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!
One of Joe's biggest and baddest, this imperial IPA is stuffed with American hoppy goodness, which is backed up with juicy chewy malts. The excellent balance between these forces gives your tastebuds room for a good spanking.
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.
One of the hoppiest Pale Ales around, perfect if you need the flowers but not the alcohol.
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.
Brewed with Pils ingredients, and lager yeast..and big heavy hop hands. One of the fattest, juiciest pilsners around, definitely a New World interpretation of the style.
Super satisfying Porter, plenty of body for it's weight, with a well proportioned amount of smoky toasty Coconutiness.
A really nice NZ hop focused pale ale, fruity, refreshing and fun to imbibe.
This delicious stout has subtle coconut and difficult to discern alcohol warmth, belying its large alcohol percentage. Great as a winter warmer or dessert drink.
Nelson Sauvin is the ringleader in this dry and bitter NZ hop bomb. Lean but not flimsy on the malt, this beer pushes all the right buttons.
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.
Took a while of suggesting it, but Urbanaut finally made an unfiltered lager. And it is a good one. Hoppy like a an IPA, refreshing like a lager, cloudy like a cloud...
Absolutely delicious double IPA brewed using Citra,Simcoe and Nelson Sauvin. The well balanced malt keeps the bitterness in check, but the Wolverine does have some bite.
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.
Mellons is low in bitterness, massive watermelon juiciness abounds, taking you back to the golden days of summer.
Known for sour sours, this one does not disappoint. Clean acidic bite, with just the right level of botanicals.
The juice is a German-style sour wheat ale, brewed with salt. We sour it in the kettle then ferment it with a clean yeast. Our version is a bit different to the originals as we dry hop it in the fermenter to give it another dimension of flavour. This is a clean tart ale with some lemon and lime flavours.
This American Pale Ale uses US hops and all kiwi malt. A sturdy ale with shed-loads of dry-hopping. It pours a gorgeous auburn colour, with hop aromas of tropical fruit and sweet orange, then on tasting has flavours of grapefruit and pine. Rounded out with a taste of toffee and welcome bitterness.
This brown ale is the first spawn from our extensive sour program. It is sour, dry, woody. On the Biohazard tap on request.
Juicy, softly bitter, full of floating yeast and biotransformed hop oils. Really nice.
A blend of NZ cascade and US Simcoe hops, a touch of coriander and a Belgian yeast. Soft, fruity, and assessable for the hopped out, jaded palate.
A wonderfully refreshing English-style porter. Dark chocolate lingers on the palate with a subtle red berry character and a pleasant roasted coffee aroma.
Going hard on the funky banana like its the early 80's and you have a black talking car.
Ancho chillies with smoked nectarines sit in a delicious banquet of golden malt. Easy to drink, not too spicy, but definitely complex.
Juicy fruity on the hops, relatively dry, a littler bitter for the style. I like it, but I like bitter.
Beautifully balanced with a fine acidity, South Cider glows in the glass while supplying the other senses with the perfect level of clean, crisp, refreshment.
Its a sour sour, with salt Gose style, and quite a bit of citrus.
Lots of Citra and Lemondrop hops, dry malt base. Quite dank.
The juiciness continues in true East Coast style. Hopped with Cashmere, Citra and Idaho 7.