Tuatara have done it again. When you’ve been cooped indoors with work and the weather is increasingly inclement, this is a nice Friday night reminder of how glorious the now faded summer was. For those wondering, green hopped means the hops make a direct journey from the vine to the brew without any treatment in […]Read more "Beer of the Week: Tuatara Conehead Green Hopped IPA"
Billed as a religious experience, if Chimay White is your idea of heaven, this certainly has the wings to get you most of the way there, if not the whole way with a little repentance for the Kiwi imitation. Like Chimay, I would recommend giving it a little time out of the fridge to warm […]Read more "Tuatara Belgian Tripel"
Born out of supply issues with American hops, this beer is a Kiwi beauty. There’s a nice tip of the cap to the APA that was its inspiration, but replaced with the Maori word for NZ, to honour its Kiwi hop heritage. Expect a smooth drink like a laid back Saturday Kiwi BBQ. Think post match, […]Read more "Beer of the week – Tuatara Aotearoa Pale Ale"
If you wanted to argue for a creature that is more Kiwi than the Kiwi, you could make a good case for the Tuatara. These guys have been around for ages, and are as Kiwi as the now defunct 5c piece that they used to be the face of. In fact, if you look at the […]Read more "Beer of the Week – Tuatara American Pale Ale"