STRONG beers

(NB: All beers are judged blind under competition conditions. The scores of judges for their own beers cannot exceed those of other judges.)

While the summer months are all about smashing through those crunchy, crispy, hoppy McHop face pilsners, pale ales, lagers and session brews, at dish we couldn’t resist casting our gaze forward to cooler climes in order to slow down and embrace something more deep and meaningful. Something complex, comforting and constructed in such a way as to grip us around the gills and gums and leave a lasting impression on the palate. Strong beers it was to be. For us that means looking at the best New Zealand-brewed beers that rocked in at 6.5 per cent or higher.

There’s no shortage of incredibly drinkable, sexy strong beers to steer

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