The discerning craft beer drinker is always looking for the best and brightest flavours. Check out Tinnies, the quintessentially Aussie brew with a range that’s sure to include a new favouriteThe discerning craft beer drinker is always looking for the best and brightest flavours. Check out Tinnies, the quintessentially Aussie brew with a range that’s sure to include a new favourite.
Once a niche industry, the Australian craft beer business is now full-on booming, with craft breweries pumping out a taste and style of beer for everyone. With every month that goes by, beer lovers are becoming more adventurous — seeking out (and finding!) something new, original, different or simply session-able. One of the newer kids on the brew block is Tinnies, a modern Australian craft beer with an old-school name. Brewed in Victoria from the finest Australian hops, the Tinnies range was born out of a desire to create a straight-talking craft beer. With six core beers and a selection of seasonal releases, there’s something to suit every palate, from a classic year-round Pale Ale to a Choc Cherry Stout that’s perfect for the colder months. Let’s take a closer look at this award-winning line of craft beers.
This hop-driven pale ale has stone fruit, pine and citrus characters, with a good balance of bitterness and biscuity malt. Tinnies Pale Ale was awarded World’s Best Pale Bitter at the World Beer Awards in 2019.
Sitting somewhere between an American pale ale (it’s a little hoppier) and an IPA (it’s a little less hoppy), this Extra Pale Ale is lean and fresh, full of pine, tropical and floral hop aromas and flavours that provide a refreshing finish.
The current darling of the world of pale ale is the Hazy style, also known as New England IPA (NEIPA). A silver medal winner at the 2021 Australian International Beer Awards (AIBAs), this classic Hazy Pale has bold hop aromas and flavours of citrus and juicy tropical fruit balanced by a luscious, creamy mouthfeel.
With bright tropical hop aromas, the low bitterness and light malt profile showcase the mango, lychee, and pineapple flavours. Sessionable, tropical and refreshing… and a gold medal winner at the 2021 AIBAs.
Climb aboard the hop rollercoaster! With huge aromas of citrus, pine and melon, this deep gold beer has serious bitterness, intense hop character, a hop-driven finish. It’s a great example of why IPAs are king (and queen) of the craft-beer world.
Care to try the Best Non-Alcohol Beer at the 2021 AIBAs? Here it is. It’s bursting with hoppy aromas of bright citrus and fresh pine. A malty backbone and extra hops offer a generous but balanced bitterness. Hoppy Ale is brewed using a specially selected yeast and careful temperature control, so the fermentation process naturally produces all the flavour and almost no alcohol.