As of today, reality star and media personality Abbie Chatfield can add one more thing to her long resume: her own beer brand.

Abbie announced the launch of her beer, Spill, today via social media. The 27 year old shared multiple photos promoting the beer, as well as a short video ad.

In the promo clip a male voice can be heard saying: “That’s my kind of beer.”

Then camera then flicks to Abbie wearing a hi-vis get up and cracking open a beer. “Yeah, it’s also my kind of beer,” she tells the camera.

Her voice can then be heard saying “Spill. Easy-going lager. It’s also your kind of beer,” over the top of a close up of the drink.

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Speaking of her new endeavor in a press release, Abbie said: “I know that the thought of me starting a beer may seem left of field to some, but anyone who knows me knows that beer is always my go-to drink,” she said.

“Being an easy-going lager, there’s a perfect lightness to Spill, while still being a classic beer that I know everyone can enjoy  — even those who are traditionally steering clear of ordering a beer with dinner.”

Spill is available now at Liquor Land and First Choice Liquor Market.

Abbie appeared on Matt Agnew’s season of The Bachelor and ultimately came runner-up when Matt picked Chelsea McLeod to give his final rose too.

However, after filming wrapped on The Bachelor, Abbie has managed to carve a very successful media career and went on to star in (and win) I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Outta Here Australia. She started her podcast It’s a Lot in March 2020, and moved into radio to host Hot Nights with Abbie Chatfield in January of this year. She recently wrapped filming as a judge for The Masked Singer and was named one of Australia’s top 10 media figures last month by MediaWeek.

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