By Adrian Thomas

The Royal Mail Hotel and The Temple Brewing Company, have joined forces in a Victorian alliance to create a new craft beer.

The Royal Mail Hotel located in Dunkeld, just south of the Grampian National Park in Victoria is continually looking to strengthen alliances with local businesses’ within the region. 

Newly appointed general manger of Royal Mail Hotel, Carl Forrest said: “We are so lucky to be located within a region that is rich in local wine, produce and passionate business people.”

“Our aim is to nurture and promote these businesses in ways that also enhance our own visitor offering.”

The new beer is a wheat beer which was created by Temple’s Head Brewer Glen Harrison and uses fresh produce such as Lemon Verbena and Pink Peppercorns sourced from the Royal Mail Hotel’s garden.

The beer is based on a Belgian style Witbier, known for its opaque colour and crisp wheat flavour. 

The new brew is the first of a series of seasonal beers to be offered by the new alliance, exclusively available on-tap at Royal Mail Hotel and Temple Brewing Company.

The Shout Team

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