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Rocks Brewing Co started in 2008. Now, after six years of being the quintessential Australian gypsy brewers, we have opened our own state-of-the-art brewery in the Sydney suburb of Alexandria. The once solely industrial area, is at the forefront of the Sydney culinary scene and the perfect home for our craft beers, our new brewery and our Brewery Bar restaurant.

Hangman Pale Ale

The Hangman is a big, brash American-style Pale Ale that features a huge hit of citrus and stone fruit hop notes on the nose. Brewed with American Ale yeast and a solid malt backbone – Crystal and Carapils to be exact – The Hangman showcases Mosaic, Centennial and Cascade hops, with plenty thrown late in the kettle for extra flavour.

House Kolsch Ale

A style with origins in Germany sharing similar characteristic, to the German Lager. The Rocks Kolsch pours pale straw, has a hint of fruit on the nose from the selected Kolsch yeast strain, while being fermented at a cooler temperature providing the beer with a clean and crisp finish. With moderate bitterness this Kolsch doesn’t leave much lingering in the mouth, it’s a perfect sessionable beer

Governor Golden Ale

“THE GOVERNOR GOLDEN ALE Brewed with Australian ale malt, along with Wheat and Crystal malts, The Governor is the perfect Friday night knock-off beer. The use of all new Australian hop varieties Topaz and Galaxy, along with the classic American hop variety, Amarillo. gives The Governor aromas of citrus and stone fruit on the nose. Actually, with its refreshing, light bitterness, this Golden Ale is the perfect anytime beer.”

Barrel Aged Porter

Conviction Scotch Ale

“The Scotch ale is a thick, malt driven beer with biscuit and toffee flavors; and a smoked finish. This beer style, also known as a “wee heavy, originated in Scotland and is famous for its sweetness and high alcohol content. It has a hard working malt bill; based with Maris Otter and other specialty malts including Dark Crystal, Amber, Munich and Smoked Cherry malt. 8.5% abv “