The Top Beers from Australia

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What are the most well-known, widely produced and popular beers from Australia? This list includes the top beers in Australia, along with photos of the Australian beer logos, when available. This list of Australia beers is alphabetical, but if you're looking for a specific beer you can search for it by using the "search" feature below. Various bits of information for these Australia beers are available below, such as what brewery makes them and what percentage of alcohol the beers contain. This list has everything from Foster's Lager to Carlton Draught.

This list answers the questions, "What is the most popular beer in Australia?" and "What is the best beer in Australia?"

You can click on the names of Australian beer brands in order to get more information about them. 

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    • Brewery / Brand: Coopers Brewery
    • Style: Pale ale
    • Region: Australia
    This beer is brewed in South Australia, and is unique due to its top fermentation and bottle conditioning. This gives the beer a cloudy appearance, due to the yeast residue remaining in the bottle.
    • Brewery / Brand: James Boag's
    • Region: Australia
  • Carlton Draught
    3
    4.7% alcohol
    658 votes
    • Brewery / Brand: Carlton & United Beverages
    • Region: Australia
    Carlton Draught is a 4.6% pale lager made in Australia by Carlton & United Breweries.
  • Little Creatures Pale Ale
    4

    Little Creatures Pale Ale

    5.2
    482 votes
    • Brewery / Brand: Little Creatures Brewery
    • Region: Australia
  • Coopers Brewery Sparkling Ale
    5
    339 votes
    • Brewery / Brand: Coopers Brewery
    • Style: Ale, Golden ale
    • Region: Australia
  • Victoria Bitter
    6

    Victoria Bitter

    0.046% alcohol
    719 votes
    • Style: Bitter
    • Region: Victoria, Australia
    Victoria Bitter (VB) is a lager produced by Carlton & United Breweries, a subsidiary of Foster's Group in Melbourne, Victoria. It was first brewed by Thomas Aitken at Victoria Brewery in 1854, and is ...more