The Australia-based Something Wild Beverages is set to launch a new wattleseed lager in order to focus more closely on indigenous ingredients that are more sustainable for use in products. The lager has been created in collaboration with the Mismatch Brewing Company and is reported to have a clean, crisp flavor with finishing notes of toasted peanuts and honey.
Explaining the new lager, managing director for Something Wild Beverages, Daniel Motlop, said, "As an Indigenous-owned company it’s great to be able to come home and show people how we’re shaking up the Australian food and beverage industry. By working with traditional landowners we can create opportunities and outcomes for the indigenous communities who not only harvest products, but also hold a wealth of knowledge about how to use them."
The wattleseed lager will be officially launched on July 4.
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Something Wild Beverages is Launching a New Wattleseed Lager
- By: Michael HemsworthJun 27, 2017