Much like its namesake bar (and the individual who spawned the bar’s name), Stingrays Draught is a little left of centre. Sure, the beer inside may be straightforward enough but it represents a different look and feel when compared with the broader Bodriggy family; the idea being that this is a beer to be grabbed by the case and enjoyed straight from the tin.
As a bit of a play for the mainstream lager drinker's attention, it hits the mark well, pouring a glistening gold with a bright and white head of foam. Dig into it and you’ll find a soft bitterness and some floral and spicy notes but, at the same time, maybe don’t dig into it too much. After all, it's meant to be drunk ice cold in the sun or, alternatively, enjoyed at the "bougie bogan" hangout that is Stingrays Upstairs.
Published July 8, 2021 2021-07-08 00:00:00