Fat Yak first impresses with its golden colour, distinctive, hop driven, fruity and herbaceous aromas, giving characteristic melon and grassy notes, followed by a lingering smooth hop finish.
Fat Yak pairs well with almost any food, but we reckon you should try it with spicy wedges, chorizo and tomato pizza or an antipasto platter with friends. We do not recommend it with yak, as yak tastes terrible. Even marbled Kobi yak (not a real thing).
|TYPE & STYLE||American Pale Ale|
|HOPS||Pride of Ringwood, Nelson Sauvin and Cascade from the Yakima Valley|
|MALTS||Pale & Crystal (100% Australian malt)|