Our on-going range of exclusive, artisan batches of cider, Cheeky Little Batch blends give us the opportunity to be experimental and creative, using different yeasts and blends, and bring these smaller batches to tap points quickly.  These blends brings together the best of old and new worlds in cider - sourcing small parcels of traditional heritage varieties and cider apples, and blending them with the culinary apples usually used in Australian cider, creating a marriage of traditional earthy and complex characteristics, with a crisp clean contemporary taste.


Cheeky Little Batch can be found at iconic Melbourne venues, including Young and Jacksons, Beer DeLuxe, Brunswick Street Cider House, Mrs. Parmas and The Lucky Coq.



Cheeky Little Batch #1
"Heritage Apples"
Kegs produced: 13
Date kegged: April 8, 2013
Alc/Vol: 6%


1. Kingston Black and Dabinett 
Hand-pressed cider apples from a small batch of heritage variety trees from one of our neighbours in Red Hill on the Mornington Peninsula.

2. Pink Lady and Granny Smith
Oak barrel fermentation experiment

3. Pink Lady and Granny Smith
Wild yeast experiment



An artisan hybrid bringing together the unpredicatble fresh vibrant acids from the wild yeast ferment, depth and earthiness from the oak, complimented by the traditional tannins and old school characteristics from the heritage varietals - swinging towards the drier end of the scale, but still juicy.


Cheeky Little Batch #2
"Ginger Apple"

Kegs produced: 17
Date kegged:  May 7, 2013
Alc/Vol: 8%

A hefty whack of fresh, pressed Buderim ginger, co-fermented with Rebello's signature apple blend.


Cheeky Little Batch #3
"Honey Ginger Apple"

Kegs produced: 19
Date kegged: June 4, 2013
Alc/Vol: 8%

Our infamous line-up of apples came face to face with a mighty wack of fresh ginger juice and a delicious manuka honey from up the road. Super clean and rich, spicy and aromatic... warming like a hug from someone in a big jumper!



Cheeky Little Batch #3 on tap at The Lucky Coq, Windsor VIC
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