Molly Rose Brewing Beaming

Molly Rose Brewing

Published November 19, 2019

Why Beaming? Because, according to the man behind the beer, this is an IPA designed to be drunk from an esky in the sunshine in a park or at the beach. Smaller, paler and leaner than the Shoulders Of Giants IPA released at the same time, it features local hop Ella alongside a quintet of popular (and, for the most part, fruity and citrusy) American varieties.

It reminds me of IPAs of the Thornbridge Jaipur / 3 Ravens New World IPA ilk: light and lean, with plenty of bitey, pithy, and champagne like drying bitterness underpinning the sweetened grapefruit and sharper lemon citrus aromas, plus flavours that touch upon mandarin and pineapple. A park / beach quaffer for those looking for more punch than an XPA or summer ale.

James Smith

Molly Rose Brewing

279 Wellington Street
VIC 3066

Open Hours

Wed & Thurs: 4pm to 10pm
Fri & Sat: midday to 1am
Sunday: midday to 10pm