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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.
A full-flavoured, mid-strength amber red ale made with Gladfield Shepherd’s Delight red malt and crystal malts for colour. It is hopped with NZ Rakau and NZ Goldings hops for a mildly bitter and creamy finish. We used enough malt that we could have made a much stronger beer, but with precise control in the mash tun, we’ve crafted a brew which is very big on flavour and yet only weighs in at 2.5% ABV. This is the perfect beer to drink and responsibly enjoy yourself. 2.5% abv. Read More
Panhead describe the taste experience as "kicking you in the taste buds and departing with more bitterness than a Palm Springs divorce". The hops are big and aromatic so highly recommended for those who like the hops. Top Beer SOBA '16Silver BGNZ '15Bronze BGNZ '14 5.7% 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
This American IPA is overflowing with a trio of juicy hops from the US of A, making it super-fresh tasting with tropical and citrus flavours. We highly recommend not shaking it before use! Slight Hoppy, Balanced and more on the bitter side! 5.8% abv. Read More