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A strong fine ale combines the malty taste with a smooth raisin finish. Dark copper with aromas of coffee and raisins, and dried fruit flavours on the palate wrapped in a malty, rich body.
Greene King is a British brewery established in 1799 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. It has grown to become the largest British owned brewery in the UK . It was established in 1799 by Benjamin Greene, the great-grandfather of the writer Graham Greene and his brothers Hugh (television executive) and Raymond (Everest mountaineer and physician). Greene King brews all of its beers in Bury St Edmunds, where ale has been a feature of life since at least as far back as 1086.
For Great Justice is a delicious, smooth brown porter made with all NZ malt and hops. Biscuit, brown, and chocolate malts meld beautifully with freshly toasted coconut. Serve cool but not chilled to allow the coconut to shine through. The bird on the label is New Zealand’s Kororā (or Little Blue Penguin). 4.5% abv. Read More
"Phantom Lord is the offspring of somewhat confused parentage. In the way of stouts, it’s black as tar, with an opulent roast and chocolate notes. But it’s hopped like an American Style Pale Ale. Then fermented with English Ale yeast. All of which results in a splendidly complex array of deep, satisfying maltiness balanced with a fruity, resinous hop aroma and flavour. So it turned out alright in the end." - Emerson's 5.8% abv. Read More
Big Pigeon Pilsner is a bright, tasty NZ pilsner with bold Nelson Sauvin and Motueka hop flavours, balanced just right with malt sweetness and a bright, clean finish. 5% abv. Read More
A Pacific style Pilsner with grapefruit, tropical and sauvignon blanc characteristics stacked up against a malty base. Awards: Best in Class BGNZ '15 Gold BGNZ '15 Silber BGNZ '14 5.2% abv. Read More