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It was 1999 when my dad and I established Invercargill Brewery in his garage, and set about applying new world flavours like Nelson Hops, Gladfield Malt and Central Otago apples to old-world beer styles.
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Latest News From The Cellar Door
Heritage Apple Cider is back – the genuine taste of Southland is made from donated windfall apples from around the district in the timeless rack and cloth method of Summerset, all by hand by a bunch of hardy Southlanders keen to keep tradition alive. The brewery put a call in April for surplus apples – and the […]
All good kegs must come to an end so it is for Pitch Black Boysenberry . This year the brewers have been working on a couple of new stouts - Pitch Black Moonshine is a delicious barrel aged stout on tap very, very soon at the Fork and Brewer in Wellington and the Al Bar in Dunedin […]
Men’nskurrts is out now .. this latest offering from Invercargill Brewery is a welcome return to a strong scotch ale with a touch of smoke. Men’nskurrts (say aloud for best effect) is in the style of a strong scotch ale, as a nod to the Invercargill’s forefathers, where full malt richness combines with a wee […]
Cumulonimbus Sour is 3.1% sour beer that we devised for the Great Australian Beer Festival. This is extremely limited edition light beer was inspired by the Simpsonesque clouds of the Southern skies, made from raw wheat, malted wheat and malted barley it pours with a deliciously fluffy head. The upfront aroma is Fejoa, which perfectly […]
Smokin’ Bishop and Sa!son won bronze medals at the Commonwealth Craft Beer Cup in Kentucky this weekend. The win testament to the skills of our production team and the tenacity of our admin team who refused to give up in the face of red tape .. (and to the guys on point at LAX who […]