Most of us don’t need an excuse to crack open a cold one at the end of a long week. This Friday, however, is a chance to branch out from your habitual brew and treat yourself to something a bit different. Check out our picks for International Beer Day.
New Zealand – Tuatara Mixed Six 6 Pack
Award-winning brewery, Tuatara, gives a nod to international flavours with their Mixed Six 6 Pack. It’s six beer styles packed into one box including their New Zealand-hopped APA and Hefe, a Bavarian wheat-style beer.
New Zealand – Emersons London Porter
This robust 500ml beverage is the original brew from the Emersons range. Rich in flavour, creamy in texture and firm in body, London Porter is made in the true London style.
A slightly bitter beer with roasted malt and coffee notes – spot on for winter.
One of New Zealand’s favourite Aussie beers. This full flavour, full strength beer is great matched with an armchair-full of Sunday sports action.
Asahi Super Dry
The world’s original Karakuchi (“super dry”) beer. It’s brewed from the highest quality ingredients and pure cultured yeast.
Kingfisher dominates the Indian beer marker and for good reason, too. It’s one of the oldest, most widely recognized and respected brands in the country.
Expect sweet and fruity flavours with a distinct bitterness.
Roaring since 1932, Tiger Beer is a bold lager, born and brewed in Singapore. It’s a uniquely refreshing beer enjoyed in more than 70 countries.
Sold in over 120 countries, Becks is the best-selling German beer in the world. It was first brewed in Bremen, Northwest Germany in 1873, and within one year, it had received two prestigious awards and an unparalleled reputation.
Best served straight from the fridge to experience that crisp, fresh taste.
If your heritage is from the Emerald Isle then you’ll know all about this velvety dry stout.
The iconic green bottle has been on the market since 1873. Heineken is brewed using 100% barley malt, choice hops and pure water for a crystal clear quality.
Clocking in at 5.1 per cent ABV, Peroni is brewed from the finest spring-planted barley malts.
It’s a crisp, young and balanced beer, best enjoyed with a pizza fresh out of the oven.
Pilsner Urquell like to keep things old school. Hailing from the town of Pilsen, it’s the original Czech Pilsner since 1842 and still brewed according to the Bavarian Purity Law to this very day.
It’s cold shopped all the way to New Zealand to retain those pure flavours and crisp finish.
Mexican Cerveza at it’s finest. Snug up with this pale lager and imagine you’re kicking back in Mexico. Don’t forget the lemon wedge!