KOSCIUSZKO PALE ALE 330ML
Kosciuszko is no ordinary name, and neither is its origin. In 1840, explorer and geologist Edmund Strzelecki ascended the highest peak in the Australian Alps and named it Mount Kosciuszko, in honour of Polish freedom fighter Kosciuszko.
The original Kosciuszko Brewery is still pouring refreshing pints of the pale ale amongst the Snowy Mountains in Jindabyne today. Just like its surrounds, the purity of this drop lies in its blend of Pale and Munich malts, and Tasmanian grown Galaxy hops for a wholesome bready malt and yeast character with fruity notes and a crisp finish.