KOSCIUSZKO PALE ALE
An individual, driven by a pioneering spirit, can take us to places we only dared to dream about. It is only by challenging our limits that we discover what we are truly capable of. One such pioneer, explorer and geologist Edmund Strzelecki, first ascended Australia’s highest peak in 1840, naming it in honour of Polish freedom fighter Kosciuszko.
The original Kosciuszko Pale Ale was created to challenge the limits of the traditional Australian pale ale. While it is not necessary to conquer a mountain of your own, metaphorical or otherwise, to fully enjoy this unique pale ale, you’ll find it particularly refreshing after a hard day of skiing, hiking, fishing or just relaxing, with the spirit of the Snowy Mountains embodied in every refreshing sip.