Emerson's Tiny Pub

At Emerson’s not only do we want to give New Zealand a better style of beer, we also want to give the nation a better style of drinking. That’s why we’ve created the Tiny Pub – your beery hideaway with everything you need to enjoy the perfect pint, and nothing more. No disco balls, no fusion dining, no jumbotrons, just the time and space to enjoy a brew with good company. The pub can be found around the country on seasonal tours, so be sure to check back for dates and places.

Border Patrol is the 4th beer in the Endangered Beer series.
A series of beers to raise money and awareness for Orokonui Ecosanctuary and the Dunedin Wildlife Hospital, 100% of the profits are split between the two.

A Kiwi classic, Emerson’s Pilsner beautifully showcases Nelson grown Riwaka hops. It's overt fruitiness oozes citrus and passionfruit aromas and flavours, and begs comparison with Marlborough’s world-beating Sauvignon Blancs. The beer’s palate shows a hint of early malt sweetness but develops a lengthy dry finish. So not a bad drop then.

The Orange Roughy's scientific name is Hoplosthus atlanticus, which roughly translates as, hazy, hoppy pale ale with tropical fruit aroma and a citrus flavour.

Bird Dogs new baby brother, Under Dog IPA all the flavour of Bird Dog with a little less of the alcohol

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