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Down here in the Edinburgh of the south, we like to call a spade a spade. Thats why we called our pale ale, Pale Ale. It has everything you want in a pale ale called Pale ale - a blend of American hops give it the signature flavour, and late dry hopping lends a tropical fruit aroma. Or, as we say down here, it tastes good.
Here are your favourite Emerson's brews in a convenient 6-pack, in 330ml sized bottles. Each pack contains 1Â bottle of each of: Pilsner 4.9%A Kiwi classic, Emersonâ€™s Pilsner beautifully showcases Nelson grown Riwaka hops. It's overt fruitiness oozes citrus and passionfruit aromas and flavours, and begs comparison with Marlboroughâ€™s world-beating Sauvignon Blancs. The beerâ€™s palate shows a hint of early malt sweetness but develops a lengthy dry finish. So not a bad drop then. Bookbinder 3.7%A wonderfully drinkable interpretation of a classic English ale. Bookbinder is a blend of four malts combined with two classic Nelson grown European hops (Fuggles and... Read More
"The key to creating a silky death metal monster like this is the caramelised Golden Naked Oats we’ve built it around. Sophisticates will detect the chocolate and coffee notes of creamy tiramisu. The rest of us will note that it matches our jeans." - Panhead Awards: Bronze BGNZ '15 5.5% abv. Read More
The XPA is an Extra Pale Ale due to a lighter malt base. Lusciously flavoured with notes of mango, guava, lychee and pineapple making for an easy-drinking yet flavoursome beer. Awards: Gold BGNZ '15 Bronze BGNZ '14 4.6% abv. Read More
"In hot rodding a Rat Rod is a chopped, low slung, rough and rusty special, designed for go more than show. A little like a classic hazy IPA in other words. There’s a monster American hopping regime inside this unfiltered diamond, throwing the juicy orange and fruit salad characters forward without too much bitterness or malty sophistication." 8.5% abv. Read More