Cowabunga! Fresh milk now on tap

Mercury (Hobart) - - NEWS - CHANEL KINNIBURGH

THE team be­hind Bruny Is­land Cheese Co has turned back time and is now of­fer­ing fresh farm milk on tap in re­us­able glass bot­tles as a great way to re­duce sin­gle-use plas­tics.

The or­gan­i­cally cer­ti­fied milk comes di­rectly from the brand’s Glen Huon Dairy Co farm.

Founder Nick Had­dow has part­nered with in­de­pen­dent gro­cer Hill Street to roll out the de­li­cious dairy prod­uct.

“We have worked bloody hard for al­most a year to get the fresh­est, clean­est milk, straight from our farm to con­sumers,” Mr Had­dow said.

“We wanted to be able to show­case our milk in its pure form, not just in the form of cheese. The feed­back so far has been fan­tas­tic and we hope to grow it as much as we pos­si­bly can.”

Milk on Tap is avail­able at the West Ho­bart and Sandy Bay Hill Street stores.

The re­us­able bot­tles costs $4 and the milk is priced at $4.29 per 750ml.

Pic­ture: LUKE BOW­DEN

WHAT A BOTTLER: Hill Street Gro­cer's Lisa Pei fills up from the milk on tap.

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