Bomber Brewing Co. – Park Life Passion Fruit Ale

Bomber Brewing Co. – Park Life Passion Fruit Ale


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3.9 out of 5


  • Type: Fruit Beer
  • Brand: Bomber Brewing Co.
  • Pros:

    A unique and sour summer session beer

  • Cons:

    Not a typical beer by any means and is rather light

  • Conclusion:

    A fruity and unique summer beer with a sour kick

Bomber Brewing Co. – Park Life Passion Fruit Ale Review

Bomber Brewing Co. - Park Life Passion Fruit Ale Review In the spirit of summer and days spent in the park Bomber Brewing has taken a fruit-filled stance on sessionable beers. The Park Life Passion Fruit Ale was brewed with 7% passion fruit juice to give it a unique and fresh taste on summer. Sold in 6-packs of cans the Park Life pours as a very cloudy colour topped with a finger’s worth of head which settles without a trace. A sharp, juice-like aroma comes from the beer with a defined sour-passionfruit tone. Not resembling much of a beer in the flavour the Park life is rather unique. The flavour is light bodied with a crisp and fresh sour tone. The passion fruit flavour is rather juice like but as it mellows the malt tones from what appears to be a blonde ale emerge. If you are looking for a classically style beer you have come to the wrong place. If you like the idea of a raddler though with a bit of  a sour and tropical kick to it the Park Life is a great tasting, very sessionable summer beer!


Alcohol – 4.5%
Size – 6 x 355ml
Price – $13.80 (Craft Retailer)


Bomber Brewing Co. - Park Life Passion Fruit Ale ReviewBomber Brewing Co. - Park Life Passion Fruit Ale Review

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  1. mikescraftbeer
    mikescraftbeer 26 May, 2015, 08:24

    I have only had this on tap so far but it is quite enjoyable. I will most likely be picking up a 6 pack of this when the temperature rises again.

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  2. David Christie
    David Christie 16 July, 2016, 22:42

    I had a “sour-bitter” beer a few months ago as the trend picked up and it wasn’t good, it was sour candy like. This beer was pushed on me by knowledgeable staff when I said I wanted a flavourful beer but not candy like – to say I was hesitant would be a great understatement – but this beer far exceeded expectations. I’d buy this all summer and in fact will buy some as soon as I can find a 6 pack where I live!

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