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Brothers Beer Himalayan Rock Salt

Tenzing Norgay is the legendary Sherpa that helped Sir Edmond Hillary traverse the Himalayas, the other thing that the Himalayas are known for is their pink rock salt. Brothers Beer have brewed a one-off seasonal Gose using this salt and in a nod to the mountaineer they have named this slightly tart, 4.5% beer after him. This easy drinking Gose has notes of coriander, peach, with a crisp palate and a clean, slightly briny finish. The perfect beer for consuming before or after mountaineering (just check the weather forecast). 4.5% ABV - 3.8 Standard drinks per litre.

Available at: Constellation Drive Superstore >

$12.99/litre

Epic Rhonda Red IPA

New release from Epic and the newest edition to their Red Series is Rhonda, a Red IPA. It’s unknown the inspiration behind Rhonda as a name for this beer, but we like to think that maybe whilst hitch-hiking down to Nelson, for the annual hop-harvest, Luke may have been picked up by Rhonda, a woman who drove a red Honda? Anyway, true to Epics form is full of hoppy goodness, very drinkable at 6.5% and will please the crowds. 6.5% ABV - 5.1 Standard drinks per litre

Available at: Lunn Ave Superstore >

$12.99/litre

Fortune Favours The Super Naturalist Pale Ale

The Fortune Favours silver bullets (cans) have fast become top sellers at FWD Co and none more so than the Naturalist Unfiltered Pale Ale, so what could be better? A 7% IPA version? Appropriately named the Super Naturalist. This higher-octane version is also unfiltered and loaded with big juicy hop notes and is super smashable… be warned, a couple of these and you may find yourself becoming a naturalist? 7.0% ABV - 5.5 Standard drinks per litre

Available at: Lunn Ave Superstore >

$15.99/litre

Epic Beer Blanket

Being the first Stout Epic has produced in four years, you know it’s got to be good. This beer proves that Luke can do dark beer’s just as good as his IPA’s, this toasty brew is the perfect warmer for those upcoming cold winter nights. Brewed with oats for that creamy texture, some rye malt for a hint of spice and a portion of heavy peated malt giving whiskey smoke – this definitely is a warming, satisfying beer blanket of a brew. 6% ABV - 4.7 Standard drinks per litre

Available at: Constellation Drive Superstore >

$13.99/litre

Panhead Blacktop Oat Stout

This Panhead brew is a silky, velvety, creamy style that is comparative to a liquid Tiramisu. Pouring a deep black, caramelised Golden Naked Oats are the backbone of this smooth and sophisticated stout. Aromas of chocolate, coffee and vanilla follow through to toasty, roasty notes, and hints of exotic spices. Basically, it’s a cup of hot cocoa for grownups and perfectly suited to the cooler months. 5.5% ABV - 4.3 Standard drinks per litre

Fortune Favours The Barrachina Hazy Ale

Ever get that moment when you can’t decide between a Pina Colada and a pale ale? No? Well if you ever have, Fortune Favours has the answer to your prayers. Take a trip to the Caribbean with this hazy number combining pineapple, coconut and tropical hops. Bringing the tropics to us here down under, it’s hard to resist this combination. So chuck on a hawaiian shirt and a lei, grab yourself a flagon of The Barrachina and relax! 5.5% ABV - 4.3 Standard drinks per litre

Available at: Constellation Drive Superstore >

$12.99/litre

Urbanaut Copacabana Brut IPA

Urbanaut are having their 1st birthday, and to celebrate have brewed a Brut IPA. This style of beer is brewed and fermented so that no residual sugars remain in the beer, giving a light body and fine, elegant effervescence. Similar to a fine champagne but with all the hop flavour, this is the best yet from our favourite Kingsland brewery. 7.1% ABV - 5.6 Standard drinks per litre.

Available at: Constellation Drive Superstore >

$14.99/litre

Hallertau Thomson Whisky Barrel Aged Stout

Hallertau have been making their Nocturne Double Stout for a few years now, but this year have created a Thomson Whisky Barrel Aged Edition. A seriously black stout dominated by intense roasted flavours with solid hop bitterness and warming alcohol on the finish. 6 weeks spent in recently emptied Thomson Whisky Barrel adds a rich oak component and a lick of malt whisky. Not for the faint of heart, but certainly for dark beer and whisky lovers! 10.2% ABV - 8 Standard Drinks per litre

Liberty Brewing Green Tuxedo IPA

Liberty Brewing are no strangers to making a great IPA, with Knife Party and Citra being forefronts in any hop head’s repertoire. Adding to the collection of flavoursome IPAs is Green Tuxedo, an extremely aromatic IPA with fresh citrus zest and dark berry flavours leading to orange peel and herbaceous notes with lingering bittersweet flavours. Put on your best green tuxedo and wow your friends with this classy and hoppy IPA. 6.4% ABV - 5 Standard Drinks per litre

Hallertau & Love Bucket I Like Your Speakers IPA

Hallertau have been around on the Auckland beer scene for awhile, and have teamed up with newbies on the Auckland Craft Beer Bar scene, Love Bucket, to make a collaboration West Coast IPA. Brewed with new German hop Ariana which provides herbal, grassy notes and compliments the tropical attack from the Simcoe and Mosaic hops. A clean malt base showcases these hop flavours and leaves a lingering and cleansing bitterness. 7% ABV - 5.5 Standard Drinks per litre

Available at: Lunn Ave Superstore >

$13.99/litre

Epic Hop Picker NZ IPA

The Smiths NZIPA competition is an annual competition where breweries around NZ can flaunt their ability to make great IPAs using NZ hops. It is no surprise then, that the masters of IPAs Epic Brewing, picked up people’s choice trophy for their Hop Picker IPA. Brewed with the classic combo of Motueka and Nelson Sauvin hops, this is a fruit bomb of an IPA with luscious, juicy tropical fruit flavours with gooseberry notes and a clean, refreshing bitterness. 6.1% ABV - 4.8 Standard Drinks per litre

Available at: Lunn Ave Superstore >

$11.99/litre

Mount Brewing Blow Hole Pale Ale

Mount Brewing have been servicing the locals for over 21 years, and finally have the capacity to spread their wings and get their beers to Auckland. Blowhole Pale Ale is a very sessionable ale full of juicy fruit aromas backed by a clean, crips malt body. Using the finest New Zealand hops, this pale ale produces tropical fruit and citrus flavours while still being light and easy-drinking, the perfect after work brew, its just as kiwi as Mount Manganui itself. 4.5% ABV - 3.6 Standard drinks per litre

Funk Estate Super Fly Unfiltered IPA

Unfiltered beers seem to be all that rage these days, this process (or lack of) helps to retain all the desirable hoppy goodness, something this 7% IPA definitely isn’t lacking. This hay-yellow beer is slightly hazy and bursting with zesty citrus and pungent tropical fruit – hallmarks of Rakau, Sauvin and Motueka hops. Moderately bitter and very drinkable. 7% ABV - 5.5 Standard Drinks per litre

Available at: Lunn Ave Superstore >

$13.99/litre

Bach Brewing Kingtide

Kingtide is what Kiwis call the highest tides that wreak havoc on our coastlines when the moon is at its closest point to earth. It’s also now what we call an American and NZ Hop fusion IPA from Bach Brewing that’s won a shedload of medals. Weighing in at a fighting 7% alcohol, it’s not one for the designated drivers, but its full bodied malt backbone and sweet, luxurious mouthfeel mean the piper has to be paid somehow. The combination of the Christmas tree, pine resin characters from the American hops and the tropical passionfruit NZ hops provide just the right amount of pants kick to keep the beer in balance through the long, tidal surge of a finish. Try this IPA with deep-fried food, BBQ meats or Mexican for optimal results. 7.0% ABV 5.5 Standard drinks per litre

Birkenhead Brewing Company Pacific Pale Ale

The second beer from Birkenhead’s favourite craft brewery, this zesty pale ale is named after the historic Hinemoa Street that runs between the port and the village. The street takes its name from the Maori legend of Hinemoa and Tutanekai, two lovers separated by the waters of Lake Rotorua. Tutanekai is said to have lived on Mokoia Island and would serenade Hinemoa every night, his soulful music guiding her canoe as she paddled to meet him for a midnight tryst. If this delicious beer had been around then, he could have just wooed her over a pint – the sweet tropical fruits and resinous pine give way to a seductive palate bursting with citrus zest and juicy fresh grapefruit. At only 4.6%, she wouldn’t have been over the legal drink canoeing limit either. 4.6% ABV 3.6 Standard drinks per litre

Available at: Constellation Drive Superstore >

$11.99/litre

Behemoth 6 Foot 5 IPA

Brewer Andrew Childs isn’t called the beer Giraffe for no reason, he is a very tall man, 6 foot 5 to be precise. People this tall often find themselves playing basketball, cleaning windows or clearing gutters, not Andrew, he makes beer. So this beer is for the naysayers, it’s big and hoppy, full of US and NZ hops and, you guessed it, it’s 6.5 % ABV. Some say this beer is head and shoulders above the rest, a real slam dunk, others say that Steven Adams drinks this after every basketball game, but it doesn’t really matter who you believe. Once you’ve tried this beer you’ll see the tall tales are in fact true. 6.5% ABV 5.1 Standard drinks per litre

Available at: Constellation Drive Superstore >

$12.99/litre

BBC & Ninkasi Beautiful Trouble IPA

Collaboration brews aren’t necessarily a new thing in the world of beer, however it’s not very often that an up and coming Auckland brewery brews with a very well established American brewery. Not to mention the fact that they boast the number one selling IPA on the Northwest making this a truly exciting venture. Beautiful Trouble is an appropriately named beer because, well, it’s beautifully tropical and hopped appropriately and ‘Trouble’ because too many of these and you may find yourself in trouble. 7.0% ABV 5.5 Standard drinks per litre

Available at: Constellation Drive Superstore >

$17.99/litre