Brothers Beer Viva La Haze IPA

Brothers Beer Viva La Haze IPA

  • Hazy IPA
  • New Zealand, 440 ml

An aromatic, medium hazy IPA with plenty of flavour. Smooth, sweet, hints of summer fruit finish.

  • Brewery: Brothers Beer
  • Style: Hazy Indian Pale Ale
  • Region: Mt. Eden, Auckland, New Zealand
  • Alcohol: 6.8%
  • Volume: 440ml
  • Vessel: Can
  • Other: Hops - Columbus, Nectaron, Nelson Sauvin, Mosaic; Malts - Pilsner, Rolled Oats, Big O, Gladiator
  • Enjoy with: Steak, barbecue ribs, burritos, fajitas, Mozzarella sticks and Mexican food

Viva la Haze! Viva la Revolución! Rise up against the capitalists and their shiny suits and green bottle lagers! Crush the imperialist multinational brewers and their bland mass-produced beer! Seize control of our hops and harness the power of Nectaron, Sauvin, Columbus and Mosaic! Resist clear, filtered ale whose goodness has been removed and insist on juicy opaque beer from local, independent breweries! Beer by the people for the people! Flavour will triumph! Down with non-believers! Viva la Haze! Viva la Revolución!

They do say that a lot of the best ideas occur after a bottle or two of your preferred tipple have been opened, and this is very true for brewer Andy Larsen and beer aficionado Ant Browne, the men behind Brothers Beer.

A rock’n’roll and rally car fan, Andy’s dream had always been to open a brewery in his home town of Auckland, and Ant didn’t take much convincing to join him in his quest; this resulted in them creating the Retail Store and Beer Tasting Lounge in 2012. By 2015, they’d outgrown their little brewery and opened up Juke Joint in Mt Eden, now home to their smokehouse BBQ and new, expanded brewery; this has since been joined by the Barrel Room in Orakei, in Auckland’s picturesque Eastern Bays.

These brothers-from-another-mother not only brew and bottle world-class beers, they also serve up smokehouse BBQ and gourmet burgers to go with their signature range of craft beers. The perfect partnership.


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