Invercargill Brewery’s Bottle Store & Brewery
8 Wood Street
Ph (03) 214 5070
Fax (03) 214 5080
Lost? how about a map
Monday-Thursday 11am to 5.30pm
Friday 11am to 6.30pm
Saturday 11am to 4.00pm
Fill Your Own
Chose your brew from one of our 10 taps. You’ll find our complete range, the seasonal special as well as a guest selection chosen from New Zealand’s top micro-breweries.
- Stanley Green
- Pitch Black
- Nally’s Cider
Bottled Boutique Beers from around NZ
We stock an ever-changing range from top micro-breweries including Emersons, Harringtons, Croucher, Tuatara, Wigram, The Dux De Lux, Epic, Mata and Yeastie Boys. A few distinctive favourite are always available:
- Scotts Gluten Free Pale Ale. New Zealand’s first commercially available Gluten free beer, brewed in Auckland using a combination of Sorgham and Buckwheat that won an award for innovation at BrewNZ 2009.
- Ginger Tom. A ginger flavoured beer and consistant gold medalist from the Dux De Lux in Christchurch
Special Edition Beers and Ciders
Throughout the year special edition beers and ciders (including Nally’s Cider) are available on tap and in 330ml bottles.
Send us a stamped self address envelope and we’ll be happy to send you beer labels for your collection.
At Invercargill brewery first and foremost it’s about taste… but we really do believe in putting less in, and getting more out.
And if it tastes good, there’s a good chance it’ll make great beer.
All our beers have just four ingredients and one of those is water, which is first filtered to remove the muddy flavour, then heated to evaporate chlorine and finally hardened up with calcium to become liquor – water that’s been transformed for brewing.
To the traditions of generations of brew masters we’re continually experimenting with intrinsic Kiwi flavours to come up with a unique range of New Zealand brews.
What began as London Ale Yeast 3 is beginning to evolve to a distinct Invercargill Brewery flavour.
We import a small amount of hops from England for one of our brews but most are grown in Moteuka right here in New Zealand. It was the 1840s when German and English settlers recognised the region’s potential for this cannabis relative which is now exported around the world.
Brewery tours are run regularly and bookings are essential.