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.
Biscuity pilsner malt and distinctive Motueka and Riwaka hops bringing aromas of lemon and lime. Nelson Sauvin for a tart gooseberry hit. Straw coloured appearance, brilliantly clear, with a long lasting white head. Crisp and bitter. Medium dry finish.
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.
Our troublesome original release, named for the problematic first brew day which hugely emphasised its hop bitterness. It’s matured and evolved nicely over the years, with us. Big tropical hop flavour from local varieties with strong bitterness from an English hop to honour its origins, all balanced by plenty of malt.
Falcons stalk the skies, commanding their territory with focus and intensity; a totem for this American Pale Ale.
Our interpretation of the style takes modern U.S. hop flavours of citrus and tropical fruit and lets them soar on a light and nimble body.
For those alarmed by vulgar, sweet concoctions, South presents a dry cider of brilliant clarity brewed from heritage Cox’s Orange apples. Beautifully balanced with a fine acidity, South Cider glows in the glass while supplying the other senses with the perfect level of clean, crisp, refreshment.
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.
Moore Wilson’s began life in Wellington as a general wholesale merchant.
From the day the doors opened, it’s been a family business, managed day-to-day by the Moore family.
You will find the family has a very hands-on approach, and this is reflected in the friendly personality and character of the stores.