The good old tinnie holds a special place in Australian culture and it’s making a comeback with craft brewers around the country embracing this much-loved retro vessel. Airtight and light resistant, tinnies maintain the awesome flavour of beer and nothing beats the sweet sound of cracking open a cold one. Here 10 of the best have been bundled up just for you!
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– Pale Ale– ABV: 4.5%– Black Hops Brewing– 375ml Can
TASTING NOTESA cool coastal breeze in the golden sunshine, this refreshingly smooth hazy pale ale is like those perfect Aussie days. Gazing out on an aqua blue ocean as the waves greet you in the soft sand, you might find yourself lost in the haze. Freshly hopped with Mosaic, Amarillo and Eclipse to inspire your senses with notes of tropical fruit and citrus as the sun dips slowly into the sea.
– Lager– ABV: 4.5%– Bright Brewery– 355ml Can
TASTING NOTESBright Alpine Lager – voted Victoria’s #1 independent lager! Crisp, refreshing and as bright as the sun rising over the mountain ranges, Bright Brewery’s Alpine Lager is a fitting ode to their home town, the gateway to Victoria’s beautiful High Country. Alpine has subtle floral and tropical flavours sourced from local hop growers. It’s the perfect reward for thirsty adventure-seekers. MountainCrafted for adventure – and the friends that love to share it.
– XPA– ABV: 4.4%– Stockade Brew Co.– 375ml Can
TASTING NOTESBrewed using a blend of Vic Secret, Ella and dry hopped Centennial. Couldn’t just settle for a straight up XPA, so added grapefruit to the mix, creating a smashable thirst-quencher.
– Pale Ale– ABV: 4.4%– Brick Lane– 375ml Can
TASTING NOTESOne Love is an easy-drinking pale ale bursting with bright hop aromas and layered flavours of stonefruit, passionfruit and citrus.
– Brown– ABV: 5.0%– Mornington Peninsula Brewery– 375ml Can
TASTING NOTESMornington Brown is an English-style brown ale, brewed using classic imported English ale malts. Mornington Peninsula Brewery’s Brown displays all the wonderfully rich and toffee characters associated with these malts. Pouring a deep golden brown with hints of red, aromas of toffee, brown sugar and raisins greet the nose. The palate offers more toffee and raisins, with a supporting cast of chocolate and nuts. Rich, full-bodied, smooth and moreish.
– Hazy IPA– ABV: 6.5%– Bells Beach Brewing– 375ml Can
TASTING NOTESHazy, Smooth mouthfeel, Juicy, Citrus, Stone Fruit – Hop tastic. Crafted from a delicious combo of tropical NZ hops, malt and flaked oats, this Hazy IPA’s juicy hop flavours will linger on, like a ride down one of the world’s longest point breaks in Raglan, NZ.
– IPA– ABV: 4.2%– Gweilo Beer– 330ml Can
TASTING NOTESA sessionable crusher that works equally well on it’s own or alongside food (especially spicy Asian cuisine), our Hazy IPA combines a wheat-forward base and a NEIPA yeast to deliver a juicy mouthfeel and decadent haze. A dry-hopping of Vic Secret imparts some delicious tropical & piney notes that help to round out this light and refreshing IPA.
– Pale Ale– ABV: 4.2%– Deeds Brewing– 375ml Can
TASTING NOTESPre Game Pale Ale is a tasty yet smashable Pale using the amazing hop Citra! Whether it’s watching your favourite team or kicking off a big sesh, this flavourful pale is the ultimate pre game routine. It may not guarantee a win for your team or your mates, but your taste buds are odds on favourites for a result. Perfect for any occasion, pre game or otherwise.
– Other– ABV: 5.5%– Modus Beer– 375ml Can
TASTING NOTESSettle into the rhythm and experience a beer not of this world. This one can be closely described as an oat cream style with lashings of lactose and notes of black tea before power sliding and finishing on a pretty sweet note. This beer is smooth and oh so delicious, give it a go!
– Dark Ale– ABV: 5.5%– Mismatch Brewing– 375ml Can
TASTING NOTESA dark beer that is lighter and less roasty than a stout, but maltier and more full than a porter. A combination of several dark malts will bring a combination of coffee, chocolate, caramel, and dark fruit, while Munich and Maris Otter malts give the beer a toasty/biscuity layer. Finished in the brewhouse with a light dose of Centennial hops adds subtly earthy and floral aromas.