All Inn opened in 2012, at a time when the Aussie craft beer scene couldn't get enough of American style pale ales, and always had an APA available in their regular offering. When the brewery was rebranding and reconfiguring its core range ten years later, a few things changed… but the presence of their bangin’ pale ale didn’t. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
Clear and bitter and laced with specialty malts, All Inn’s Pale Ale is flowing with pine and citrus aromas from the solid lineup of Amarillo, Simcoe, Mosaic and Cascade hops. In the mouth there are a few different things going on – a dry and moreish mouthfeel, a zap of citrus on the tongue, a hit of bitterness at the sides of the jaw, a touch of tackiness at the finish.
Tastes like 2012 – in a very good way.