produce 6 beers in our core range;
Hazard Pale Ale 5% – Named after our Kingswood Ute, Hazard is an American style Pale Ale with a uteload of Australian Hops. We use Cascade and Vic Secret hops during the boil, as well as a dry addition post-ferment. A generous amount of crystal malt is used in the mash to provide a malt sweetness, as well as an attractive amber colour.
North-West Draught 4.7% – A German style ale with an Australian twist. NW Draught is a refreshing beer, brewed with Vic Secret hops as a single whirlpool addition. We use a good amount of wheat malt in this recipe to add body to the final product.
Clocktown Brown Ale 5.5% – Named after the clocktower shrine in Ulverstone, our Brown Ale is dark and malty, but still very sessionable. We use 6.3% chocolate malt to add a deep brown colour and that delicious chocolate malt flavour. This is balanced by a solid bitterness provided by Cascade and Columbus hops early in the boil.
Xtra Button XPA 4.6% – An Extra Pale Ale, meaning light in colour but not in flavour. Our XPA is packed with the Australian hop varieties Galaxy and Enigma, which provide a recognisable flavour for the hop fanatic. Our XPA is created using pale, munich and wheat malt, to provide a subtle malt backbone.
Wilderness IPA 6% – A big and bold West Coast style IPA (India Pale Ale). This beer is full of hop flavour, but balanced with a malt sweetness and bitterness, just the way a good west coast IPA should be. We use pale, wheat, crystal and munich malt to develop a strong malt base, then hop it generously with Cascade, Amarillo and Mosaic late in the boil, and as a dry addition post-ferment.
Short Street Lager 3.5% – Our lager is a refreshing, sessionable drop, light in flavour and alcohol content. We use 50:50 Pilsner and Vienna malt, and a single bittering addition of Hallertau hops. We don’t like to over complicate this beer. It is a beery beer.