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The definition of a modern IPA in both in style and delivery. First the can. The label says it all: you can rip the lid off the top to drink from the can. Perfect for camping, parties, barbeques etc. I would advocate pouring it into a glass to appreciate the modern trend towards hazy IPA – it looks like a milkshake and that follows through on the palate with a thick, creamy mouthfeel. Appearance and texture aside this is all about flavour. The haziness comes from not filtering the beer and that helps pack flavour in. A huge juice bomb comes laden with pineapple and passionfruit thanks to Aussie and American hops as well as fruity esters from an English ale yeast. The bitterness is smooth and soft, with just enough bite from the tannins and the yeast to offset the sweet.
- Michael Donalson, local beer guru
This beverage is initially created as a normal beer. Then the alcohol is removed by a process of vacuum and heat thereby retaining the flavour and style of Bitburger Pilsner beer. This a a refreshing beer that is low in calories. So if you want an alcohol free beer, that is low in calories with the same refreshing taste, Bitburger Drive is perfect for you. 0% alc. 500ML Can Best before: 23rd September 2018 Read More
Indulge your curiosity with this stimulating recipe of herbal ingredients recreating an apothecary's cola of yesteryear. The result is a full-bodied, ginger infused traditional Cola that is curiously invigorating! Are you curious? Give one a try! 275ML BOTTLE Read More
Jigger’ is an old English term for a good measure, which is used when combining the juice of eight mandarins and the zest of Seville orange in every bottle. Read More
From a recipe of premium coffees consisting of the better selections of Arabia and Robusta, expertly mixed in huge espresso coffee-makers, CaffŽ Borghetti even today reflects the original process of an old recipe invented by Ugo Borghetti in 1860. Drink it by itself, neat or on ice - also mixed as a base of long-drinks or sophisticated cocktails. Read More