Our Bestselling Craft Beers Of 2018

As we cheers the end of 2018, we thought we’d take a look at our bestselling craft beers of the year; the ones that flew out of our fridge. Once again the usual suspects, Balter XPA and Stone & Wood Pacific Ale star on the list but there are also a fair few brews that came totally out of left field and blew our mind – we’re looking at you Hairyman Pop Ale.

If you haven’t had a chance to try these beauties give them a crack! Order a straight case or create your own mixed selection of 16 beers.

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Balter Brewing XPA
Balter XPA might be pale but there’s nothing weak about this bad boy. Tropical and floral aromatics set off a fruity palate that will punch your taste buds in the pleasure zone.

Stone & Wood Pacific Ale
Light on the palate, strong on the passionfruit and tropical flavours, this is an easy, sessionable beer. Brewed using Australian Barley and wheat, it champions the striking and identifiable characteristics of the Galaxy hops.

Old Wives Ales Old Man Yells At Cloud NEIPA
Cloudy and juicy, Old Man Yells At Cloud is an IPA that focuses on hop flavour rather than bitterness. Loaded with a (almost) stupid amount of Aussie and US hops, this beer is sure to put a smile on the face of even the most cynical hop heads.

Hairyman Pop Ale
Creaming Soda Ale. With malt and a hint of hops, combined with the genius that is Creaming Soda, this hybrid sensation merges craft beer with a dash of nostalgia.

Black Hops Pale Ale
Defined by a balance of pale malted barley and tropical hop aromas, this Pale Ale is light in colour but big in flavour. But don’t overthink it. It is what it says on the tin, a Pale Ale, the Black Hops beer for every occasion.

The Welder’s Dog Pea Blossom Lemonade
Not a craft beer but it caused a commotion when it landed in our fridge. If you’re looking for something light, refreshing and not too sweet, then you’re going to want to try this alcoholic lemonade. Naturally fermented, Pea Blossom flowers are added to give it a gentle earthiness and signature pink colour. 

Dad & Dave’s #1 Pale Ale
Dad & Dave’s #1 Pale Ale is brewed with 100% Australian Pale Malt and New Zealand Pacific Gem hops. The hops balance the malt sweetness and the tropical fruit flavour while maintaining the sessional quality typical of Australian Pale Ales.

Big Shed Boozy Fruit NEIPA
Big tropical fruit flavours with an incredible amber colour, this beer was inspired by the much-loved Frosty Fruit ice-block.

Colonial Brewing IPA
Colonial start with 100 per cent Australian hops picked to deliver a gentle rush of tropical fruit and subtle pine notes, hinting at sunshine and surf and the salt-sweet scent of summer.

Green Beacon Windjammer IPA
Aromas of fresh lychee, candied orange, resinous pine needles and dried mango lead into subtle sweet malt flavours that are punctuated by a firm lingering bitterness. Bold and beautifully balanced.