The Black is Back
Yeastie Boys has been successfully weird from the beginning, responsible for some of the most controversial flavours put into beer since starting in Wellington in 2008. Initially contract brewed out of Invercargill breweries, their first beer, a highly hopped and fruit forward porter, Pot Kettle Black, won accolades for its fresh take on the style. Some would argue it is a black IPA, but what’s in a name where beer is concerned (looking at you, 'Brut IPA').
Fresh and hoppy, malty rich and black-hued, this is a tasty and true original that pairs very well with food.
Most men will get their first bunch of flowers at their own funeral and in a country where Kiwi blokes struggle to open up about their feelings, we’re having too many funerals.
Chats between mates naturally happen over a beer, which is why the Blokequet exists – a mid-strength hazy pale ale brewed with flowers that can be gifted between mates to break the ice on traditionally hard topics. It’s time we normalised flowers for men, let’s do it before it’s too late.
Every can will also be a donation to I AM HOPE, supporting young New Zealand men.
This new twist on a drinkable bunch of flowers is the Blokequet a hazy pale gold, with a scant bitterness and explosion of 'floral' tropical and citrus fruit flavours. The Hop aromas have subtle floral notes from the earl grey blue flower, notes of Bergamot, Orange citrus and white wine spice. It offers up easy drinking with a soft mouthfeel, and most importantly, invites conversations between mates to start having healthy conversations about mental well-being.
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ALC % | 2.50%
VOLUME | 440ml
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