Fat Yak first impresses with its golden colour, distinctive, hop driven, fruity and herbaceous aromas, giving characteristic passionfruit and melon notes, followed by a hit of hop flavour at the finish. The taste is refreshingly clean on the palate.
Looks even more amber in the glass than its big brother. ‘Full-flavoured’ is an adjective that tends to be overused in the lager world, but is appropriate in this case given the balance in this low alcohol beer. After work drinks on a week night, this beer gives the rewards without the cost.
A traditional dark ale, Carlton Black has fruity flavour that complements the emphatic Pride of Ringwood hopping, making for a rich, easy to drink beer. The drum-roasted malt used in Carlton Black is the secret behind the beer’s distinct ruby tint, inviting mocha aroma and full-bodied flavour.
The exceptional Dry finish has been achieved through a special brewing process, removing sugars over an extended period of time, creating a remarkably smooth, crisp, dry finish with lower carbohydrates than other full strength beers.
Carlton Draught is a traditional, full-strength lager that is crisp on the mid-palate with a good malt character and smooth full-bodied flavour. Clean hop bitterness gives the brew a slightly dry finish. Synonymous with the origins of the brewery itself, Carlton Draught is renowned for tasting as fresh as it did the day it was brewed. And it’s that kind of consistency in taste that’s been important to Australians for generations.
Little Creatures Bright Ale - now on tap in time for summer!
Introducing the new Bright Ale. The team at Little Creatures have made couple a subtle changes to the recipe and hop profile, improving refreshing-ness and making it a tad hoppier, but not too bitter. While the flavour difference is minor the bright ale remains a full flavoured, sessionable favourite for any occasion. An appealing craft beer with a smooth and fresh finish.
The light smooth beer is easy to drink with a fresh fruity flavour, smooth finish and bitter aftertaste. Coopers Original Pale Ale is brewed without any preservatives or chemicals so that the drinker can have that extra one or two with the hope that it won't catch up with them the next day. This top fermented ale is smooth, light and bitter and almost drinks itself.