Beer Recipes: Tag: hazy

8/4/20  Online orders are paused until Easter so we can catch up on the backlog.  While the team are in lockdown its only me picking and packing so we need to clear the orders in the system before we accept new orders.  Please be patient and we'll open up the website to online orders again over Easter Weekend. Take care.  Bryan 

We are open and shipping online orders only from 6th April 2020.  Our Retail shop is closed while we are in Level 4 of the lockdown so there can be no pickups from Brewers Coop.  All orders are being couriered via our normal courier company.  Please note that we are on reduced staffing and some product lines are out of stock.  We will contact you if your order needs substitutions buut rest assured we are doing our best to get you your brewing supplies.  Take care,  Bryan 

  • Simcoe Plus New England Hazy
    With Mosaic and Citra in short supply late in the season we went hunting for a new Hazy recipe that wasn't using these hops. We found a great recipe out of Chicago in the USA and we tweeked this to fit available malts here in NZ.
    Posted: Saturday 11 January 2020
  • Juice Box Hazy IPA
    This recipe has been adapted from an American Magazine and was originally provided from the Brewer at an award winning USA Brewery. We had to tweak the recipe a little to match some of the malts and hops and we scaled it to 23L. Buts it’s still a great Hazy and Juicy IPA full of orange citrus and tropical fruit.
    Posted: Friday 15 November 2019
  • 4-Play Juicy APA
    Four amazing hops make up this juicy, hazy APA. Mosaic, Nelson Sauvin, Citra and Simcoe. The juicy tropical fruit flavours dance with the full bodied malt bill to create one stunning and memorable beer. Enjoy a couple of glasses and you'll know you're in for a good night!

    Est 23L Volume
    Est OG 1.056 Est FG 1.013
    Est ABV 5.7%
    IBU 43
    Posted: Thursday 15 August 2019
  • New England IPA (
    The NEIPA is currently one of the trendiest styles in craft brewing. NEIPA is the hazy beer that resembles a freshly poured orange juice. And the aroma of citrus and tropical fruit makes it an inviting beer to drink.

    This extract recipe is easy to make and is our slant on a kit NEIPA.
    Posted: Friday 19 July 2019