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Froth Craft brewery

 

 
 

*Closed Mondays and Tuesdays in January and February 2019.*

Froth Craft Brewery is Exmouth, W.A's favourite new award winning family-friendly restaurant/micro-brewery/live music venue.

Photos by Marie-josee arsenault / Littlewave photography

 

Restaurant/micro-brewery/live music venue with a kitchen serving up delicious local produce, bar pouring artisan craft beer brewed on-site and a cafe grinding out great coffee.

2017 Best Start-Up Business award winner at the Western Australian Regional Business awards. 2018 winner of Best Cafe, Restaurant, Pub at the Gascoyne Regional Business Awards. 2018 winner of Tourism Initiative award at the Australian Hotels Association & AON Hospitality Awards for Excellence.

 

Phone

(08) 9949 1451

 

Location

5 Kennedy St
Exmouth, 
WA, Australia 6707

 

Hours

Wednesday - Sunday :

11am to late

 

 
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THE FOUR TRUSTY FROTH STALWARTS: KÖLSCH, AMBER, PALE & I.P.A

Koa Kölsch

ABV 4.7%

IBU 15

Originating from Cologne, Germany, Kölsch is one of the lightest of the Ale type beers. Froth Craft’s Koa Kölsch adheres to its European heritage using German Pilsner Malt as the primary grain base and the German hop Tettnang delivering the citrus taste and aroma. This brew is a perfect introduction into the artisan beer world. Light, clean and crisp, Koa Kölsch drinks like a lager to quench that thirst after an epic day on the Ningaloo. 

Little Phete Amber Ale

ABV 3.4%

IBU 27

Malt, Malt and more Malt!! This Amber Ale celebrates the grain. To reach our goal of brewing a mid strength beer packed with flavor and body, we used a variety of specialty grains that together, could bring to life the magnificence of malt. Little Phete Amber Ale’s malt base highlights the biscuit, nut and toast tastes, brewed to shimmer pindan red like the Pilbara’s sun scorched earth. Centennial and Williamette hops were used to balance out the sweetness of the malt ensuring a refreshing, full-bodied mid strength craft beer. 

Nor’Esther Pale Ale

ABV 5.3%

IBU 37

This classic Pale Ale pays homage to Exmouth’s Australian and American heritage. The Nor’Esther Pale Ale grain base uses Australian Pale Ale malt and the flavor is driven by four iconic American Hops; Cascade, Amarillo, Simcoe and Citra. This well-balanced, medium bodied pale ale has the vibrant fruity aroma of stone fruit and melon while being backed by a clean bitterness to leave your palate refreshed and wanting more. This Exmouth classic has proven to be the favourite from our Frothers and Frothettes!! 

You’re Driving IPA

ABV 6.2%

IBU 54

Hopheads unite!! You’re Driving IPA is an extremely hop forward ale that packs a punch. If you plan on having more than one, you’ll have to say to your mate…“You’re driving!”  Loaded with Columbus, Chinook, Centennial, Cascade, and Simcoe hops during the brewing process then dry hopped with them all again! This IPA has a huge resinous hop profile where essence of grapefruit and pine cement its roots as a new age India Pale Ale.

CURRENT SEASONALS

Strewth Summer Ale

A.B.V 4.7%

I.B.U 16

Brewed to glide down the goblet and quench thirsts after a long, hot summer’s day on W.A’s North West Cape. Using only Fortnight hops, this light ale is slightly bitter with a pineapple aroma finish. The malt bill is also simple with the majority being Pale malt, plus a touch of Caramalt and Carapils to balance the hops and provide some body. Froth’s Strewth Summer Ale is a sessionable ale that leaves you wanting more. It’s unpretentious and its claim to fame is eliciting the cry heard from Exmouth’s most stubborn non-craft beer drinkers when they try this: STREWTH!

Hopmouth X.P.A

A.B.V 4.7%

I.B.U 45

Holy Hopman! This little lassie has something special for you hop fans out there who’d like the laws to change so every night could be Late Night Hopping. This limited release has proved really popular and is brewed as a sessionable seasonal ale packed with a big hop punch.   Highlighted with Mosaic, Citra, Simcoe and Chinook hops, this beer has a huge amount of aroma hops (introduced at the end of the brewing process). Furthermore, we double down and dry hop it even more so there is no chance of any loss of hoppiness. Massive stone fruit and    citrus followed by a dry mouth feel. Hip, hop, hurray! Hop to it and find out why many think this is the secret to hoppiness!!