VAT-TO-TAP. Fresh naturally settled Kosciuszko Pale Ale at the Banjo Paterson Inn..
“You can’t get beer any fresher than that”
Built on the spirit of the mountains the refreshing Kosciuszko Pale Ale has becoming a favourite of craft beer drinkers throughout the country. First brewed in Jindabyne, at the Banjo Paterson Inn, the Kosciuszko Pale Ale is a true representation of Beer with Altitude.
Banjo's 600L microbrewery was started by Master Brewer, and industry legend Chuck Hahn in 2009. The brewery is located in public view adjacent to the main hotel entrance. Kosci Pale, as it is known to locals, is brewed fortnightly in the winter, and every three-four weeks in the summer. Next time you're in the mountains stop in for a cold Kosci Pale Ale with Cam, Chuck, Rich & the team.
Ever wondered what it takes to create such a refreshing beer? Take a look at the Kosciuszko ‘Guide to Beer with Altitude' and learn the process of 'the brew'.
STEP ONE: MALT MILL
STEP TWO: MASH TUN / LAUTER
STEP THREE: BREW KETTLE
STEP FOUR: FERMENTATION
STEP FIVE: LAGERING / MOVED TO THE SERVING VESSLES
STEP SIX: FROM THE VESSLES TO YOUR GLASS! VAT-TO-TAP, IT DOESN'T GET ANY FRESHER THAN THAT!
Brewed for enjoyment after a hard day of skiing, hiking, fishing or just relaxing in the mountains, it's an ale that is always in season! Next time you're driving past drop into the Banjo, and try a freshly brewed, VAT-TO-TAP Kosciuszko Pale Ale.