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Beer Cartel Limited Edition Tinnie Pack #29

$89.99
Availability:
Strictly Limited - Less Than 48 Available.

About The Beer

This limited edition Tinnie Pack features 12 of the latest and greatest cans that are on the market.

It is the same as this month's Black Market beer subscription.

Don't mess around because this one isn't going to last long!

If you're looking for some tasty new beers to try, including super popular IPAs then this is for you.

The line-up:

1. Bitter Phew/Akasha Hank's First Round Pale Ale

Hank’s Pale Ale is our ‘fishing beer’ and best selling pale ale. We crafted it in memory of co-founder Nicole’s dog, Hank, who was the master of relaxation. Hank loved to fish in the lake or hang outside and watch the world go by. Like its namesake, Hank’s Pale Ale is smooth, easy going, and hard not to love. Citra and Palisades hops give this golden American Pale Ale a stone fruit and grapefruit nose, with a crisp, dry, and grassy finish.

For many on our team, Hank’s is our ‘go to’ session-able beer. At 4.8%, it is very easy to drink – a beer that you would want to grab and drink all day on the porch with your friends, or while swinging in a hammock, or while enjoying sunny days followed by late night parties with friends. For us, Hank’s Pale Ale is a great reminder to every once in a while kick back, slow down, and enjoy the simple pleasures in life.

2. Deeds DKAT Vic Secret Hazy DIPA

Social media is a special place. We always like to take note of the most enjoyable comments we see out there. One of our favourites had to do with a particular hop. The drinker stated, “Don't Know About That [...] Hop!" However, the focus of their vexation didn’t appear in the dry hop, and only in the beer in an amount that it wouldn’t have registered even on the most sensitive of palates.

Welcome to our series where we explore what hops can do solo! Enter Vic Secret, one of our favourite Australian hops!

3. Rogue Shakespeare Nitro Stout

Rogue Ales was originally founded in Ashland, a Southern Oregon college town home to the world-renowned Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Inspired by this festival, we introduced this English-style oatmeal stout as one of our three original beers when our first pub opened in Ashland in 1988. It has remained in our product line ever since, earning the most awards and highest ratings of any of our beers.

4. Nomad Powder Day Salted Caramel Peanut Brittle Imperial Stout

Part of our ongoing Powder Day series which take our base stout and pushes the boundaries of taste.. A creamy full bodied stout with chocolate and coffee
notes, topped off with delicious salted caramel peanut brittle flavours.

5. Hawkers Hazy IPA

Tropical, juicy, and delightfully hazy! Punchy hop vibes take the front seat, defining the dominant character of the beer while a rounded body and low bitterness provide the perfect backdrop for the hops to shine their brightest. The future is hazy! 

6. Barossa Valley Barrel Aged Blonde Ale

Being in one of the world's best wine regions has many benefits, one is access to wonderful wine barrels. So for this beer, we brewed a crisp Blonde ale and stored it in ex-Barossa Shiraz wine barrels. The wild yeast and the character from the wine do amazing things. Tartness from the wild yeast mingles with aroma of peach, apricot, and a hint of sweet oak, makes this an interesting but easy drinking sour. We decided to send out a test blend straight from the barrel to be judged at the world's largest annual beer awards. We only expected feedback but were happily surprised it got a Silver medal.

7. Garage Project Snug Juice Stout

A lucky few may have bumped into Snug in a bar, but such sightings have been few and far between. Snug, our much loved Irish style stout, now available in a nitro can, meaning you can catch up for a pint* anytime you care to. Just give it a couple of shakes, crack the lid, pour vigorously into a glass and sit back with a grin while a cascade of tiny nitrogen bubbles slowly rises to form a creamy head atop this silky smooth, pitch black stout. Sláinte. *440mls actually, but who’s counting Brewed and packed in Wellington, NZ. May the wind be always at your back.

The dream of every mouth, a big, cushy cuddle. No one can be unhappy with the perfect balance of chocolate, coffee and full bodied creamy mouth feel. Snug dislikes no one, says nothing bad about anything, and is always there for you.

8. New Realm Hoplandia IPA

The first beer from Brewmaster Mitch Steele's New Realm brewhouse couldn't have been anything but a hop-forward, west-coast inspired IPA... this IPA. It's dry hopped with Simcoe & Centennial and is perfectly hoppy with a classic piney, resiny and citrusy hop profile and a mild malt character in both nose and taste. Bitterness is smooth, but substantial and it finishes dry but with a balanced body. Mitch says "it's everything I want in an IPA. It's pleasantly bitter, yet drinks smoothly and has a wonderful blend of hop flavors dominating the aroma, taste and finish."

9. Reckless Oat Cream IPA

Reckless Brewing Co. Have you ever tasted pure joy? Our Oat Cream IPA is packed full of Sabro and Sultana hops. Big coconut, pineapple, and getting caught in the rain vibes are backed up by a sweet, creamy, oaty base.

10. Jolly Pumpkin Bam Biere Farmhouse Ale

An artisan farmhouse ale that is golden, naturally cloudy, bottle conditioned and dry hopped for a perfectly refreshing balance of spicy malts, hops and yeast. 

11. Yulli's Dad's Army Chris's Barrel Aged Imperial Stout

This year's Chris's Imperial Stout was aged in Beenleigh Rum Barrels for just over 3 months where it picked up an abundance of Rum and oak character, balanced by its huge roasted malt character and silky mouthfeel. Weighing in at 9.4% ABV it is sure to warm your belly in the depths of winter.

12. Blasta Blastaweizen Hefeweizen

Our hazy Hefeweizen holds aromas of banana, clove and nutmeg before flavours of stone fruit, banana and bubble gum across the palate. Excellent beer to enjoy during second breakfast like the Germans, or any time for that matter. Prost

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