Bodriggy launches new seltzer range
Collingwood’s Bodriggy Brewing Co. has launched a brand-new seltzer range called Iggy. Currently available in two flavours: White Peach and Cherry, as well as Passionfruit, Pineapple and Mango, both seltzers are made with fresh fruits, boasting refreshing flavours perfect for a summer’s day. The Bodriggy team will be celebrating the launch by surprising picnic goers across Melbourne with free Iggy seltzers next week. If the sun’s out, visit Bodriggy socials to find out how to findIggy at a park near you.
The quirky can features unique 90s mosaicand motif designs by artist Mathis Burmeister. Iggy is a proud homage to the inner north lifestyle to be enjoyed in reverie: It’s No Biggy With An Iggy.
Perfect for a picnic, barbecue or courtyard tipple, escape with Iggy and enjoy the delicious low calorie and low gluten burst of flavours from the juiciest and most plump fruit.
Bodriggy’s Pete Walsh said: “We have always really enjoyed making fruited beer so applying some of those principles to Iggy Seltzer was heaps of fun. It’s really important for us at Bodriggy to be as inclusive as possible and we realise beer isn’t for everyone. Having a gluten free low calorie option means that our customers who maybe were not into beer could still enjoy a product that was conceived, brewed and packaged at Bodriggy.”
The new Iggy range is available nowat Bodriggy’s Froff Shop, online shop and local retailers.
In other exciting news, Bodriggy’s Brewpub will be reopening for outdoor drinking and dining from Monday 25 October (or earlier if restrictions allow – no bookings required). Indoor dining bookings are now open for 5 November onward, and both indoor and outdoor dining will require a double dose Covid-19 vaccination certificate. The Bodo team can’t wait to welcome back patrons to enjoy plenty of froffies.
Bodriggy Brewing Co. is the brainchild of Dr Morse owners Jon Costelloe, Anthony Daniel and Pete Walsh, featuring a huge bar with 64 taps pouring craft beers, wine and cocktails, and a dining area serving up delicious Latin American fare by chef John Dominguez. Guests can expect live music and DJs, offering so much more than a typical brewery.