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10 best selling beers in Australia

My dears, here’s a wacky list of the best beers!

When it is a party or just a jamming session or even your favourite match on-air... all we need is a BEER! There can be nothing more refreshing than plunging into a chilled beer on a hot day. The diversity of beers is so huge that there are thousands of craft breweries around the world which are so distinct with their flavours and colours. It is believed that beer drinking boosts one's creativity and helps them to create something new and unique. 


Many Australian beer brands are among the best selling beers in the world, which are among the most preferred ones by many beer lovers across the globe. Beer is a mandatory beverage, which with its sparkle and froth elevates the life of any party. The golden time this golden beverage welcomes is what makes it refreshing which is doubled by the ultimate taste of this chilled wonder.



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Galaxy Training Australia gives you the ultimate list of those Australian beer brands which sets the perfect stage for the right kind of chilled out ambience with its froth and forever refreshing zing:


1. Balter IIPA:

  •       Brewery: Balter
  •       Style: Imperial/Double IPA
  •       ABV: 8.6%

Balter's Imperial IPA is a true beer with bulky hop notes providing significant palate influence with tinges of pineapple, pine and citrus. The higher alcohol content conveys a pleasantly dry, fiery finish. With a strong of ABV of 8.6%, this comes in a long tin.


2. Victoria Bitter:

  •       Brewery:  Carlton & United Breweries
  •       Style: Lager
  •       ABV: 4.9%

Victoria Bitter is a lager style beer manufactured by the popular brewery - Carlton & United, which is an ancillary of Foster's Group in Melbourne, Victoria. This beer was initially brewed by Thomas Aitken at Victoria Brewery in 1854. One among the most preferred beers of Australia, Victoria Bitter has long been Australia's best seller. The chilled wonder which possesses a full-bodied flavour will quench thirst and be the best beverage to chill by the pool on a hot summer day.


3. XXXX Gold

  •       Brewery:  Castlemaine Perkins
  •       Style: Lager
  •       ABV: 3.5%

One of the popular beers manufactured in the state of Queensland of Australia by Castlemaine Perkins and is, XXXX gold is one of Australia's best selling beers. XXXX Gold is also manufactured at the Boag's Breweries at Launceston, Tasmania. Called as four-ex, this beer has golden cluster hops and includes other fine ingredients like malted barley to achieve its satisfying flavour which is a favourite among the Aussie beer maniacs.


4. Stone & Wood Pacific Ale

  •       Brewery: Stone & Wood
  •       Style: Australian Pale Ale
  •       ABV: 4.4%

Stone & Wood was launched in 2008 in Byron Bay. The unique idea was to make a village brewery where people could come and have a refreshing time drinking into their favourite beer, every other day. This vision has been retained even today. A strong and autonomous company, the makers of Pacific Ale, wanted a drink that could gather inspiration from a community. Using the Galaxy hops, barley and wheat, the golden Pacific Ale was invented.


5. Hahn Super Dry:

  •       Brewery: Stone & Wood
  •       Style: Lager
  •       ABV: 4.6%

Hahn Super Dry is brewed by merging the best of the contemporary brewing equipments with the finest components that conclude as a full flavoured, crisp and energising low carb beer.



6. Coopers Original Pale Ale:

  •       Brewery: Coopers Brewery Limited
  •       Style: Pale Ale
  •       ABV: 4.5%

The beer that has been inspired by the new generation of ale drinkers, the fruity and floral characters, balanced with a crisp bitterness has enhanced the fame of this wonderful beer. Coopers Pale Ale has a convincing flavour which is great for all occasions. Naturally fermented in the "Burton-upon-Trent" style, a secondary fermentation produces the signature residue that gives 'Pale' its fine glossy gloomy appearance.


7. Cascade Stout:

  •       Brewery: Cascade Stout
  •       Style: Stout
  •       ABV: 5.8%

Australia's oldest operating brewery, Cascade Stout has brought this lovely beer to this world for the beer lovers to relish and indulge over this beautiful blend which is brewed using all-natural ingredients. The prime products being the rich roasted barley and Cascade's matchless customary yeast strain. This stout is a favourite with brewers at Cascade for its toffee and caramel notes.


8. Tooheys New:

  •       Brewery: Lion Nathan
  •       Style: Lager
  •       ABV: 4.6%

Born in 1931, Tooheys is a draught Lager brewed to demonstrate full flavour when served chill - an invigorating substitute to the warm English ales. This beer is found as a common beverage in almost all the bar taps of New South Wales. The hop aroma and the silken character brought by malt are considered just right for the hot weather of Australia. This light and crisp beer with a tinge of fruity flavour are considered the best combination with meat.


9. Carlton Draught:

  •         Brewery: Carlton & United Breweries
  •         Style: Lager
  •         ABV: 4.6%

Carlton Draught is a pale lager with an exclusive amber tinge hop character, that can best be explained as presenting the perfect poise between being full-flavoured and happy gulping. Carlton Draught brings in a straightforward beer, with extensive taste appeal which is a representative of a classic Australian lager style beer.


10. Pirate Life Pale Ale:

  •         Brewery: Pirate Life Brewing
  •         Style: Pale Ale
  •         ABV: 5.4%

The Cascade and Mosaic hops take up a pivotal role in the flavour of this beer. The hops present a darker and deeper quality to this wonderful beverage. The aroma is an amalgam of herbal and fruits with the tinge of pine and tropical fruits. Your tongue and palate will be fondled with the citrusy ingredients that merge flawlessly with the caramel malt and biscuit malt with a kiss of toasty flavour.

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Tuesday, March 10, 2020 | by Galaxy Training Australia

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