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Chestnut-coloured with a yellowish head in the glass with typical aromas of roasted malt, coffee and nuts. This unique seasonal ale has a dry, smoked, herbal taste and vigorous bitterness that surprisingly merge with the undertone of liquorice. Bitter-sweet, long-retaining dry aftertaste of roasted coffee.
Without a doubt, pils (also called ‘pilsner’) is Germany’s favourite style of beer. Fans of this style of brewing enjoy the dry, bitter flavour and light colour that is typical of the beers it produces. The name originates from the Bohemian town of Pilsen in the Czech Republic, where it was first produced in 1842, and Bitburger been brewing this style of beer to perfection in Bitburg since 1883. In fact, they used the term "Pilsener" as an official designated beer style in Germany, way back in 1883. And over the years it’s grown extremely popular – throughout Germany and... 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
"Inspired by the spirit of the shaka – a gesture of kia ora, mateship and good karma. OUen used by surfers and commonly known as ‘hang loose’. Shaka's are kind of like waving, except your thumb and pinkie finger protrude from a fist. "Shaka Bro" can translate to 'hello', 'what's up' and 'chur bro’, or ‘let’s have a drink’." - Bach Brewing Sparkling golden in the glass with aroma’s of citrus, peach and a touch of honey. A Crisp, dry and sessionable lager that's refreshing and perfectly paired with summer. Alcohol: 4.5% Read More
Chocolate malt and real dark chocolate are combined with Young’s award winning rich, full flavoured dark beer to craft a satisfyingly indulgent, but never overly sweet experience. Unsurprisingly for a beer from the Young’s stable, Double Chocolate Stout has been recognised as an award-winning brew on several occasions. Luxurious and at the same time with a hint of decadence, Young’s Double Chocolate Stout has it all, delivering a satisfying, indulgent taste without ever becoming overly sweet. Pale Ale and Crystal malt, Chocolate Malt, a special blend of sugars, Fuggle and Golding hops, real dark chocolate and chocolate essence are combined... Read More