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A 7-time award-winning Kiwi take on the German black lager. Schwarzbier is an elegant German beer style that delivers smooth, rich malt flavours with hints of chocolate and coffee and a clean, dry finish.
"Despite their job title, the 11th century Bavarian Monks of Kulmbach were just as concerned about the physical happiness of their fellow man as they were spiritual. “If any man is thirsty, let him come to me and drink” said Christ. “Too right!” replied the Kulmbach monks as they poured another jug of their signature Bavarian Black Lager. “Nice one” said all the Catholics in the area at the time." - Zeelandt
Best Before: February 2021 - Although this beer is short-dated, we have been assured it'll drink well up to 12 months past this date. If however you're not satisfied, we'll refund or replace, it's all part of out 100% guarantee.
Crafted from a specially made experimental hop, it's a Pale Ale with rich aromas of ripe pear entwined with cedar and citrus hop characters. Read More
Lusciously cloudy with juicy fruit notes of tropical pineapple and mint. 5.5% abv. Read More
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... 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