Beer Analysis – Fat Yak Pale Ale

Beer Analysis – Fat Yak Pale Ale

Fat Yak Pale Ale Stubby

Name: Fat Yak Pale Ale

Brand:Fat Yak

Brewer: Matilda Bay Brewing Company

Type: Ale

Style: Pale Ale

Region: South East Australia



Brewers Description: Fat Yak first impresses with its golden colour, distinctive, hop driven, fruity and herbaceous aromas, giving characteristic passionfruit and melon notes, followed by a whack of hop flavour at the finish. The taste is refreshingly clean on the palate. Fat Yak is engineered in the Garage Brewery from natural ingredients, including premium malts, American Cascade hops and a hint of New Zealand Nelson Sauvin hops. Enjoy any time of year.

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1 Justin March 23, 2010 at 2:44 am

This is a bloody great drop and one which many have been searching for. It is simply a bloody tasty beer, It’s combination of flavours hit the spot just right (not too hard and not too soft) try it by the Slab, not by the 6-pack… trust me.

2 steve April 20, 2010 at 1:52 pm

Fat Yak is Awesome! in has an Orangy hue to it and a nice head that is not quite white. It has a malty scent with a hint of floral aroma hops. It tastes sweet without being too sweet and has interseting herbal and floral flavours to it, It is heaps better then your average pale ale… I hope you bought more then one, cause your going to want another…

3 Skinner April 20, 2010 at 1:59 pm

This Pale ale has a nice amber colour to it, with a good head. It smells citrusy and hoppy. It Tastes sweet with floral hops and a citrus-fruity twist to it, It doesn’t have a very strong bitterness to it but enough to balance out the sweetness. I found it refreshing and drinkable without being exceptional. I would drink it again.

4 peter July 3, 2010 at 6:22 am

november 2009 was the first time i had tasted the fat yak and have not bought any other beer since. The best beer

5 Gavin Wainwright July 23, 2010 at 10:11 am

Tried Fat Yak Pale Ale for the first time tonight – smooth and flavoursome malty. Very easy on the tongue and a great drop all round **** out of *****

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