In 1876 three employees of North Dunedin's Well Park Brewery - James Speight, a traveller, Charles Greenslade, a maltster and William Dawson, a brewer - resign and set up a new brewery in a redundant building in Rattray Street, Dunedin, which had previously served as a bottling house and malt house for the Well Park. April 4 of the same year was the first brew of Speight's Ale and so started the Pride of the South.
Distinction' means 'significance' but Significant Ale is a bit naff, I guess. This was first brewed on the brewery's 118th ... More>
Drink Speights lose your mates, they used to say. Beer is your friend, remember. Brewed for 150 years it is a touch sweet, ... More>
Brewed with only natural ingredients, Speight's Summit Lager is a smooth flavoured lager made from malted barley, hops, ... More>
Like many anniversary products, their popularity means that a one off takes off, and the company capitalises on its ... More>