Exit Brewing Pale

Exit Brewing

Released October 20th, 2017

Exit Brewing's core range has always been one of the quirkier out there. Sure, there's nothing barrel aged or sour, for example, but a lineup of Amber, Milk Stout, IPA and Saison is one free of anything in the lager/golden/kolsch/pale arena, making it distinct from most. But, as we head into summer 2017/18, they've relented and made their second canned release a pale ale – and one that heralds a new look for the brewery. The familiar logo is still front and centre, but it's surrounded by imagery inspired by classic 80s movie Tron: a blue metallic sheen and graphics seemingly lifted from an old Atari.

As for the beer inside, it's an evolution of limited release #014, albeit toned down a little. A blend of American hops and Nelson Sauvin from New Zealand deliver gentle mandarin and grapefruit aromas and tropical flavours in tandem with soft, biscuity malts. It appears to be a pale ale designed for repeat drinking too as the bitterness, while drying and slightly resinous, is potent but stops a long way short of being aggressive.

Exit Brewing

10 Superior Drive
Dandenong South
VIC 3175

0467 730 220
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