Keg beer is unpasteurised and cool chained from the brewery, creates no waste in packaging and saves you money.
There is a minimum pour of 1000ml, will fill your own vessel or supply (10$ deposit) returnable glass bottles.
The Coaster and Mandrake beers are our own.
Hopscotch will keep this list current, all you need to do is rinse your bottle, and make some decisions... tasters are free!
Trans Pacific hopping and a big malt bill equals a massive IPA. The Aussie hop Galaxy has been swapped out for the less nasal Ella, plus more Simcoe brings balance - a truly intercontinental experience.
An American style stout brewed with lots of chocolate malt and U.S Centennial Hops. On the nose you get the citrus from the hops first then the roasty malts. This is not a sweet stout, it's got a solid body but not chewy.
Fat and juicy with all the goodness of this seasons American hops. Large and sweaty nose, with hairy nostrils of Hop Resin Boogers.
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 extra, extra pale ale is extra hoppy, and very pale. A dangerous combination of smoothness and booze, American hop fiends rejoice.
A really nice NZ hop focused pale ale, fruity, refreshing and fun to imbibe.
What's that you want to drink? Something hoppy, you say? Well, ask and you shall receive! With huge tropical fruit aromas on the nose and minimal lingering bitterness, this highly quaffable (and, conveniently, under the 6% weeknight rule!) IPA is exactly what it says it is. If something hoppy is what you want, just ask for Something Hoppy.
Take a really nice oatmeal chocolate stout, add just enough Bhut Jolokia chillies to make it pleasantly warm, then double this amount. (10g/L) Chucking this much chilly into a beer is a dick move. Hope you like/hate it.
Medium bodied, with not quite American Stout hoppiness keeps things very tasty, but also approachable for traditional Stout aficionados.
Showcasing the malts from Canterbury New Zealand, balanced with heady aromatic NZ hops. Big, bold, proud. A fresh hop aroma with cut grass and citrus. Left with a clean dry finish from an ale yeast that’s fully feasted, leaving an estery note.
This brown ale is the first spawn from our extensive sour program. It is sour, dry, woody. On the Biohazard tap on request.
Dark but not heavy, this black lager has smooth rich malt with hints of smoke, coffee and chocolate.
Juicy fruity on the hops, relatively dry, a littler bitter for the style. I like it, but I like bitter.
Japanese style rice lager , but way more flavour than your Tokyo Dry.
Based on the Grizzly Robust Porter aged a year on Bourbon barrel wood and then blended to just the right character. Very dark brown in color with a medium aroma of malts and Bourbon. Hop aroma is low and perceived bitterness is medium. The barrel aging brings a mellow character with a slight note of funk and sour presenting a a rugged smoothness that is hard to resist.
Just released..All the good things of a great hazy IPA, might have some Sabro, dunno.
Hazy Pale Ale with Citra, Amarillo, Mosaic. Really nice .
The first of many sours that brewed using the auto souring yeast, Philly Sour. Came out tasting like citrus just from the fermenter, so we added Yuzu to complement this clean bite.
Brewed for a a beer festival smasher but not ready on time. Just over 5% and dry, hopped with Citra and Chinook and a touch of Kaffir Lime .
Running alongside the Moutere version, this fresh hop beer shows the true genius of the most stone fruity hop NZ has produced.
Identical malt bill and processes the Nectaron version, taste the Moutere sunshine.