Wolf PUP - Hazy Australian Pale Ale
Wolf PUP - Hazy Australian Pale Ale
Wolf PUP - Hazy Australian Pale Ale
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Wolf PUP - Hazy Australian Pale Ale

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Meet the Wolf PUP. He’s your new wingman, your co-pilot, your new best mate. He'll always be at your side to kick the footy, cook that BBQ, and take the big dog for a walk - your local and trusty companion. 

This crisp and easy drinking Hazy Australian Pale Ale has a little light ale malt, with rolled oats and wheat added to give it a little haze. Some Warrior hops to keep it low on the bittering, and the perfect amount of Enigma tropical fruit hops to round out this tasty, smashable beer.

Hops Warrior and Enigma

Malt Ale malt, rolled oats and wheat

IBUs 24

Finish Clean and crisp

4.0% ABV

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Food match

Easy: Beer battered fish and chips with a wedge of lemon and tartar sauce on the side

Medium: Buffalo wings with carrot and celery sticks with a side of blue cheese sauce

Harder: Light Australian Pale Ales are the perfect match with white meats, including chicken burgers and all manner of spicy dishes like noodles and curries. Let's face it, you cant beat the old Sunday Roast! Dust off the Webber and spark up the coals to cook up your Honey-Rosemary Roast Chicken, with rosemary crusted potatoes, cauliflower cheese and grilled asparagus. Not only is this a match made in heaven, this beer is also the perfect sipper whilst preparing your feast. 

Cooking with Beer

Braising in beer is common in beer-drinking nations such as Belgium. The flavour permeates the ingredients, whilst tenderising. An Aussie pale ale is best for chicken and pork. For a easy but very tasty dish try cooking our Chicken braised in Wolf PUP Australian Pale Ale