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  1. Very hoppy for an ESB - Rich malty base meets big hop profile. Dubbed a new world ESB for its use of German malts, NZ hops, and American Yeast
    $6.95 Can
  2. Bitter, yes. Intensely hoppy, absolutely. Too much, never.
    $5.50 Can
  3. Turbine Pale Ale, brewed with a bright golden, juicy malt base, balanced with a thirst quenching bitterness and bursting with citrus and tropical hop character, it’s a beer that’s engineered to be enjoyed.
  4. Rich, resinous, pine and plum. This beverage exudes the qualities of a beer that has married a fine port and procreated. Notes of sweet plum, raisin, pine and berries in a viscous environmentits a satisfying sipper.
    $19.95 Bottle
  5. Pils 'n' Thrills is the Garage's irreverent take on the classic Bohemian Pilsner. German malts combined with American Summit hops create a refreshingly crisp, golden beer with a snappy bitterness and lifter lemon citrus notes.
  6. Kettle soured wheat, lightly salted and infused with white peaches - a delicate three way salty, sweet and sour balancing act. A little bit of white mischief in a beer where anything gose.
  7. Bliss, a state of complete happiness and harmony. You can find it in the most familiar of things. Sun, freshly cut grass, the smell of a BBQ - in the right combination even the simplest elements can elevate an experience to another level.
    $20.95 6 Pack
  8. Beer and ballet - an unusual Pas de Deux. Brewed by Garage Project for the Royal New Zealand Ballet, Hops on Pointe teases the boundaries between high and low culture.
    $4.50 Can
  9. Aro Noir is a pitch black and full flavoured stout.
    $4.50 Can
  10. A juicy, hazy, hop bomb with a surprisingly restrained alcohol content. A generous addition of Golden Naked Oats and Mosaic, Columbus and Strata hops create a beer bursting with flavour, with a balance and body belying its moderate strength. A delicious hoppy offering that’s more than a match for even the richest burger.
  11. Lemongrass take the first speaker role, leaving the grapefruit and coriander seed to collaborate in the middle with the final word coming from the kaffir lime. Overall the experience is floral, herbaceous and supported by citrus. A very aromatic and botanical beer that will broaden peoples horizons.
    $8.95 Can
  12. Embrace the Garagista spirit - ignore convention, experiment, test the limits, and look at things a little differently. Brewed and double dry hopped with New Zealand, Australian and US hops, resulting in tropical, resin and pine flavours. Great things can come from the garage.
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