by Gift Saint$69.00 NZD
A unique NZ craft beer gift
Easy, yet sophisticated - this is our most popular beer gift that’s as crafty as it is convivial.
Your gift includes:
2 x Emerson's Craft Beer - Seasonal Varieties 500ml
1 x Canterbury Biltong 40g
1 x OCHO Milk Chocolate Bar 40g
1 x Wild Fennel Pinch Salt Pocket Tin
1 x Rimu Wood & Nail Bottle Opener (optional)
Packaged in a lidded wooden gift box with tissue and ribbon. We can also write you a message on a card - just let us know what you'd like to say when you get to the cart.
Emerson's Craft Beer
Brewed with a passion in Dunedin since the nineties, it is the choice of discerning beer drinkers in New Zealand and the world over.
Bookbinder A wonderfully drinkable interpretation of a classic English ale. Bookbinder is a blend of four malts combined with two classic Nelson grown European hops (Fuggles and Riwaka). The beer pours an attractive reddish brown, with a cream coloured head. Bookbinder has a sweet, perfumey, malt and hop aroma with a soft, malty, fruit and vinous palate that is both full flavoured and refreshing with a long, gently drying finish.
London Porter was Emerson’s first beer. Dark, dry and mellow with some hoppy characteristics, Porter pours a deep brown colour with reddish tints.
The aroma is toasty, with a hint of sweetness and some earthy hop notes. Firm-bodied but not heavy, with a creamy texture, the dryish palate is full of roasted malt, coffeeish notes and a sustained bitterness. Pairs nicely with a blue cheese like Whitestone Windsor. ABV: 5%
Taieri George Taieri George is named after the most important Emerson of all – Richard’s Dad. Not only was he a founding member of the Taieri Gorge Railway, he was also the brewery’s original Chief Beer Taster. He particularly enjoyed this drop, brewed with cinnamon, nutmeg and Otago clover honey. In his memory,
we release this brew on his birthday. Here’s to you, George.
Identity Crisis A blend of Chardonnay barrel aged saison and fresh saison. Subtle and elegant, spicy and fruity notes from the yeast are intertwined with buttery/oaky notes and a slight tartness from the Chardonnay barrels