Cockney LizCockney Liz arrived in the gold fields in 1886 in search of her fiancé who had come to seek his fortune. Her dreams were shattered when she found out that he had been killed- she was destitute and turned to prostitution to supplement her meagre income as a barmaid and entertainer. She became famous for auctioneering herself off to the highest bidder and soon raised enough money to buy the Red Light Canteen and build the Royal Albert Hall but disappeared from the gold fields as suddenly as she had appeared, leaving many unanswered questions behind...

Through the ‘Wild Card’ series, the Sabie Brewing Company commemorates Cockney Liz’s somewhat impulsive, sometimes unpredictable temperament with a new style of beer being produced with each new batch. Only the brewer knows what will come next.....




The Cockney Liz Wild Card on tap is Safari Gold

ABV: 4% IBU: 40

Safari Gold is an easy drinking Blonde Ale infused with marula pulp. The perfect blend of crystal clear water from the headwaters of the Sabie river and pale malted barley produce a clear, crisp and well-balanced beer with a subtle marula flavour.

Ingredients: Water, Malted barley, Hops & Yeast
Naturally-brewed / unfiltered / unpasteurised