Many Australian brewers follow developing trends from the US craft beer scene, when a style or a technique has a breakthrough over there, you can bet your buttcheeks that a few months later a local crack at the title will emerge. Late 2021 saw a number of dip hopped IPA beers, and given the meteoric rise of Lager lately, it was just a matter of time before someone put two and two together. The dip hop method aims to reduce the grassy or onion flavours that hops can impart by hopping the beer after cooling, but prior to fermentation. This is a pretty big, oomphy Lager that retains the drinkability you'd expect with a few fruity hop influences that you wouldn't expect. It's good fun.
$8.50 per tin. Buy any 6+ tins and pay $6.80 per tin.