Shark Island Brewing Australian Ale

Shark Island Brewing

Maybe it’s just the power of suggestion, but I reckon when you’re choosing a beer for a classic Aussie BBQ, you can’t go past a style that features Aussie hops.

This Australian Ale has surprising amount of aroma and flavour for its sessionability. A fluffy white head subsides to a layer of sea foam, releasing zingy citrus notes into the air. Tingly bubbles bring a bright citrus and pineapple character that’s good for cutting through the grease of anything you’d deemed fit to cook up on the hotplate.

If you don’t believe me that this beer’s what you’re after at a summer barbie, the back of the label scores this beer five out of five on the "Quench-iness" scale, and you’ll be hard pressed to find a quench-iness expert who disagrees.

Mick Wust

Australian Ale
20 IBU
Shark Island Brewing

Unit 8, 29-33 Waratah Street
NSW 2232

(02) 9545 1914
Open Hours

Thursday: 2pm to 7.30pm
Friday: 2pm to 9pm
Saturday: midday to 8pm
Sunday: midday to 7pm