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Where to get yours

The packs will hit:

Sydney from Thursday 28th of June and greater NSW in the following days.

VIC/QLD from Thursday 5th of July.

SA and WA from 15th July.

More locations to come!



Online for Nation Wide Delivery

Beer Cartel (available now)
 (available now)


Dan Murphy’s (hitting stores start of August)
Vintage Cellars (hitting stores start of August)

North Coast

Bottle O Lambton
Bottle O Wickham
Cellarbations Georgetown
Cellarbrations Adamstown
Dudleys Cellars Killarney Vale
Prince of Wales Merewether
Warners at the Bay Bottle Shop

Sydney North

Augusta Cellars
Beer Cartel
Belrose Hotel
Bilgola Cellars
Clareville Cellars
Cromer Cellars
Cutty Cellars
Fairlight Cellars
Jims Cellars Waitara (arriving 29th June)
Little Bottler Manly (arriving 4th July)
North Curl Curl Cellars
Park House Mona Vale
Porters Balgowlah
Porters Northwood (arriving 29th June)
The Oaks Hotel


Australian Wine Centre
Bucket Boys
Clock Hotel
The Henson
Newtown Wine Shop & Growler Depot

Wester Sydney

Ashfield Cellars
Balmain Wine Shop (Unity Hall Hotel)
Craft Cartel (Wenty North Liquor)
Davids Cellars Annandale
Winston Hills Hotel

Blue Mountains:

Carrington Hotel Katoomba
Glenbrook Liquor
Leura Cellars

Central West:

Ashcrofts IGA Orange
Westside Hotel Dubbo

Sydney South

Bottle O’brian Cronulla
Coogee Beach Hotel
Hellensburg Premium Liquor


Friendly Grocer Cook
Hackett IGA
Prohibition Kingston
Plonk Fyshwick & Belconnen

Aspley Hotel
Beach Hotel
Belvedere Hotel Margate DBS
Big fish Tavern
Black Sheep Stafford
Black sheep The Gap
Bottle O Cabarita Beach
Bottlemart Camp hill
Bottlemart Mary Street Toowoomba
Bottlemart Ocean Shores
Boundary Hotel Hill End DBS
Brightwater Buderim
Brightwater Mt Creek
BRT Carseldine
BRT Plaza
Cellar Ballina
Cellar Bangalow
Cellar Byron Bay
Cellar Plaza
Cellarbrations bowen hills
Cellarbrations Ipswich
Cellarbrations Mackenzie Road
Cellarbrations Mitchelton Cellars
Cellarbrations Morningside
Cellarbrations Shafton
Cellarbrations Southridge
Cellarbrations Wavell Heights
Coolangatta hotel
Coolangatta Sands
Craft Wine Store
Crafty Fox West End
Currumbin Creek
Envy hotel surfers paradise
FMH Boondal
FMH Bowser
FMH Sandgate
Full Moon Hotel
Gracemere Tavern Rockhampton
Grand Central City
Great Northern Hotel
Greenslopes Cellars
Harry Brown Bracken Ridge
Harry Brown Eatons Hill
Harry Brown Ipswich
Hawthorne Cellars
Homestead Tavern
Iga cellarbrations Pottsville
Kirra Beach Liquor Barn
Kirra Beach Palm Beach
Kirra Beach Tugun
Liquor Legends Haiglea
Mackenzie Road Cellars Toowoomba
Malt Trading
Malt Trading Southbank
Manly Hotel
Maroochy Bridge Barn
Maroochy Bridge Centro
Maroochy Bridge Pacific
Mcguires Ashgrove
Mcguires Cariina
Mcguires Colmslie
Mermaid beach Cellars Burleigh
Mermaid Beach Cellars Varsity
Montague SW1
Park Hotel
Parkhurst Tavern Rockhampton
Parklands Tavern
Peregian Beach Hotel
Pineapple hendra
Quench liquor barn
Riverview Hotel Murwillumbah
Rocklea Yeronga DBS
Saltbar Kingscliff
Sense of Taste Coorparoo
Sense of Taste Hamilton
Southridge Bottleshop Toowoomba
Sprios Paddington
Star Hargrave Rd
Star Liquor Buderim
Star Liquor Maroochydore Aerodrome
Star Liquor Maroochydore Barn
Star Liquor Shauna Downs
Star Runcorn
Star Warehouse Yeppoon
Star West End
Story Bridge
Story bridge cellars – Lytton DBS
Sun Bistro Byron
Sunrise Cellars Byron Bay
Surfair Marcoola
Taphouse Kingscliff
TB’s Ferry Rd
TB’s Isle of Capri
TB’s Pacific Fair
TB’s Railway
TB’s Rosalie
TB’s Stafford
TB’s Surfers
TB’s West End
TBs Boonooroo
TBs Southport
Thirsty Camel Balmoral
Thirsty Camel Stones Corner
Tree tops Tavern Burleigh
Urban Cellars Everton Park
Urban Cellars Grange
Urban Cellars Hendra
Urban Cellars New Farm
Urban Cellars Norman Park
Urban Cellars Stones Corner
Urban Cellars Valley
Urban Cellars Woolloongabba
Victoria & Montague
Vine Cleveland
Vulture & Grey
Warwick Hotel
Wine Emporium
Xo cellars
Yandina Hotel

Albion Hotel
Belair Fine Wines
Bridgeway Hotel
Brighton Cellarbrations
Britannia Hotel
Castle Tavern
Cellarbrations Henley
Cellarbrations Prospect
Cellerbrations Mt Barker
Edinburgh Hotel
Fassina Camden Park
Fassina Glenelg
Fassina ParaHills
Fassina Pennington
Fassina Somerton
Fassina Walkerville
Goodwood Cellars
Goodwood Park Hotel
Highlander Hotel
Highway Inn
Hotel Victor
Largs Pier Hotel
Little Pub on Hindley
Mawson Lakes hotel
Mile End Hotel
Modbury Hotel
O.G. Hotel
Old Spot Cellars
Port Admiral Bottle shop
Richie’s Tavern
Stirling Hotel
Unley on Clyde
Watermark Hotel

Ashby Bar And Bistro
Asquith Cellars – Mt Claremont
Aubin Grove Liquor
Big Brews – Warnbro
Botanica Liquor Barn
Breakers Tavern – Geraldton
Brentwood Cellars
Butler Specialty Cellars
Candlewood Liquor Store
Canning Bridge Liquor – Applecross
Cellarbrations – Ardross
Cellarbrations – Baldivis
Cellarbrations – Capel
Cellarbrations – Hamilton Hill
Cellarbrations – Kewdale
Cellarbrations – Leeming
Cellarbrations – Lynwood
Cellarbrations – Maddington
Cellarbrations – Maylands
Cellarbrations – Morley
Cellarbrations – Mundaring
Cellarbrations – Subiaco
Cellarbrations – Yokine
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Charles Hotel – North Perth
Chequers Hotel – Bullsbrook
Como Liquor Store
Con’s Fine Wines – City Beach
Copper And Oak Liquor – Tuart Hill
Corkers Cellars – Vic. Park
Cornerstone Alehouse – Butler
Craft Cellars – Como
De Vine Cellars – Inglewood
Douglas Discount Liquor – Redcliffe
Dunsborough Cellars
Ellenbrook Liquor Store
Freo Doctor Liquor – Fremantle
Gangemis Liquor – West Perth
Glendalough Liquor Store
Gooseberry Hill Cellars
Gooseberry Hill Cellars
Grand Cru Cellars – Mt Lawley
Hamilton Hill Tavern
Helena Valley Liquor
Hillarys Cellars
Iga S/mkt – Aveley
Inglewood Hotel – Mt Lawley
International Beer Shop – Leederville
Kardinya Tavern
Kewdale Tavern
Kingsley Liquor Store
Kingsway Bar And Bistro – Darch
Kwinana Beach Liquor
Leederville Liquor
Legends Hotel – Attadale
Liquor Baron – Bayswater
Liquor Baron – Boyanup
Liquor Baron – Bull Creek
Liquor Baron – Como
Liquor Baron – Duncraig
Liquor Baron – Ellenbrook
Liquor Baron – Esperance
Liquor Baron – Greenwood
Liquor Baron – Morley
Liquor Baron – Mt Hawthorn
Liquor Baron – Nedlands
Liquor Baron – Ocean Reef
Liquor Baron – Swanbourne
Liquor Baron – Wembley Downs
Liquor Baron – West Perth
Liquor Barons Port Hedland
Liquor Shed – Jandakot
Luckies Liquor – Victoria Park
Mane Liquor Store – Belmont
Manning Fine Wines
Mantarays Exmouth
Market Place S/mkt – Ballajura
Marmion Village Cellars
Mosman Park Liquor Emporium
Mt Henry Tavern – Como
Mullaloo S/mkt
Nollamara Liquor Store
Old Bridge Cellars
Osborne Park Hotel
Pearsall S/mkt
Peels Liquor Merchants
Pirate Bar
Quarie Bar & Bistro
Queens Liquor – Geraldton
Re Store – Leederville
Rose Hotel – Bunbury
Rosemount Hotel
Scarborough Cellars
Secret Harbour Tavern
Sisters S/mkt – Joondalup
South St Liq – Beaconsfield Wa
St James Cellars
Subiaco Liquor Store
Thirsty Camel – Maddington
Thirsty Camel – North Beach
Thirsty Camel Karrtha International Hotel
Wembley Hotel
Whale & Ale Tavern – Clarkson
Willetton Liquor Store
Windsor Hotel – South Perth
Wine Box – Nedlands
Wine Box – Shenton Park
Young George Hotel – East Fremantle
Your Shout Liquor – Mt Lawley

Acland Cellars
Big Bargain Kings Meadows
Big Bargain Kingston
Big Bargain Margate
Blackmans Bay Cellerbrations
Bottlemart Rathdown
Brunsick IGA (maybe)
CBN Ballarat
CBN Bannockburn
CBN Chas Cole
CBN Daylesford
Cbn Emerald
CBN Highton
CBN Kilmore
CBN Newport
CBN Yarraville
Cellarbrations Collingwood
Central Club
Clifton Hill Hotel
Eagle Hawk Cellars
Evelyn Hotel
Fitzroy Cellars
Foodworks Henry St Traralgon
Grand Cellars
Grape & Grain – Morabbin
Grosvenor Hotel
Heathmont Iga
Huon Valley Cellerbrations
Hurstbridge Liquor
Iga South Yarra Toorak Rd
Iga Sth Yarra
IGA Strathfieldsaye
Iga Sturt Street
Kimchi (maybe)
Kingston Cellerbrations
Mayerling Cellars
Mccoppins Abbotsford
Mccoppins Fitzroy
Nepean Hwy Cellars
Nillumbik Cellars
Northcote IGA
Olympic Hotel
Paul’s Iga
Penny Young
Point Of Difference- Mitcham
Prahran Grocer
Ritchies Castlemaine
Ritchies Irymple
Ritchies Mt Eliza
Ritchies Towerhill
Ritchies Wantirna
Ritchies Yarra Glen
Rumerz Tavern
Sandy Bay Cellerbration
Stockade Cellars
Sturt St Iga
Thornbury Cellars (maybe)
TT Mart
Village Vineyard Wines (maybe)
Waterfall Gully
West Brunswick Cellars
Wigs Cellars
Wine Planet

It’s what’s inside that counts…

El Dorado IPA

Tasting Notes: Celebrating 10 years of brewing history with the resurgence of the first ever Keller Door bottle release, El Dorado IPA; 100% El Dorado hops, showcasing tropical fruit, cotton candy, pear, cut-grass & watermelon.

6% ABV 55 IBU

From The Brew Team

“Originally, everyone was just excited about the name because it reminded us all of that 80’s retro cartoon,‘The Mysterious Cities of Gold’. Funnily enough, the pursuit to source this hop variety was much like finding the golden city itself,as Garrett(Black Ops Brewer) spent months scouring the earth in search of the golden hop. Sadly, a bunch of us missed out on brewing with it to create the first ever Keller Door release as we were at the beer awards. However, Benny (the first brewer of El Dorado IPA) was keen to rub it in and sent us a text saying ‘jealous?’ accompanied by some photos of him wearing a cowboy hat, holding a hose,steaming the place up. We still have those photos for anyone who doesn’t believe us. This time, we’ll still be staying true to the original recipeHowever,we’ve decided to go harder on the dry hopping and we’ll only be using the single hop, El Dorado.”


Imperial IPA

Tasting Notes: After chewing your way through a fat malty body you’ll be smacked in the face by a dogged bitterness. Aggressive pineapple & tropical aromas ascending from new world hop varieties will see you pleading for a super hopped new world order.

9% ABV 84 IBU

From The Brew Team

This was the beer that topped our Baltic Porter. It was a big beer! It was our In Season IPA No.2 scaled up. They’re always a challenge those big beersashigh alcohol,is really stressful for the yeast.We threw every mash stand under the sun at it, just to try and dry out the ferment. It’s still up there with one of the biggest malt bills we’ve ever used. This beer is definitely exciting to makebecause we’re really testing the limits of our brewhouse. Essentially, we squeeze in as much grain as we can possibly can to the point where our mash tun is virtually overflowing. The last time we brewed this, the whole brewhouse was shaking as it stirred around. We all remember feeling pretty uneasy that day. We thought it was gonna rip apart!


West Coast Red Rye IPA

Tasting Notes: A cool Californian breeze straight off the North Pacific, this bold but adorable love of California Dreaming & Pet Sounds showcases a harmonious balance of grapefruit hop character, candy-like rye malt sweetness & high alcohol warmth.

7.3% ABV 65 IBU

From The Brew Team

“We’ve now brewed this style three times. The first brew was one of the longest run offs of all time! Nick,had a 17-hour brew day, as the rye malt was just an absolute pain to lauter. It should usually run off at around 2000 litres an hour. However, the rye malt was so sticky it was coming through at a couple of litres a minute. We also accidently threw in 25kgs of roasted barley instead of 5kgs. It came out really dark, almost like a stout. There was nothing we could do, so we had to come up with a second batch to blend that with. Lindsay and Bones,were head deep in spreadsheets, trying to calculate what needed to go into the second brew, just to bring the first back to spec. Magically, it turned out really well and tasted great! We’ve got it right this time and it’s a cracking beer. It’s gonna come through with spicy rye, big malty notes and fresh West Coast hop flavours.”

Oaked Baltic Porter

Tasting Notes: Smooth & warming with a rich, sweet body, infused with French oak and whiskey barrels to give it a unique complexity of light vanilla & earthy minerals.

7.5% ABV 37 IBU

From The Brew Team

“The largest beer we had ever brewed at that point in time. We brewed a big batch at Brookvale, which we jammed a whole bunch of oaked chips in and blended it with a small amount we had aged in a whiskey barrel. We dangled the bags off some marine-grade stainless chains into the fermenter and let them soak for a while, not knowing that these would soak up the beer and become super heavy. They were ginormous and so hard to get out of the fermenter. So, we ended up having to cut them and flush the fermenter out half a dozen times. But not before Tim Best and his massive forearms stood at the top of a ladder, sweating like crazy, trying to pull them out which was hilarious to watch. To his credit he got one. It’s safe to say we’ve learnt our lesson and this time we’ve done it differently. We’ve chopped up a few whisky barrels, taken the inside of the staves, thrown them in the Hopperator and done a long recirculation of beer so we don’t have to throw the oak in.


The 4 beers that made it into the 4 pack were all voted in by Keller Door fans on social media.

As a thanks for voting we ran a skills based competition. The price? 10 x 10th birthday 4 packs for one person to share with mates. The stipulation? To let us know in the comments who you’d celebrate the win with & why, then vote for your 4 favourites through a link. We’ll pick the answer we like best. The pro-tip: “we like weird answers!”

This was incredibly hard to decide, but after a lot of deliberation we have a winner! It came down to 2 answers that were almost impossible to pick between, so we’ve decided to give out a consolation prize.


Brenden Bretschneider

Reason: Creativity, fun and we hope that we’re invited to the low & slow.

“Keller Door O Keller Door,
Excitement is once more!
Liquid gold for your mates.
Like it now, to win crates!
Excellence in a can,
Reep the benefits my young man!

Down under you have started.
Obvious to us uncharted.
Our Birthday wishes go out to you.
Raised and bred, you are true blue!

Btw… I’d be drinking with the boys! Put on a low and slow and enjoy quality food with an outstanding brew!

Hahahaha… Aaron Bretschneider Drew Murphy Daniel Dows David Johnson


The Runner-up

Kurt Pinckham

Reason: While not weird, we were touched by the kind sentiment and the joy of sharing craft beer.

The consolation prize: 4 x 4 packs! One for Kurt and one for each of the people he mentioned.

“I would share with the best bottle shop manager in the known beeriverse Sharyn Enderby who always looks after her customers remebers what everyone likes and keeps us up to date with new releases.
I would also share with Tim Parnell who is just starting his craft journey ( yes i said craft journey , i know )
But he has taken it and is running with it often blaming me for not being able to drink ” normal beer “
And James Britton would be there as well who i also influenced with craft beer and is exceptionally fond of your seasonal keller door releases . And who also blames me for his massive hauls when he visits the bottlo at lambton .
And finally i would share a quiet drink in a dark corner alone with my thoughts and inner demons who constantly peer preasure me into chasing these rare golden beautys.”