Emerson's Mixed Craft Beer Six Pack (6x 330ml Bottles)

Here are your favourite Emerson's brews in a convenient 6-pack, in 330ml sized bottles. Each pack contains 1 bottle of each of:

  • Pilsner 4.9%
    A Kiwi classic, Emerson’s Pilsner beautifully showcases Nelson grown Riwaka hops. It's overt fruitiness oozes citrus and passionfruit aromas and flavours, and begs comparison with Marlborough’s world-beating Sauvignon Blancs. The beer’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 Riwaka). The beer pours an attractive reddish brown, with a cream coloured head. Bookbinder has a sweet, perfumey, malt and hop aroma with a soft, malty, fruit and vinous palate that is both full flavoured and refreshing with a long, gently drying finish.
  • 1812 5.0%
    One of New Zealand’s first new generation pale ales and now a classic, Emerson’s 1812 is in our humble opinion a masterpiece of balance. Pouring a bright amber hue beneath a deep cream coloured head, the aroma hints at caramel offset by a light fruitiness. Medium bodied, the palate first offers a marmaladey combination of ripe citrus and caramelised malts before the resiny hops bring home a lingering dry finish.
  • Porter 5.0%
    Porter is the oldest commercially brewed style and London Porter was Emerson’s first beer. Dark, dry and mellow with some hoppy characteristics, pours a deep brown colour with reddish tints.
    The aroma is toasty, with a hint of sweetness and some earthy hop notes. Firm-bodied but not heavy, with a creamy texture, the dryish palate is full of roasted malt, coffeeish notes and a sustained bitterness.
  • Big Rig 5.2%
    Big hops tropical fruits and citrus flavours are underlined with a malt base. A big beer that's satisfying and brooding.
  • Phantom Lord Stout 4.0%
    Exercise. Fresh Air. Connecting with nature. All fine reasons to get amongst the great outdoors. But we know the real motive - a well-deserved beer at the end of it all. Hop Wops is lightly tropical in flavour with a fresh hoppy finish, making it the perfect beer for the middle of nowhere. Also tastes pretty good in the middle of somewhere.

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