Stout lovers weep no more - the Mud is back, and it's better than
Gary has been busy brewing the imperial stout the past few months and
finally we have our old love back with us again. No more shall we see the
woe on people's faces when they hear those horrifying words - "We've sold
out". Rejoice beer lovers for the return of the Mud, the
original reason why people stayed for the beer!
The legend of Mudgee Mud was born at the Federal Brewery, which
produced export quality beer in Mudgee from 1891 to 1956. They
originally used water from a local well, but when town water was
introduced, the beer quality deteriorated. Sediment was left in the
bottles, inspiring the nickname, "Mudgee Mud."
The issue was eventually resolved, the quality restored and the brewery
was producing up to 4,500 litres of Mud a week to quench the thirst of
both locals and travellers from afar.
This Imperial Stout celebrates the legend. Mudgee Mud is a rich
and smooth stout which boasts hints of aniseed and liquorice
undertones. Topped off with a creamy head this stout revives the
legends of brewing in Mudgee.
Enjoy a schooner of the muddy stuff before it goes again!
1 Comment Posted
Home Brew Supplies | Oxenford & Nerang Brewing | Friday, 6 October 2017 1:41:16 AM
Is good to know that the favorite beer of my father "The Mud" is back and it's more improved now.