BEER LABEL ILLUSTRATION
Like Durban, The Bird is easy as sun, surf and seagulls, with a twist of screw you. This light, refined lager is named after one of its makers, and after the way, it gives commercial lager the finger when it comes to colour, flavour and taste.
Playing tribute to the light lagers popular in German craft breweries, The Bird Lager uses a classic cold-fermenting lager yeast during fermentation. The beer is then left to clear and mature (lager) at around one to five degrees Celsius for up to six weeks.