Non pasteurised beer has more flavour, and is more reliable than bottled beer. The bottling process is also expensive and fiddly, so many great beers never get bottled. Drinking draft beer is the way to taste what the brewer intended.

Hopscotch has imported 1L German made flip top beer bottles, these are sturdy and hold pressure well. We will help you maintain your bottle with replacement rubber washers if you need them.

This beer can last for three to four days in the fridge, for longer term storage, brewery bottled products are more suitable.

Bottle Beers:

Our selection of bottles is under construction, it will be comprehensive.

All Grain Brewing Supplies:

In the future Hopscotch will stock hops and mill grain for you.

  • Garage Project- HapiDaze.   4.7%

    Hāpi is Te Reo Maori for hops, and four varieties of hops from Aoteoroa are combined in this bright pale ale to create intense-but-clean hop character. The delicious flavours of this beer betray the fact that it is merely 4.7%. Highly recommended.

  • Garage Project- Trip Hop   5.6%

    The Trip Hop is a lovely sessionable pale ale that contains no rabbit based ingredients. It is hoppy though, using Pacificica, Motueka and Riwaka along with a good measure of specialty malts.

  • Garage Project Pernicious Weed   8%

    Big hop bomb of an I.P.A from the Garage. Nelson Sauvin and Organic Rakau hops coat your mouth in greasy hop resin and citrus notes. Well balanced with a warming and earthy malt background.

  • Tuatara- Aotearoa Pale Ale   5.8%

    Tuatara's classic pale ale delivers clean hop fruityness (from Pacific Jade, NZ Cascade, Nelson Sauvin, and Wai-iti) coupled with a booming background malt presence.

  • 8 Wired-SUPERCONDUCTOR   8.88%

    Bone dry and ultra hoppy Double IPA. Brewed with 80% more hops than the already extremely hoppy HopWired IPA.

  • 8 Wired Semi-Conductor IPA   4.4%

    IPAs are great, but sometimes you just don't want (or need) the considerable alcohol that comes with most of them. Go the liver-friendly session I.P.A. especially when stuffed with a good swag of NZ and USA hops, like this one!

  • Croucher Low Rider IPA   2.5%

    A great hop kick & low ABV gives you guilt free summer drinking. Interestingly the lack of confounding variables (alcohol) lets you notice the psychoactive action of the hops. This batch is even better than the last, reduced alcohol to 2.5%, but more body from the addition of oatmeal.

  • Garage Project-Pils and Thrills   5.5%

    Fairly classic pils in the European style, but with added Garage Projectness in the form of American grown hops. Lemony, fruity and crisp and clean.

  • Moa- Imperial Stout   10.2%

    Aged in oak Pinot Noir barrels, this beer not only displays coffee and mocha characters but also some sweet and savory notes unique to Moa Imperial. This award winning Stout is seasonally produced and available for short periods each year. The 2016 edition has a higher level of Pinot notes than previous versions.

  • Tuatara Helles Lager   5.0%

    A classic Munich style lager, Tuatara Helles has a soft and lengthy maltiness, balanced with Hallertau hops. Delicious. Lager. Yep, it's alright to use those two words together again.

  • Laughing Bones- Up your Kilt Scotch Ale   6.9%

    True to style fat malt daddy of a red ale, oozing juicy malts with very little bitterness.

  • Kereru Brewing-'For Great Justice' Wood Fired Coconut Porter   4.5%

    Super satisfying Porter, plenty of body for it's weight, with a well proportioned amount of smoky toasty Coconutiness.

  • Bach Brewing - Cray Porter- Contains Crustacea   5.6%

    Stout and shellfish comes from a time when poor Irish ate oysters and drank strong dark beers. This version uses whole crayfish cooked in the brew kettle to provide a slight briney saltyness complemented by the dark roasted malt base. We strongly urge you to open your mind to this beer, it could become a world renowned classic.

  • Behemoth - Brave Bikkie Brown Ale, with coconut and cocoa nibs.   6%

    Possibly the best brown ale with coconut and cocoa nibs in the world. Like a non fibre biscuit.

  • Garage Project - Hops on Pointe 'Champagne Pilsner'   6.7%

    Beer and ballet - an unusual Pas de Deux. Brewed by Garage Project for the Royal New Zealand Ballet, Hops on Pointe teases the boundaries between split soles and gumboots. Brewed with premium German malts, Nelson Sauvin hops and finished with a champagne yeast, the result is a pale gold lager with a crisp, clean palate, rich tropical fruit aromas and tight champagne bubbles.

  • 8 Wired - Super Dank IPA   6.2%

    Dank, but not too Dank, this beer is an excellent addition to our line up of not too strong but very hoppy options. The greasy flowers dominate bringing tropical fruits and citrus, the malt base is pleasingly dry and balanced.

  • Kereru - Moonless Stout   4.5%

    This sessionable straight stout has plenty of roasts malts and nice balance. If your looking for a stout with out chocolate, chilly or seaweed give it a go.

  • Black Sands - Pacific Red Ale   5%

    An accidental double up on the dry hopping created this serendipitous red ale. The upfront bitterness pairs well with the red malt base, giving a very satisfying 5% winter ale option.

  • Pirate Life - Stout   7.1%

    A smooth Stout brewed with Oats, Black and Chocolate malts, EKG, Fuggles and Columbus hops, Pirate Life Stout is perfect for the cooler months. The malts take centre stage with a cacophony of coffee, chocolate and sticky date pudding and a rich creamy mouthfeel thanks to the oats. Columbus smacks the palate with a healthy dose of bitterness while late additions of EKG and Fuggles lend a gentle, earthy spiciness to the beer.

  • Moa - North Pacific WCIPA   6.4%

    Brewed for the 2013 annual Malthouse IPA Challenge, this is a big hoppy West Coast American Pale Ale. With the typical Moa malt balance, and the addition of late hops to give big punchy aromatics, Moa North Pacific is a big beer best drunk fresh and young.

  • Sunshine Brewery - Young Nick's Pale Ale   5%

    Great tropical fruit aromas and flavours balanced by just the right amount of biscuity malt base make this medium bodied beer immortal drinking every day.

  • Sunshine Brewery - Czar Bomb Russian Imperial Stout.   9.6%

    As dark as a black hole and with a rich and complex aroma even more difficult to explain, Czar Bomb explodes on your palate with an intense richness full of complex roasted malt, fruit, alcohol and coffee nuances. This beer has won a gold medal every year for the last three years.

  • Moa -Blackhops Black IPA   5.8%

    Much like a typical IPA, Moa's take on this style has huge tropical hop aromatics, but with a blend of dark roasted malts that add another layer of complexity. Displaying mocha and roasted coffee aromas with a noticeable savoury bitterness, the late hopping with Simcoe and Cascade hops give it an extra aromatic hit.

  • Tuatara - Prince Albert ESB   4.7%

    Old world Fuggles and Goldings hops combine with a hefty malt bill to bring this Extra Special Bitter together. Super nice maltyness and extreme easygoingness.

  • Liberty - Double Halo Imperial Pilsner   7%

    Super clean tasting NZ hopped double pils, boozy like an IPA but drinkable like a pilsner.

  • Bach Brewing - Billfish APA   5.8%

    Billfish is brewed with a boat load of hops including NZ/Aotearoa’s Kohatu and Riwaka, Australian Galaxy, and US Citra and Zythos. Bursting with tropical fruit on a juicy malt base which lets the hops shine. Big flavour that hooks your taste buds.

  • 8 Wired West Island IPA   6.7%

    Aussie hop showcase, Melon, mango, papaya, pineapple, long clean bitterness.

  • Epic - Static IPA   6.3%

    Following on from the hugely popular Magic Dust, Epic have produced a dryer, less alcoholic IPA. This utilises aspects of Hop Harvester (Riwaka) and Mosaic in from Magic Dust.