Beer and Cider

33 Products Found

Garage Project (Wellington) Beer 330ml Single Can

Simple is not that easy to brew! Using a single malt (Bohemian Pils), a single hop (Czech Saaz) and only one type of yeast (Budvar Lager). This beer uses quite a lot of hops and will often be considered to be too hoppy for the style, which is a Czech style-Pilsner. Confidence, control and restraint are crucial to creating a good product. It was the first printed can we released. Up until this point all of the cans had been sticker labelled.


Garage Project (Wellington) Garagista 6x330ml Cans 5.8%

A wicked trio of hops that crosses continents brings a large dose of pineapple, lime, and dark berries on the nose, a solid and stong, yet reasonably light-medium bodied malt structure on the palatte to reinforce those hop characters all the way through to the finish.


Garage Project (Wellington) Pils & Thrills 6x330ml Can 5.5

Pils 'n' Thrills is the Garage's irreverent take on the classic Bohemian Pilsner. German malts combined with American Summit hops create a refreshingly crisp, golden beer with a snappy bitterness and lifter lemon citrus notes.



Garage Project (Wellington) Hapi Daze 6x330ml Cans 5.8%

Hapi, the Maori word for hop, inspires this truly Pacific pale ale. Brewed with New Zealand barley and the best of the Kiwi hop harvest, Motueka, Wai-iti, Riwaka and Nelson Sauvin. Assertively Hoppy - exceptionally drinkable.
Subtle and snappy attributes of lime, pear, grapefruit and apple come forward with a nose that exhibits almost kerosene and diesel notes from the Riwaka dry hop.


Garage Project (Wellington) Red Eye Gravy 330ml Can

AKA Poor Man’s Gravy, just fry your ham and deglaze the pan with black coffee. Inspired by this good ol’ Southern staple, we bring you Red Eye Gravy. There’s no ham, but there’s six different malts, corn, maple syrup and, of course, coffee - brewed up to recreate a tasty, rich, dark beer reminiscent of its namesake. Red Eye Gravy, the perfect way to start the day with your ham, grits and biscuits - now equally at home beside a burger. Say yer blessin’, it’s supper time 


Garage Project (Wellington) Triple Day of the Dead 650ml Bottle 11%

It's a lager, but definitely not as we know it. Triple Day of the Dead. Black lager inspired by the Aztec beverage xocolatl - this batch brewed extra strong with smoked chipotle chili, cocoa and agave, then aged for over a year in freshly emptied Tequila barrels, and finished on raw cocoa nibs. Incredibly rich and dark, Triple Day of the Dead possesses a uniquely complex mix of spice, oak, smoke chocolate and restrained chili heat. A true celebration of the dark side.


Moa Blanc (Marlborough) Cherry Sour 375ml

Moa Cherry Sour 2014 Vintage is a barrel fermented and aged cherry sour beer. Brewed with a wheat beer base and whole Marlborough cherries harvested in December 2014, with 12 months in a combination of tank and barrel on both the skins and stones, cherry flavours are very upfront. Farmyard characters are evident from the Brettanomyces yeast and it is tart rather than over acidic. A food friendly beer well matched with Brie or aged Gouda.


Moa Blanc (Marlborough) Sour Blanc 375ml

Moa Sour Grapes is a uniquely refreshing Belgian-style fruit Lambic. This wheat beer base is fermented and conditioned with our house sour microflora. A generous amounts of Sauvignon Blanc grapes, have been left in contact with the wort during fermentation and again in barrel for conditioning. Creating sour characteristics with an herbaceous wine infused flavour.


Te Aro Brewing (Wellington) Dragon APA 6 Pack

The most popular beer from Te Aro,  Dragon APA has a slightly sweet aroma with citrus and herbal pine flavours from Mosaic and Falconer’s Flight hops.The use of Gladfield’s American Ale, Wheat and Medium Crystal malts provide an excellent base for a medium bodied and quaffable APA. 


Te Aro Brewing (Wellington) Razzle Dazzle 6 Pack

Classic Pilsner yeast profile. Dank kiwi hop flavour from Riwaka and a touch of tropical from Nelson Sauvin. Smooth honey malt profile with clean bitterness.
A new style of New Zealand Pilsner, refreshing and tasty.