In this carefully curated box you'll receive our flagship IPA, and other rotating beers every month, featuring our latest releases. The Beer Explorer Subscription is a great way to keep beers fresh in your fridge, and try new beers each time we release them.
Featured in the October 2021 Beer Explorer:
2 x IPA (5.8%) looks a sunset gold, and has aromas of lemon, herbs, and fresh cut hay. On the palate it has grassy notes, mandarin flavours, and a huge yet balanced hoppy finish.
2 x Brain Fog Hazy IPA (6.7%) looks light orange and hazy, and has aromas of passionfruit, citrus, and stone fruit. On the palate it’s smooth, full bodied, and juicy. Contains Lactose
Beer Explorer subscriptions renew every calendar month, and orders will be shipped from the brewery on the day of the month that you subscribe. Cancel your subscription any time, or get in touch with us if you'd like to pause your subscription.
Another great explorer pack. Cheers Geoff
Not at all convinced that adding Raspberries to beer is a good idea
I didn't enjoy raspberry IPA
Another great explore pack, loved this month's flavours. Just one thing the courier is getting a bit rough, you might want to consider extra packing when you're sending stuff outside of Hamilton. Cheers Geoff
The hazy was a favourite, full bodied flavour, very tasty. Quite liked the ipa, not as strong as the hazy. The raspberry was very different, but it grew on me.
Love the Hazy series, takes me back to home brew days at university
I love the mix of my favorite beers. Cheers Geoff
I enjoyed the beach beer this week on the two hottest days of the summer so far. Very easy drinking and tasty.
The IPA is always great.
Loved the new Beach beer! Nice and refreshing
Like the monthly pre order, good communication courier etc.
This last pack had the pavlova beer, it is quite sweet but I shared a squealer with the son-in-law and 1 glass each was nice and just enough. Cheers Geoff
Everything I have tried is top notch.
This month I gave the beers a rest and got a 4 pack of ciders. I really enjoyed them all, the passionfruit was my absolute favourite.