Mash Palace Beer

New Zealand Pale Ale brewed by Mash Palace

McPale & Gadsby Pale Ale

Fish and chips. Hamish Bond and Eric Murray. Ed Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing. Marmite and cheese. We love a great pairing in NZ, so we decided to celebrate that with a pale ale that pairs two great NZ hops and two local malts.

Kiwi hops provide a tropical fruity bouquet while an all NZ malt bill lays down a balanced foundation.

Jeez Wayne, you’d wanna get one of these in ya.

McPale & Gadsby Pale Ale will be available soon in bottles and on tap. Find out where.

West Coast IPA brewed by Mash Palace

Uranium Breath IPA

Drawing on a great history of US and NZ clashes, Uranium Breath ‘embottles’ the spirit of one of our most iconic victories. In contrast, where our esteemed Prime Minister argued in a prevailing effort to keep the ‘green stuff’ away from our shores, we search for ways to increase our intake of a similarly pungent green stuff.

All US hops combined with all NZ grain provides a bouquet of pine and citrus, which is backed up on the palate accompanied by caramel sweetness for balance. Uranium Breath IPA finishes dry and clean.

It's morally indefensible to use this many hops, but we do it anyway.

Uranium Breath IPA is in stores now. Find out where.

A tribute to one of NZ's great actor/directors

Hurst's Red IPA

For this beer you might expect us to throw around terms like ‘new world’ and ‘hybrid style’, but we’re gonna be a bit simpler than that. The reality is that times have changed since the “there’s only one beer we drink round here” days, but we like to think that if there was only ONE beer that ol’ Thirsty Hursty was gonna drink, it’d be this one.

A medium bodied, US hopped, hoppy red IPA with a caramelly malt backbone. An English-style yeast adds further complexity and flavour.

Hurst's Red IPA is in stores now, if your local doesn't have it ask them to get some.

What Uranium Breath used to be called before being rechristened to suit the Mash Palace brand.

Indra Fridgee IPA

now Uranium Breath

In the 1800's beer brewed in Burton on Trent for export to India had extra hops added to help it survive the long journey on the sea. A little known fact is shortly after its arrival a certain Indian wrestler on a quest to prove himself the ultimate fighter smuggled with him some of those IPA barrels to keep him hydrated on his journey to America. When he arrived in America his supply was low and he tried to recreate the beer with local ingredients, thus the West Coast IPA was born.

This is what we imagine that beer was like.

Big, punchy American hops delivering pine and citrus right into your nose and mouth. Balanced on an unassuming malt backbone, this IPA finishes off dry and clean.

Indra Fridgee; beer that smacks you in the face.

 

The Cult Collection

The Cult Collection series are seasonal or limited release, small-run beers that are a little bit outside the norm.

We get to experiment, you get to taste new beers. #winwin

A pale ale inspired by NZ's best golfers.

Korean Caddie

Brewed for GABS Auckland 2016

To be at the top of your game, it’s no longer enough to just be kiwi and evidence suggests some Korean roots may be the midas touch. We may have gone too literal by adding some roots and some Korean influences to our pale ale, but we’re pretty sure you’ll find this spicy ale in the bottom of more than a few golf bags. Maybe even Danny and Lydia’s.

A medium bodied, NZ and US hopped, pale ale with a touch of ginger and traditional Korean chilli paste.

골프 하드

Korean Caddie was released at GABS Festival Auckland 2016. Keep an eye out for the next limited release.

Awards

Uranium Breath - Voted into GABS Hottest 100 Kiwi Beers 2016

Indra Fridgee IPA (now Uranium Breath) - Epic Brew On Quay Home Brew Competition Winner 2015