This Melbourne brewery has released a tropical beer inspired by our vacation-loving Prime Minister

This Melbourne brewery has released a tropical beer inspired by our vacation-loving Prime Minister

Public Brewing Co. has gone all the way to the top with the launch of the Hop MorrisCan Tropical Pale Ale

With their refreshing, juicy taste, cloudy appearance and unique aroma, tropical ales are one of the most refreshing and fastest-growing beer categories in the craft-beer market and now there’s one golden tinnie you’ll want to get your hands on.

Hot on the heels of Public Brewing Co’s sell-out Dan AnBrews light beer, it’s time to get on the beers – responsibly – with Scotty from Marketing. This time around, Public Brewing Co has gone full strength with the launch of the strictly limited release Hop MorrisCan Tropical Pale Ale, inspired by the Prime Minister’s infamous summer vacation to Hawaii back in 2019.

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Whether it’s planning a getaway, hanging for the pub or prepping for a picnic, this Tropical Pale Ale is ideal for all occasions. Refreshing and fruity in flavour, the brew has been crafted to be thoroughly enjoyed. Packed full of Australian grown hops, it’s best enjoyed with friends, when we can.

“Just like we did with Dan AnBrews, The Public Brewing Co. has released Hop MorrisCan with entirely good intentions,” head brewer Gab Porto said of the new limited release beer.

“It’s a tough time for everyone, and we want to put a smile on faces around the country. We all want to get out to visit family, friends, and far away tropical places. While many of us can’t do that just yet, at least we can dream. This is a great beer to share; even if it is over Zoom or Facetime.”

Hop MorrisCan Tropical Pale Ale is a strictly limited release, sold in a four-pack box and available for pre-order now.


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Each box is individually numbered and is available for pre-order now through the Public Brewing Co. website. For those who live locally to The Public Brewery bottle shop (13 Lacey St, Croydon VIC), pick-up is available from October 20.