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 NEW IN 2019
  OneMile Brewery - Bardy and Stu
As keen home-brewers, Stu and Bardy experimented with brewing all kinds of beers, including wheat beers, pale ales
and stouts. They have since developed their own commercial micro-brewery, and have transformed One Mile Brewery from a hobby to a business. Hear about their story and their beers before heading to the bar to taste them for yourself.
Pincha Salt
Pincha Salt are all about flavour. They create artisanal salt blends from seasonings and spices, striving to source local first. In the Northern Terrtitory they are able to source Chilli, Native Basil, Rosella, Kaffir Lime, Lemongrass and the vitamin packed Kakadu Plum to create their salt blends.
Red Devil Lager
This bush tucker brew is a first for Central Australia and they invite you to try their smooth and refreshing lager infused with their native peach (Quondong) sourced from the Australian Outback. This beer is a tribute to the Thorny Devil, one of Central Australia’s great iconic characters. These small thorny reptiles can amazingly convey fluids to their mouths just by touching it with any part of their limbs. We think this is the best pub trick ever!
Something Wild
Something Wild are a bushfood company owned by Daniel Motlop who have partnered with Fleurieu Milk Company to create Indigenous flavoured yoghurts. The first - Kakadu Plum flavoured - was created using the ‘mi mirrarl’ (Kakadu Plums) harvested in Wadeye, NT. The company has since created additional flavours including Quandong, Muntrie and Davidson Plum.
Territory Natural Resource Management
Territory Natural Resource Management (TNRM) supports sustainable practice on farm and in our oceans and projects around the production of bushfoods and their sustainable harvests as well as wildlife and biodiversity enterprises.
Tou Garden Mango Farm
Tou’s Garden began humbly in 1993 on a rundown mango farm at Howard Springs. The first harvest was undertaken by the owners with a wheelbarrow, single picking stick, and two guard dogs looking on. The current plantings of 35,000 trees comprise of Kensington Pride mango trees, R2E2 mangoes, Nam Doc Mai Trees, Haha chanook mango trees and Tahitian lime trees.

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