Where does it originate from?
Craig and Jason started out Brewing in 2002 in the Barossa in a big shed and fell in love with the craft.
They then decided to try and make this a full time job they took action and moved to their very own premises in Royal Park, South Australia.
FrankenBROWN is the first beer made and since then they have added a wide variety, including; F-Yeah, Californicator, Golden Stout Time.
FrankenBROWN 5.3% ABV
Initial taste has a bitterness softened by fruity hop tones and finishes with coffee biscuit joy
What it is best used for or paired with
Try it with a Big Sheds Burger Westside Massive with Dirty Fries – Beef Patty, Buffalo Bites, Franks hot sauce, Cheese, Extra Cheese, Pickle, Onion, Bacon, Extra Bacon, Lettuce, Tomato & Chutney (yyyeaahhh buddy)
Retail: $85 a carton (24 bottles)
Where to get it from
Distributors: Pretty much all good places stock Big Shed just to name a few NOLA, 2KW, Belair Fine Wines…..Or head to Big Shed Brewery (13/2 Brandwood St, Royal Park) and try a selection of their beers and food.
Overall Opinion and Review
Well most crafts beers are too rich and full of flavour and most people can only stomach a few. This American Brown Ale will surprise you unexpectedly.
With the hint of coffee the beer opens up and I think that’s the secret here it can be suited for either summer or winter because they are easy to drink and being 5.3% you wouldn’t realise it because it’s so smooth.
Another beer to look out for in this range is their Golden Stout Time but stock is limited!