My Wedding - - REAL WEDDING -

James Squire, the con­vict fa­ther of Aus­tralian craft beer (and 11 chil­dren!), has re­leased three de­li­cious new drops for NZ to en­joy (not lit­er­ally - he would be 258 years old if he were still alive).

This fruity, nutty and aro­matic trio has, how­ever, been made in the dis­tinct, hand­crafted style that Mr Squire was fa­mous for. A cun­ning at­ten­tion to de­tail and qual­ity Aus­tralian hops are what de­fines the re­fresh­ing James Squire range of beers.

You’ll now be able to en­joy: • The Chancer – This golden ale is a de­li­cious num­ber with a trop­i­cal fruit aroma, re­strained bit­ter­ness, mild car­bon­a­tion and a dry fin­ish. • One Fifty Lashes – This re­fresh­ing drop is fruity, with hints of passionfruit, grape­fruit and cit­rus. Named af­ter the sen­tence James re­ceived for steal­ing medicines – five pounds and three hun­dred lashes – “one hun­dred and fifty now, and the re­main­der when able to bear it.” • Nine Tales – Nine Tales is an am­ber ale that’s hand-crafted with dis­tinc­tive hops and pale and crys­tal malts for a long, slightly nutty, fin­ish. James Squire suc­cess­fully grew the first Aus­tralian hops plants and opened a brew­ery at Kissing Point and a tav­ern be­tween Syd­ney and Parramatta. To­day, the James Squire Brew­ery con­tin­ues to brew beers in his name, with the same ded­i­ca­tion to qual­ity and de­sire to pi­o­neer the best of flavours. Avail­able in 6-packs ($18.99) at se­lected supermarkets and liquor out­lets.

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