Cupitt Pale Ale

Cupitt Craft Brewers

While lagers may make up the bulk of the nation’s beer consumption, within the “craft” or even “crafty” category there’s one style which is dominant: pale ale. And it’s not especially hard to understand why. They pack in loads of hop flavour, aren’t over the top in alcohol so you can knock back a few in a session and are basically just great to drink. And, importantly, they’re as friendly for newcomers to beer as they are appealing to the more advanced drinkers. So, when your brewery is the younger sibling to a more well-known winery and restaurant you want to have a few go-to beers on hand to help pull in a different crowd. And you definitely want one of them to be a pale ale. Cupitt’s Pale Ale isn’t a bright and light one, but rather closer to amber or something from the darker end of the golden spectrum when the sun’s last rays are just about to dip over the horizon. It’s broadly an American interpretation, based on Cascade hops which unfurl floral and citrus character while the malts offer a luscious base that rounds out with caramel sweetness.

Nick Oscilowski

Style
Pale Ale
ABV
5.2%
Name
Cupitt Craft Brewers
Address

58 Washburton Road
Ulladulla
NSW 2539

Phone
02 4455 7888
Open Hours

Wed & Thur: 10am to 4pm
Fri & Sat: 10am to 10pm
Sun: 10am to 4pm

Tours

By appointment

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