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GABS Hottest 100 Voting is now open

Love Bright? Love beer? Love supporting small, indie brewers? We need your help!

Voting is now open in the annual GABS Festival Hottest 100 Craft Beers Poll – and we’d love to ask for your support in voting for our best-selling Alpine Lager.

A true celebration of Aussie craft beer, the Hottest 100 Craft Beer Poll celebrates the best of the best with a public vote for the best beers of the year.

Competitions like this – which are won by popular vote – are so important to small businesses like ours. They really can be game-changers. But we’re not the biggest craft brewery in Australia, so it can be hard to compete.

Craft lager is on the rise with breweries all over Australia scrambling to meet demand. But we’re ahead of the game – our Alpine Lager has been a leader in its field for years. Crisp, refreshing, enjoyed by beer lovers from all ends of the spectrum – it’s brewed with pure Alpine water and locally-grown hops.

In 2021, your love for Alpine Lager saw it rise from #150-something to #32 in the GABS Hottest 100 Craft Beer Poll, making it the #1 Victorian Lager by an independent brewery.

This year, Alpine has found its way into the hands of even more beer lovers all over Australia and we’d love to see it climb even higher!

If you’d like to hear a little more about what this comp (and this beer!) means to our owner and founder Scott Brandon and the team, you can check out the video above.

Need a little refresher on our crisp and sessionable Alpine Lager? You can grab some online here today.

There are so many amazing craft beers out there and we know your 5 votes are precious. But a vote for Alpine Lager is more than just a beer vote – it’s a vote for outdoor adventure, a vote for small business, and a vote for the future (and to try and bump those pale ales out of the top 10!).

We’d love it if you could help support local, family-owned & independent, by voting #1 Alpine Lager in the GABS Hottest 100 Craft Beer Poll.



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