The
Brewery

Core Range

We try to express what nature gives us, using all ingredients to the right measure. Our beers contain no additives, they are unpasteurised and have a life of their own.

They evolve with time and will always surprise your senses and emotions. Everything you will eat and drink at Frenchies is made in-house with fresh and whole ingredients.

Seasonal Range

At Frenchies we deliver a produce-driven cuisine, showcasing true modern French bistronomy. We work closely with a handful of local producers, farmers, fishermen and providers.

Those intense relationships allow us to always cook with what is best in season. Our house brews go beyond the limits of beer categories an styles.

Our Beers

Beers for food and friends.

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Draught

Our everyday smasher is clean with a delicate hoppiness from the noble French hop Strisselspalt. This draught is perfectly balanced, like your love for footy and great food. This beer will accompany you everywhere. "Beer for food & Friends"
$7
330 ml
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Malt: Pale, Vienna, Wheat
French Hops: Perle, Strisselspalt
ABV  4.8%
EBC  7
IBU  25

Best with seafood, pork rillettes, white meats, semi hard cheese (Comté, Cantal) and brined cheese

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Blanche

Blanche means white in French and this is also how we call our wheat beers. We like them very pale, cloudy and fragrant with round citrus flavours. We use a traditional blend of botanicals including Bergamot bark, Mandarin peel, Coriander seeds and Juniper along with 2 different yeast strains (Hefeweizen and Witbier) for an exceptional mixed fermentation. The result is the vibrant marriage of banana and clove flavours from one yeast, the zesty lemon flavours from the 2nd yeast and the round citrus aromas from the botanicals. "Beer for food and friend"
$7
330 ml
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Malt: Perle, Wakatu
Botanicals: Bergamot, mandarin, coriander & juniper
NSW Hops: Winter wheat & Atlas Malt
ABV  4.8%
EBC  5
IBU  20

Best with mussels, coquillages et crustacées.

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Pale Ale

Wetter than your first French kiss and brewed with more tongue-in-cheek, this passionate pale ale is dry hopped with the freshest French hops from the Alsace region. This beauty shows off colourful flavours of citrus and spring flowers. And should you keep faithful, she will keep blossoming night and day. "Beer for food & Friends"
$7
330 ml
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Malt: Ale, Caramel & Crystal
French Hops: Latest Experimental Hops
ABV  5.4%
EBC  16
IBU  45

Best with red meat, smoked charcuterie, venison, cured meat and washed rind cheese

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Oceanna’s Saison

Pouring a delicate pink hue, this French saison greets you with a distinct allure of fresh raspberries on the nose. The palate is a beautiful balance of sweet, tart, and fruitiness. The tartness from the raspberries and saison yeast leaves a soft, dry after taste that is deliciously refreshing.
$8
330 ml
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Malt: Pale, Oats, Wheat
Hops: East Kent Golding
ABV  3.5%
EBC  3
IBU  10

Best with trout and witlof salad, ceviche, lemon tart.

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Astrolabe

Malty, complex and enticing, this Biere de Garde pours a deep ruby colour. The nose is fruity and spicy. On the palate, the lean body allows the strength of the malt to shine with freshly toasted bread crust tones, caramelised dark stone fruit, spice and red berries. The finish is long and dry. "Beer for food & Friends"
$9
330 ml
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Malt: Pale, Munich, Wheat
French Hops: Barbe Rouge
ABV  7.4%
EBC  35
IBU  25

Best with Rabbit stews, Blue cheese, Welsh rabbit (caws-wedi-pobi). The juicy maltiness is calling for hearty dishes with loads of sauce.

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Brutus

This celebration ale is sparkly with an intense Pinot Gris character, lifted by distinctive gooseberry and tropical aromas. The finish is dry, lingering and smooth.
$11
330 ml
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Malt: Pale, Oats, Maize
Hops:Hallertau Blanc
ABV  8.5%
EBC  10
IBU  7

Best instead of champagne!

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Laperouse

Malty, complex and refreshing, this biere de garde pours a light gold colour with notes of fresh baguette, white stone fruit and spice. The lean body allows the smoothness of the malt to shine, finishing dry and with a subtle fruit note. "Beer for food and friend"
$11
330 ml
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Malt: Pale, Vienna, Wheat & Abbey
Hops: Saaz, Hallertau Mittelfruh
ABV  7.2%
EBC  10
IBU  27

Best with white fish in sauce, pan fried pork cutlets, bloomy rind cheese, Welsh rabbit. With Biere de garde most specialities from northern France will work!

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Triple Verhaegen

Brewed with both malted and unmalted grains, this Belgian style triple is complex in every sip. The nose has soft sweet notes of Belgian candied sugar, caramel, and Christmas dates. The body is a beautiful balance of malts, hops, and sugars which dangerously masks this beer's 9.7% punch.
$13
330 ml
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Malt: Pale malt, oat malt, wheat malt, rye malt, abbey malt, flaked barley, flaked oats, flaked wheat, flaked rye
Hops: Saaz, East Kent Golding
ABV  9.7%
EBC  12
IBU  35

Best with truffled foie gras, Blue cheese, baba au rum.

Want to buy Frenchies Beers?

Simply get in touch with our distributor, bidbeer!

Their friendly and efficient team will assist with your request.

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All our beers are brewed and packed in-house. We develop French beer styles that fit our cuisine and all celebrations!
Our brews go beyond the limits of beer categories and styles. We try to express what nature gives us, using all ingredients to the right measure.
Our beers contain no additives, they are unpasteurised and have a life of their own. They evolve with time and will always surprise your senses and emotions.

The Head Brewer

Vincent De Soyres

Vincent De Soyres

Head Brewer and Co-Founder, Vincent De Soyres started in the brewing industry in Lyon, France at the Ninkasi Brewery. Upon moving to Australia, Vincent brewed for the Little Brewing Co. in Port Macquarie, before becoming Head Brewer at the Flat Rock Brew Café in Naremburn.

“I am always excited to discover new things, but what I love the most is being able to share these discoveries and my passions with others. There is nothing better than enjoying a great time, and all the good things in life, with anyone that is willing to appreciate them as much as I do.”