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Kiwi Beer

With beer being the most popular alcoholic drink in New Zealand, it should come as no surprise that the country is home to some excellent breweries. Nestled between the wineries where some of the world's best Sauvignon Blanc is produced, the craft breweries of New Zealand put together an excellent selection of brews, from the intensely-hopped IPAs to rich, chocolatey porters.

New Zealand is also where the Nelson Sauvin hop originates - a favourite of American pale ale brewers. The aroma of the Nelson Sauvin somewhat mimics the Sauvignon Blanc grape vibrant, zesty flavour profile, hence why the name is rather similar indeed.

Moa Southern Alps White IPA

50cl, 6.4%
Moa Brewing Company

A fusion of Belgian Wit and IPA from Moa (say 'more') Brewing Company in New Zealand made with Nelson Sauvin and Citra hops as well as Vienna and Pale Wheat malts.  More info

Moa Southern Alps White IPA

Moa Imperial Stout

50cl, 10.2%
Moa Brewing Company

A French oak aged Stout from New Zealand hopped to over 100 IBUs. This is one you could cellar.  More info

Moa Imperial Stout

Renaissance Grandmaster IPA

50cl, 8.5%
Renaissance Brewing Company

A "fresh-hop" Double IPA here from New Zealand's Renaissance Brewery. They use fresh Wai-iti hops for this - and by fresh, they mean they get the hops off the vine in the morning, drive them to the…  More info

Renaissance Grandmaster IPA

Renaissance Fresh Hop Black The RIPA

50cl, 6.6%
Renaissance Brewing Company

From the Renaissance Brewery's Enlightenment range comes Black the RIPA, a Black Rye IPA. Get it? Clever. So what they've done is blend together pale ale malt, malted rye, some speciality rye and…  More info

Renaissance Fresh Hop Black The RIPA

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