This cloudy little number is an all-rounder, easy-to-drink pale that sits in the Blackman’s range as one of their more sessionable, “good times brah” kind of drinks. It had a heavy wheat flavour which was nice and very unique.
A lot like the rest of the range from this Torquay-based brewery, it’s nice and easy, refreshing and something you’re definitely heading back for.
And I love the can designs. Like the entire Blackman’s range I tried, a jet black can with small imagery on the top of the can looks great and contrasts well against the matte colours of most of the core range. This can features a neat little graphic of a vinyl record, old-style microphone and some peacock feathers.
I can tell if I really like a can’s design if I’ve kept it more than a week after drinking it. The range of Blackman’s cans will eventually find their way to the ManSpace offices where they can join the hall of fame of bottle designs.