Have you heard of the new range of craft beer that’s taking Australia by storm?
Tinnies is a crafty beer range with an old school feel and contemporary approach to flavour. The range includes the award winning Ultra Low Alcohol Hoppy Ale as well as an IPA, Pacific Ale, XPA, Pale Ale and Hazy Pale Ale.
Pale Ale – a hop-driven classic Pale Ale with fresh pine and citrus characters balanced by a strong malty finish. Gold medal at the Melbourne International Beer Competition 2020, Country Winner at the World Beer Awards 2020 and World’s Best Pale Bitter in the 4.5% to 5.5.% category at the World Beer Awards 2019.
Hazy Pale Ale – bold hop aromas and flavours of citrus and stone fruit with juicy tropical flavours balanced by a luscious, creamy mouthfeel, with medium-low bitterness.
XPA – This Extra Pale Ale is lean and fresh, full of pine, tropical and floral hop aromas and flavours that provide a refreshing finish.
Ultra-Low Alcohol Hoppy Ale: Tinnies Ultra Low Alcohol Hoppy Ale is bursting with hoppy aromas of bright citrus and fresh pine. With a malty backbone and extra hops offering a generous but balanced bitterness. A true craft beer that’s 100% flavour with only 0.5% ALC/VOL and only 74 calories per serve. Trophy winner at the AIBA Awards 2021, Country winner at World Beer Awards 2020, Gold and Low Alcohol Beer of the Year at the Melbourne International Beer Competition 2020.
IPA: An IPA hop rollercoaster with huge aromas of citrus, pine and melon, this beer has serious bitterness and intense hop character, it is not for the faint-hearted. This is our go to favourite here at The Next Rush.
Pacific Ale: Bright tropical hop aroma, its low bitterness and light malt profile showcase the mango, lychee, and pineapple flavours.
Alongside the permanent range, seasonal releases will be introduced by Tinnies throughout the year, allowing customers to expand their craft beer palates to unique, new flavours that demonstrate a high level of craftsmanship. The first new flavour will include Hot Craft Bun Ale, with other flavours set to be released in coming months.
The Next Rush was fortunate enough to be provided with a taste test of the Hot Craft Bun Ale, and boy were we blown away. The name of this beer leads the imagination to times of Easter, enjoying a warm hot cross bun produced by the local bakery. And that is exactly what it tastes like; The warm buttery goodness of a delicately made hot cross bun on a crisp Autumn’s day.