Burleigh Brewing Company
|Headquarters||17A Ern Harley Drive, Burleigh Heads, Queensland|
|Owner||Peta and Brennan Fielding|
Burleigh Brewing Company was established by Peta and Brennan Fielding in 2006, with the first beers brewed in May 2007, and the first beers released in August 2007. Fielding previously owned Brew Moon Hawaii in Waikiki, worked for the Oxford Brewing Company in Brisbane and helped established Moo Brew in Hobart.
- Duke Helles (3.5% alc/vol), a European style lager.
- Duke Premium Lager (4.8% alc/vol)
- Big Head (4.2% alc/vol)
- 28 Pale Ale (4.8% alc/vol), an American style pale ale.
- HEF (5.0% alc/vol), a German-style, unfiltered hefeweizen (wheat beer).
- My Wife's Bitter (4.8% alc/vol), a classic English Bitter brewed with English specialty malts.
- Figjam IPA (7.0% alc/vol)
In 2013 the Burleigh Brewing Company were named the 2013 Telstra Queensland Business of the Year.
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