Four’N Twenty goes fancy with new craft beer pies
The first batch of Four’N Twenty craft beer pies roll out in Coles and Independent supermarkets Australia wide on 9 November 2017.
The three new beef pie varieties close out a year of new flavour creations for Four’N Twenty.
After launching the Beef, Cheese and Vegemite pie as well as the Four’N Twenty Toppers range, the Patties owned company has partnered with Victoria’s Grand Ridge Brewery to create three new flavour combinations.
The new flavours are peppered beef pie with dark stout, smoky-style beef pie with pale ale and classic beef pie with golden ale.
Grand Ridge Brewery founder and Angus beef farmer Eric Walters said he chose to work with Four’N Twenty based on its “stellar heritage and emotional connection with Australia.”
Four’N Twenty General Manager of Marketing & Innovation Anand Surujpal said the company listened to customers when creating this new range.
“With the Craft Beer Pie, we wanted to make sure it was unique and something new that all Aussies will love,” Surujpal said.
Craft Beer Pies are available at Coles Supermarkets and independent supermarkets nationally from 9 November 2017 for $8.65 for a four pack.
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