A limited release designed to Macs-im-Mise the theme for the 2004 BrewNZ Festival which was 'Celebrating the Hop'.
This beer is a tasty, German style Pilsener. A light to medium bodied beer, golden in colour with medium head and gentle sparkle. Citrus aromas of grapefruit, tangerine and lemon rind. Aromas follow t
Classy American Pale Ale - Mosaic hops feature strongly on the nose. Tastes of tropical fruits and tangerines. A sweet malty base counterbalanced by the hop bitterness.
An IPA you can drink all day. With a lighter body than many IPAs, Crush is a flavoursome quencher, and at 6% ABV you could put a few away before tucking yourself in. Juicy, mild and fruity.
This refreshing Gose is infused with Horopito and Kawakawa which are aromatic forest plants famous for their wonderfully zesty spice and enlivening tang, which lend them perfectly to this delightful drop! Super fresh, herbal and aromatic.
Bacon Beer. What a combo.Made for the second time in collaboration with Freedom Farms.Technically the style of this beer is a Bock Rachbier, however that doesn't quite have the same ring to it as a Smoked IPA! On the bacon front, this is technically a vegan beer and no bacon is added - however the end taste of this smoky brew tastes like bacon fresh off the grill. *Vegan
The Hazy to destroy all Hazy's and rule the East Coast. Epic and Hazy is a sure thing and this one is packed with fruity characters from Simcoe and Mosaic hops.
Living Beer #4 builds on previous editions with the addition of oats and wheat have the haze levels turned up to the max whilst lashings of blood orange and pomegranate with just a sprinkle of cardamom give this Red Sour Hazy IPA a soft and subtle fruitiness.The Living Beer series is the brewery's way of re-engaging with the foundations of beer. All natural, vibrant and fresh with an emphasis on locally sourced fruits, flowers and spice, this series of beer is vital, unfiltered and importantly, CAN CONDITIONED it is a Living Beer after all.
A slang term unique to New Zealand Sign Language, used to express astonishment or surprise. FUX, that's delicious beer! Brewed to celebrate New Zealand Sign Language Week, FUX is a lush Red IPA, loaded with juicy malt and citrus pineapple heavy Centennial, Citra and Strata hops.
Here in String Theory, the finest, freshest lots of Motueka, Riwaka, Nelson Sauvin and Rakau from Freestyles Sunrise Valley farm are combined in a smooth base of plump barley malt and oats to create a beer showcasing the pick of the crop - no strings attached.
Smoothest smoothie! Brewed with 240gm/L of mango, passionfruit and guava, this imperial sour is lit fam.
Having been aged for two years in barrel before being infused with Nelson Sauving from this years harvest. Delightful fresh hop aroma making for a clean citrus sour.
Made in the style of a Flanders Red Ale, with strong fruit flavours of black cherry and redcurrant. Aging in NZ red wine barrels soured the beer and imparted a hint of vanilla. The key ingredient is time.
A Barrel Aged Dark Raspberry Sour Ale that has been aged for 18+ months in NZ red wine barrels 2nd use Kentucky bourbon barrels.
Sauvage is French for wild, but in their language, it seems so much softer, and that's what this wild brew is. This beer is 100% Brettanomyces, and pours a vibrant straw gold, with lively, yet soft flavours of pineapple, baked stonefruit and coconut. The Sauvage Brettanomyces ferment adds layers of complexity, finishing with a fresh, dry bite.