Siren

Siren Craft Brew

Siren Craft Brew

About Siren Craft Brew

Who doesn’t like a good story? These folks are sound spinners of quality yarns when it comes to their beers, basing each one around mysterious sirens, luring and teasing the thirsty drinker with names such as Undercurrent, Soundwave, Liquid Mistress and Broken Dream. Siren’s aim is to draw you into their world where the qualities of beer can be approached with just as much care and appreciation as wine, inviting you to act on your curiosity and explore the diverse landscape that is craft beer. Personally, we’re big fans of their philosophy to carefully think through every stage of the process, and that their beer ‘…will be ready when it’s ready, not because it needs to get out the door.’

Hoppy Pils – Collaboration with Modern Times Brewing. With Modern Times over in the UK for festival season, Siren couldn’t pass up the opportunity to sneak a brew in! Metafiction uses a healthy proportion of both malted wheat and wheat flakes, along with Loral, Ella and Mandarina Bavaria hops – all finished with a touch of lime zest for an extra spark!

The name for Siren’s collaboration with Dry & Bitter stems from their mutual love of travel and oats! Both rolled and malted oats are used in the grist here, along with lactose for a nice creamy body. There’s a hefty dry hop of Ekuanot, Hallertau Blanc and Mandarina for gorgeous dank and fruity aromas.

Siren’s smoothie series gets sweet thanks to Brooklyn’s Other Half and 200kg of pure blossom honey. Smooth, rich and chewy with light grassy citrus aromas and lingering bitter finish.

This beer tastes too good for words. Just joking. Description coming soon.

Yu Lu is an intricate beer with layers of flavour that remain distinctive, yet work in perfect harmony. The name alludes to the mystical history of the humble tea leaf, which delivers subtle bergamot orange and lemon notes here, accentuated by the addition of lemon zest. The delicate hop high notes will leave your taste buds sparkling.

Spinning yarns of mystery behind the self-proclaimed femme fatale of amber ales, this beauty pours a deep red with roasted nut and spicy fruit aromas. She tastes slightly grassy, piney with light sweet fruit and smokiness & finishes with a full bodied dry bitterness that smooths out at the end.