Tasmanian Brewery Moo Brew has introduced a fifth core product into their range.
The Belgo (Bell-jo) is light bodied, finishes dry and presents with a bright copper colour. The lively aromatics are a seamless integration of yeast and hop character creating notes of pepper and stone fruit. A delicately textured malt background balances the Belgian yeast tartness and snappy hop bitterness.
‘Craft beer drinkers love high alcohol and excessively bitter beers, and we have decided to focus on neither. Belgo delivers texture and flavor, without the super-hero attitude, so you can drink more than one’, says Head Brewer Owen Johnston.
In keeping with Moo Brew’s artistic labels, John Kelly’s Cowboy is used as the bottle label. Kelly’s Cowboy is the 6th and final artwork in Moo Brew’s collection.
Moo Brew is Tasmania’s largest locally owned and operated brewery with a range of beers which now includes Pale Ale, Pilsner, Hefeweizen, Dark Ale, Belgo and an extensive range of seasonal releases.