Tags » Beer Review

Berliner Weisee – English: Siren I Need A Vacation

This week’s beer is I Need A Vacation, brewed by Reading based Siren Craft Brew. If I could, I’d be knocking back these in the sun whilst on Holiday as Berliner Weisse’s are perfect for warm weather and make a great Spring and Summer brew. 344 more words

Craft Beer

Beer - #575 - Harrington's - Ngahere Gold

Ngahere Gold – Heller Bock? Strong Lager?  Golden Lager? Euro Strong Lager? Going with the brewer here and their label of “Strong Lager’ then, but if you look around you’ll see confusion. 741 more words


Belching Beaver & Rogue Sriracha HOT Stout

 To begin, both these beers are under the categories of stouts but, both from different breweries and with different tastes. The Belching Beaver Peanut Butter Milk Stout is simply delicious, smooth, tasty, has strong notes of peanut butter, and has the milkiness of a milk stout. 71 more words


Beer - #574 - Harrington's - Brewers’ Selection Strong Pilsner

Harrington’s – Brewers’ Selection Strong Pilsner.

An elegantly smooth Pilsner style with a refreshing, tangy finish

So then we get to uncomplicated beer, uncomplicated music, uncomplicated maths and complications at a gathering…

611 more words

Behemoth - Hopportunity

First off I’d like to go on the record that we, here at The Hopportunist, had never heard of Behemoth’s Hopportunity Double IPA while naming this blog. 444 more words

Beer Review

Kereru - Kumara Brown Ale

“A medium-hopped brown ale, malty with a golden kumara finish.” – http://kererubrewing.co.nz

In 2010 Chris Mill started Kereru Brewing in the garage under his house. After three years of growing as a nano-brewery they upgraded to a larger commercial space in Upper Hutt. 235 more words

Beer Review

Stoke - Coconut Vanilla Pilsner

“Crisp, zesty hops and the unmistakable aroma of roasted coconut and vanilla”stokebeer.co.nz

The McCashin family has been big players in the NZ beer industry for many decades now. 362 more words

Beer Review