Those of you that loiter in bottleshops in your spare time will probably have noticed that our Rare Breed IPA is no longer a Rare Breed. She’s become an all-grown-up fully-fledged member of the permanent range.

…And like the doting parents we are, we’re super proud of her.

She still has the same big tropical hop aroma – we dry-hop using Galaxy (Tas), Citra (USA) and Motueka (NZ), and full malty body (Ale malt, Wheat and Crystal malts).

Specs are: 6.2% abv, 65 BU…one for hopheads and beer nerds everywhere.

You’ll find her on the shelves in your favourite bottlo in a 330ml bottle tucked into a snappy 4-pack.

Enjoy…

5 Responses to “IPA – The Rare Breed that could.”

  1. Mark

    Simply this is the best IPA I have tasted. Bottles wonderful. Tap glorious!

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    • Dave

      Thanks Mark!
      I see you like good, locally made guitars as well…

      Cheers,
      Goats.

      Reply
  2. Steve Kindley

    Tried your IPA for the first time.
    Was blown away with the taste and quality!
    Keep up the good work guys!

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    • Dave

      Thanks Steve,
      Glad you liked it.
      Cheers,
      Goats.

      Reply
  3. Angus

    It’s a lovely IPA, it’s just a shame that Vintage Cellars (the only place that stocks it as BWS is terrible for craft beer) charges a whopping $18 for a four-pack! That’s $27 for a six-pack! I mean it’s still delicious and I love it, wish it was just oh so slightly cheaper.

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