16 Feet High and Rising

First released April '17

Alcohol: 6.6%

Brewed with: 'WET’ KOHATU AND NELSON SAUVIN

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SOAKED IN SUNSHINE (AND THE ODD SHOWER), THE HOPS AROUND TAPAWERA HAVE SPENT THE SUMMER CLAMBERING UP THEIR GUIDE WIRES. COME MARCH THE FIELDS ARE A VERDANT EXPLOSION OF TOWERING 16 FT HIGH BINES, DRIPPING WITH RIPE RESIN PACKED CONES.



THIS BEER IS A WILDLY EXTRAVAGANT CELEBRATION OF NEW ZEALAND’S HOP HARVEST, BURSTING WITH OVER 300 KG OF THE CHOICEST ‘WET’ KOHATU AND NELSON SAUVIN HOP CONES, FLOWN STRAIGHT FROM THE FIELD TO THE BREWHOUSE AND WITHIN HOURS OF BEING PICKED. IT’S FRESH HOPS IN A CAN. HOW HIGH ARE THE HOP BINES MAMA? 16 FEET HIGH AND RISING.