WHITE RABBIT DARK ALE
Most people, without a deeper knowledge of dark ales, would assume they are best enjoyed in a cosy pub during the depths of winter, preferably in front of a roaring fire. White Rabbit Dark Ale challenges this assumption, and is the perfect example of a beer that is dark but sessionable, and light enough to be enjoyed as the temperature rises.
In fact, White Rabbit Dark Ale was first brewed during the intense Victorian bushfires of 2009, and offered discerning drinkers a relatively dry palate that was not overpoweringly roasty or hoppy. The common association that dark ales have high-alcohol, sweet and heavy characteristics is not evident here, making White Rabbit Dark Ale an ideal entry point for those who are ready to enjoy their first sip of a darker beer.