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With new brew Young Henrys’ asks: ‘What does it mean to be a Rabbitohs supporter?’

Newtown brewers and distillers Young Henrys and the South Sydney Rabbitohs have launched a new brew, which they say is a love-letter to their supporters and the community that surrounds the bunnies.

Glory Haze XPA was released in early June in celebration of Young Henrys’ five years of being the Rabbitohs official beer partner. The brewers say it’s a limited edition, easy-going, hazy beer coming in at 4 per cent, available in kegs and cans nationally.

Glory Haze celebrates the Rabbitohs supporters, the fanatics and the incredible community that surrounds the team. As the launch video shows, Rabbitohs fans are some of the most passionate people you’ll ever meet, each with their own personal connection to the club.

To celebrate the release, Young Henrys wants to hear from the supporters and find out: What does it mean to be a Rabbitohs supporter? (You can email them your thoughts at

Young Henrys Director, Dan Hampton, said “We love our partnership with the South Sydney Rabbitohs which is now in its 5th year. We share a passion for supporting the community and a desire to give the people what they want.”

Blake Solly, South Sydney Rabbitohs CEO, said, “Young Henrys are all about bringing people together, sharing a beer when celebrating moments with friends and family, a sentiment shared with the South Sydney Rabbitohs and their members who enjoy celebrating our victories both on and off the field.

“Having been a partner of the club since 2018, we love that this shared ethos between the club and Young Henrys has allowed us to create a beer for the fans, but just as importantly, brewed by passionate fans and we can’t wait for everyone to taste it!”

Named by a fan, the brewers say they’re proud to release this beer for supporters far and wide: “For those who turn up each week to share the highs and lows, and cheer the mighty red and green to glory!”

They also say that the official beer of the Rabbitohs is now available from select bottleshops and venues but buyers be warned: “this elusive little bunny’s got a hell of a step on it, so tackle one while you can before it races away”.


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