Bigger, bolder and more intimidating than ever before…
TUSK DAY is nigh.
Terrorising his way from village to village this uncharitable beast consumes the souls of his victims leaving behind nothing but ashen ghost towns. If you’re lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the IIPA you will know he is without forgiveness.
The 10.8% IIPA will emerge into the wilderness FRIDAY 7th APRIL where he will be kegged and tapped to a few venues in Perth.
Whilst the WA villagers inflict their vengeance, the Feral crew work hard to ship fresh kegs across the nullabour in refrigerated trucks to ensure the East Coast get their share of the action.
TUSK DAY WA – Friday 7th April
THE BIRD Northbridge
OLD FAITHFUL | Perth CBD
PETITION | Perth CBD
CABOOSE | Mt Lawley
EL GROTTO | Scarborough
STRANGE COMPANY | Fremantle
SAIL AND ANCHOR | Fremantle
PERCY FLINT | Fremantle
CLANCY’S FISH PUB | Fremantle
FERAL BREWPUB | Swan Valley
Growler fills available | Limit 2L per person. Feral Growlers only.
TUSK DAY SA | Tuesday 11th April
NOLA BAR | Adelaide
GILBERT STREET HOTEL | Adelaide
TUSK DAY VIC | Tuesday 11th April
BOILERMAKER HOUSE | Melbourne
THE LOCAL TAPHOUSE | St Kilda
BEER DELUXE | Federation Square
ROYSTON HOTEL | Richmond
TUSK DAY SYDNEY | Wednesday 12th April
VESSEL | Sydney CBD
THE ROYAL ALBERT | Surry Hills
FOREST LODGE | Glebe
COLLAROY BEACH CLUB | Collaroy
THE UNION HOTEL | Newtown
SUNKISSED | Manly
THE LOCAL TAPHOUSE | Darlinghurst
BANKSTOWN SPORTS CLUB – BASEMENT BREWHOUSE | Bankstown
TUSK DAY NEWCASTLE | Thursday 13th April
THE GRAIN STORE | Newcastle
TUSK DAY ACT | Thursday 13th April
BREW NATION | Canberra
TUSK DAY QLD – Thursday 13th April
SACCHROMYCES BEER CAFE | South Brisbanse
Back in 2005, when you could barely find an American IPA brewed in Australia, we decided to release a mighty beer named TUSK. A massive 9.8% Imperial IPA that pushed the boundaries of what people considered drinkable at the time.
Deemed a menace to society, we coaxed Tusk into a deep sleep, hibernating for close to 6 years. Although distant in Brendan and Will’s mind, they waited long and patiently to release Tusk from his chamber of silence.
September 2013 Tusk awoke from his slumber. The ice age of domestic bland beer had started to melt and the people rejoiced welcoming Tusk with open mouths.
For too long the Australian community suffered from aged oxidised and imported versions of the heavily hopped style. It was time to push back. Reborn, we shipped the Imperial IPA across Australia promoting the ultimate in fresh Australian hand-crafted beer.
Now a bi-yearly release, our brewery team work hard to deliver the freshest Tusk from tank to kegs to glass all over Australia. He is kegged off and delivered fresh from the Swan Valley direct to a couple lucky venues across Perth, all in a day’s work. Whilst the folks of Perth squeal about sighing in delight, the Feral crew continue tirelessly to move the beer across the hot and dry Nulla-boar in refrigerated trucks to ensure our Eastern Coast friends enjoy a fresh drop of Tusk just days after being kegged.