Transfer & Pirate Life’s Very Unofficial Beer to Support AUS & NZ Olympic Teams!

Support our athletes with this limited edition, one of a kind beer. The 'Bottoms Up' Session Ale is the unofficial drink of the Winter Olympic Games...

Bottoms Up! It’s time to usher in a new era of Australian & New Zealand snowboard supremacy…We hope!

With the Aussie and Kiwi Snowboard Olympic teams looking stronger than ever, arguably the best teams both countries have sent to compete in the games yet, Transfer and Pirate Life Brewing are dreaming of gold medal fantasies and hoping to inspire a wave of support with the ultimate supporter pack. A new beer. The perfect Winter Olympic Games viewing companion for the big Beijing showdown.

Introducing the ‘Bottoms Up’ Session Ale by Transfer, brewed by Pirate Life Brewing. The very unofficial drink to cheer on the Australian and New Zealand Snowboarders and celebrate their rise to the top.


What better way to support our athletes, than with this extremely limited release of exquisite beer. This isn’t any normal beer, it’s a beer for the books, a collector’s item, a memento of Australia and New Zealand’s global domination at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic Games.

For the Aussies, in the Halfpipe we have 2018 flagbearer, recent X Games Gold Medallist and 2018 Pyeongchang Olympic Bronze Medallist Scotty James looking to bring home the gold at what will be his fourth Olympic Games.

The unstoppable 16-year-old Valentino Guseli who has taken the snowboard world by storm will make his Olympic debut as Australia’s fifth youngest male Winter Olympian ever! Off the back of a successful World Cup season, Valentino is on a mission to land on the podium and chew into some gold. Representing the females is 22- year-old Emily Arthur, who will be competing in her second Olympic Games and is looking to put down a run she’s been dialling in over the past couple years.

In Slopestyle, 23-year-old Matty Cox will be making his Olympic debut and has promised to put it all on the line to take out the world’s best and land on the podium. While, Tess Coady is coming in hot off a gold medal win at the recent Laax Open and is looking to overcome her 2018 Pyeongchang Olympic heartbreak. Tess has been at the forefront of the female competitive snowboard world for the past couple years now and is a definite contender for an Olympic medal in Beijing.

In Snowboard Cross, reigning Olympic silver medallist Jarryd Hughes, Belle Brockhoff and Cam Bolton will compete at their third Olympic Games, Adam Lambert his second, while 2020 Youth Olympic champion Josie Baff and Adam Dickson will make their star studded Olympic debut.

The New Zealand snowboard team is super charged and ready to go in Slopestyle and Big Air course. Arguably the best female Slopestyle rider currently, Zoi Sadowski-Synnott is looking to take home gold and nothing else! Zoi over the past weekend took out two gold medals at the X Games in Slopestyle and Big Air. Her Slopestyle run being claimed as the most progressive run by a female ever in competition.

Joining Zoi on the quest for gold is Cool Wakushima who will be competing in Slopestyle and Big Air. Wakushima has had a solid pre Olympic World Cup competitive season, moving up the ranks and putting down runs that could see a potential podium.

Same goes for Tiarn Collins, also competing in Slopestyle and Big Air, he’s been holding his own in a field of the heaviest riders in the world. Scoring high at each event thus far, he’s looking to put down a run that will soar him onto the Olympic podium.

But don’t let the gold go to your head just yet, this easy-drinking ale is built to withstand even the worst judging. If a 10c can return hasn’t already won you over, how about a stubbie cooler to stick over your highbacks?

All the Olympic action will be kicking off from Saturday 5 February and there’s no better beer to have in hand than the ‘Bottoms Up’ Session Ale. Which comes with 2 x Limited Edition Stubbie Holders and Transfer’s exclusive Bottoms Up Bingo Card.

Purchase the beer here now, in order to have it ready for Saturday 5 February. There’s only a limited run available. Don’t miss out.

*Please don’t throw this limited edition can at the TV.


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