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By Fork & Brewer Mon 03 Sep 2018
Methode in Madness 7.5% Brut IPA

What is dry, but also wet? This! Effervescent, bright, bubbly with a lovely dry finish - Méthode in Madness 7.5% Brut IPA is another deviation from the classic English or American variety. ...READ MORE

Hardpour Corn 4.5% Amaizing Lager

Hardpour Corn 4.5% Amaizing Lager - it's not safe for work... but safe for after work drinks! A clean, pale, refreshing Lager brewed with flaked maize, this beer is also a hard example of Fork Brewing's unyielding partiality to puns.   ...READ MORE

Saison de Citra 5.0% Dry-Hopped Farmhouse Ale

Saison de Citra 5.0% Dry-Hopped Farmhouse Ale is a brew, which trialled a Belgian Saison strain of yeast supplied by international brewers yeast company, Fermentis. ...READ MORE

Ma is White 5.4% Belgian Witbier

Everyone (who went to primary school in NZ) knows the Maori colour song, which kicks off with, 'Ma is white'... Well, Fork Brewing has taken inspiration from that little ditty to create Ma is White 5.4% Belgian Witbier - with a distinctly New Zealand twist. ...READ MORE

Bit A 4.1% English Pale Ale

We're kicking off 2018 with a new Fork Brewing release - Bit A 4.1% English Pale Ale!This new brew takes its inspiration from the ridiculously drinkable English Pale Ales (or Bitters) from the UK. They're often termed 'Ordinary Bitters' when judging this class of beer, but they are far from ordinary and far from bitter! (Kelly has decided to call it an English Pale Ale as it seems to have more appeal when it isn't referred to as 'Bitter'). ...READ MORE

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