Monthly Archive:: April 2005

21 Apr 2005

Belgian Beer “Hard to Find” Pack

Belgian Beer “Hard to Find” Pack Rochfort 8 – NEW! Rochfort 10 – NEW! Gouden Draak – NEW! Delerium Tremens Pauwel Kwak Orval Lucifer Gouden Classic Leffe Cuvee Westmalle Double Westmalle Tripel Hoegaarden Grand Cru Any one
21 Apr 2005

I like beer

Rob Greig is the Director of Judging. He’s “kneedeep in kilometres of gas lines and beer lines and heaven knows what else” as he enthuses about his very diverse world. And are the beers as exotic as
20 Apr 2005

Monk’s Habit baptised as champion ale ‘in a class of its own’

Steam Brewing Company head brewer Luke Nicholas said the latest swag of trophies and medals were official recognition that the company continued to operate on a policy of brewing “quality rather than quantity.” “You could say that
20 Apr 2005

Announcing BrewNZ’s celebration of great beer on 28-31 July

Celebrating great beer has never been more fun with the fourth BrewNZ on again in Wellington in July this year. Brewers nationwide will be showcasing their best brews at a range of public tasting events and at
20 Apr 2005

Monteith’s Winter Ale
20 Apr 2005

New Winter Ale from Monteith’s

Developed using a combination of five premium malts, with hints of spicy cinnamon resulting in a rich, bold malty flavour and velvety smoothness, Monteith’s Winter Ale is full in taste. Its cinnamon flavour provides warming characteristics and
19 Apr 2005

Monk’s Habit baptised as champion ale ‘in a class of its own’

“You could say that Monk’s Habit leaves other beers without a prayer,” smiled Luke Nicholas. “This newest collection of plaudits for Monk’s Habit verify this beer as a true New Zealand great. No other beer has won
19 Apr 2005

Silver award for Marlborough beer

More than just fancy packaging, Marlborough’s Moa Beer in a champagne bottle has won silver at the New Zealand International Beer Awards in Nelson. The Moa Brewing Company, brainchild of Marlborough winemaker Josh Scott, is only a
19 Apr 2005

Beer with alpine bite NZ’s best

The Queenstown-brewed beer with a “bite like mountain air” has been named New Zealand’s best draught beer. Dux de Lux’s McNeills Cottage Brewery picked up the award for its new Alpine Ale at the New Zealand International
17 Apr 2005

Monk’s Habit Awards to April 2005

2 x Supreme Champion Beer winner11 x Best in Class15 x Gold10 x Silver2 x Bronze from April 1997 to April 2005