The Australian beer industry has evolved to higher levels over the years. Many breweries are coming up, and the industry has met stiff competition with the increasing demands from consumers. This has seen many beers being produced with different and unique flavours. As for me, 4 Australian ales have caught my attention due to their unique rich taste.
Stone and Wood Pacific Ale
The beer came into the market in 2009 and was introduced by Byron Bay brewery. The drink has maintained its flavour for about one and a half-decade. Besides Pacific ale has a fruity, crisp, and fragrant taste that quenches thirst and provides flavour. Due to the quality experience drinkers get from this drink, Stone and Wood Pacific ale became the brewery’s favourite in a short time.
Two Birds Sunset Ale
In 2011, Danielle Allen and Jayne Lewis brought into play Australia’s first female ale brand. A few years later, they opened up a brewery followed by a tasting room. The brew is made from malt and nuts where the brewers ensure that each process is done correctly. The beer has become increasingly popular with Australians earning a spot among the classics.
Pirate Life Throwback Session IPA
The beer became an instant success after it was launched back in 2015. This is because the brewers of the ale have paid attention to details when it comes to the quality of hoppy, punchy beers. Additionally, they also package the brew only in cans. The beer has a mid-strength alcohol content of 3.5 per cent.
Sailor’s Grave Down She Gose
The brew was introduced into the industry in Orbost, East Gippsland in 2016. The brewers used an old German recipe to make the beer. Australian brewers have added a blend of seaweed and local sea salt. This gives the ale a unique saline tang taste that is refreshing. With its unique flavour, the beer has become a favourite drink with Australians.