The WILDE Craft Beer Range
The WILDE craft beer range is produced by Koala Beer Pty Ltd, a proudly Australian Brewing Company founded upon the premise that beer should not only taste great, it should be a clean natural product. Koala Beer brews clean natural beers – WILDE Gluten Free Pale Ale, and WILDE Gluten Free Raspberry Ale.
Koala Beer provides peace of mind for the growing number of health conscious, gluten intolerant and environmentally aware consumers, who demand tasty products to support their healthy lifestyles.
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Award Winning Beer
The Australian International Beer Awards (AIBA) is renowned for celebrating and promoting brewing excellence in both Australia and around the world. The AIBA is the largest competition for the beer industry in the Asia Pacific region. Medals are awarded according to a stringent points system to reflect quality standards.
In 2014 a record number of 1,560 brews were entered from 294 brewers in 31 countries and were assessed by an expert panel of 40 judges from Belgium, Norway, United States, United Kingdom, Japan, Australia, and New Zealand. In that year no Gold Medals in the Gluten-Free section were awarded, so our Silver Medal is the highest rank, and a great honour for Koala Beer Pty Ltd.
Silver (2014 AIBA)
Gold (Brewers Guild NZ)
Bronze (Craft Beer Awards)
Tasting beer is one of the pleasures of life
If you have just tasted something sweet or very bitter your palate will be disorientated and may register exaggerated bitterness. Try again after your palate has had time to settle down.
Start with a fresh palate
Look at the colour of the beer in your glass ...dark?...light?...golden?...pink?
Swirl it around to release the aromas and sniff.
Take a sip and let it sit on your tongue for a moment to warm the beer and release more aromas.
Let the beer cover your tongue so all the taste buds are engaged.
Savor the complex flavours ….nutty?....fruity?....spicy?
The after-taste is important too - usually degrees of bitterness- to give a sense of satisfaction.
Notice that Pale Ale is more bitter/hoppy than a Lager.
Remember, everyone’s taste buds are a little different.