LIMITED EDITION Western Force x Spinifex Brewing Company Merchandise NOW AVAILABLE

To celebrate the end of a massive season for our Boys in Blue, Spinifex Brewing Co have launched a LIMITED series of co-branded Western Force merchandise. The limited series includes SIGNED Western Force Armed Forces Round Jerseys specially designed by Ian Coate, the renowned Military artist and friend of Spinifex.



Additionally, co-branded Gilbert Rugby balls featuring Indigenous art by local Nyoongar artist Darryl Bellotti, are also now available for purchase.


The swirls represent the Derbarl Yerrigan (Swan River) with the circular patterns showing the Boodja (land) of all the different regions within WA. The curved lines symbolise the journey the club has taken, while the swirls demonstrate the ripples in the water caused by the Maali (black swan).


Spinifex are proud to be the official beverage partner of the Western Force for 2022 and worked closley with the Western Force team throughout the season, to raise awareness of Veteran's Mental Health. In particular, to support organisations that provide Mental Health support to Veterans such as ConnectedBy.


"It been a great honour to take on the beverage partnership of the Western Force for season 2022. Unfortunately COVID continued to disrupt the 2022 season and no doubt this had a significant negative impact on the team in this unique International competition. On behalf of Spinifex we are absolutely committed to continuing as the official beverage partner into 2023 which is especially significant as we finally commence our export ambitions for the brand."

"Our partnership with Ian Coate has produced an extraordinary opportunity for you to secure some incredible merchandise including the signed 2022 Armed Forces Round playing shirt signed by the entire team, This is a must have for Die Hard fans and sports collectors alike. Bring on the 2023 season and GO THE FORCE" -Adam Barnard, CEO, Spinifex Brewing Company.


The merchandise can be purchased through the Spinifex Brewing Co website with 50% of the sales of the ANZAC jersey being donated to Veteran's Mental Health Charity, ConnectedBy.