Introducing the Nectaron® hop from NZ Hops, bringing intense tropical fruit aromas to the party. This NZ IPA has been hopped at multiple stages through its brewing journey, mellow out all that hoppy goodness with the toastiness of NZ Ale Malt and Cassels' House Ale Strain and the result is the almighty brew you could soon have in your hand.
This crushing double IPA, named for the legendary hop that predominates, is one of New Zealand craft brewing’s original palate benders, famous for squeezing every last drop of flavour and aroma from its American namesake. Strong notes of citrus shouldn’t surprise anyone who reads the label.
Fresh tropical fruits on the aroma of a well-balanced, full-bodied pale ale, that’s ideal for enjoying all afternoon. A subtle bitterness, Taiheke and Amarillo aroma hops coming forward with fruity and spicy notes. A mix of pale malts showcased as a light auburn appearance.
Yakima is actually a region in the state of Washington USA where some of our favourite hops are grown. This monster of a Pale Ale showcases several of those hops. “It’s a easy drinking beer, flavoursome enough for your father ‘n law to exclaim "wow - that’s fruity!” yet complex enough for any green blooded hop-head to appreciate.
Our feathered friends see the world differently. Through birds’ eyes, things might look almost psychedelic to us, with heightened colours and fresh hues forming a surprising new spectrum. This hazy, citrus and stonefruit accented IPA with a mellow, soft and silky texture gives a similarly refreshing change of perspective.
Speaking of shiny objects, this all-kiwi Pilsner, packing Nelson hops and a Gladfield malt base, radiates star power from the first pour. Pilsner obsessives can look forward to the heavenly glow of zesty lime citrus and tropical passionfruit balanced on rye-cracker malts with a hint of caramel sweetness.
Pale golden colour with a foamy white head. Light biscuity malt notes carry the hops. A mix of American Citra and NZ Cascade hops give the beer a bright and vibrant citrus burst. Crisp and drinkable. Lower in alcohol than most IPAs.
Here’s proof that keeping things real shouldn’t entail dumbing it down. Oh Brother is Liberty’s idea of what a street-smart pale ale should be. The coolly modulated US hop character of mangoes and passionfruit fused with biscuity malts makes it oh so easy to have one more. And maybe one after that.
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.
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.
Hops have taken over the world. Permeated the senses of the minions. Hop Zombies now roam the streets. Lupulin ichor oozing from ravaged legions. Gorging, gouging, masticating. Salivating over insane hop flavours and aromas. The time is nigh. No more festering away in hopless oblicion. Join the Hop Zombie Revolution.
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From the day the doors opened, it’s been a family business, managed day-to-day by the Moore family.
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