This pale pilsner replaces the Kolsch that was previously in Cupitt’s core range. Apparently it’s Griff Cupitt’s knock-off drink, and it’s not hard to see why - it’s bright, it’s clean, and it’s easy-drinking, aptly dubbed a “Refreshing Lager”. Australian Ella and New Zealand Wakatu hops bring a New World dimension to proceedings, with sherbet and lemonade aromas fizzing out of the glass along with the grainy notes familiar to traditional pilsners.
Note that Milton Pilsner is named for the South Coast town near Cupitt’s hometown of Ulladulla; there are no mangoes or famous four-letter-words associated with this lager.
- Australian Pilsner