Big thanks to all the Breweries below for their support. Please support them as well by buying and enjoying their beer wherever it is available.

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Occasional Brewer

Inspired by the crowds gathered around the Farra Brewing System at Beervana 2013 we had an idea. What if we could make the system available to everyone who wanted to brew their own craft beer. If we built it, would the beer lovers come?

And so the Occasional Brewer was born. We help you make great craft beer – at our place.

We supply the top-of-the-line brewing system, high quality ingredients (that’s grain, not extract) and expertise. Just bring your mates and a love of craft beer.
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Native Hard Sparkling


With (pretty much) no carbs, sugars, or fat – and a 4.6% alcoholic kick – Native Hard Sparkling is just some *Good Clean Fun*, with 10% of profits donated to help protect and sustain native NZ species.

Our drinks are made simply – with sparkling water, fermented and distilled cane sugar, a dash of real fruit concentrate, and a hint of stevia. That’s it!

At Brewday – we’ll be serving our signature flavours: *Lemon & Yuzu* and *Berry & Blackcurrant* – with more flavours being developed and tested in our workshop as we speak! Follow us on Instagram to stay up-to-date on what we’re up to, and where Native’s going next

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Te Aro Brewing Company

Right in the heart of NZ's coolest little craft beer capital lies an inner city suburb called Te Aro. It was there nestled in the back of Brewtopia Home brew Supplies that Te Aro Brewing Company was born. What started out as a micro brewery and home brew supplies shop has since grown up, and is now brewing on a much larger scale here in Upper Hutt's Brewtown.
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Duncan's Brewing Company

Duncan's is an independently owned microbrewery located on the Kapiti Coast. We like to play with new style beers, which respectfully nod to the past. Our team is small but we're supported by a big community. We think we make great beer. And we're proud of it.

 

Martinborough Brewery

Nestled amongst Martinborough’s famous vineyards is a boutique brewery where a small passionate team is handcrafting beer with attention to quality and flavour. 

The ethos at Martinborough Brewery is to produce premium hand crafted beer, using natural ingredients, blended together by people who are passionate about their craft, product and region.

Located in the heart of Martinborough (10 Ohio Street). The tasting room is a great place to sample our range of beer, including cider and local wine. We also offer a range of sharing food plates with an On and Off licence so you can relax over a few or fill a flagon to take away.
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Fork Brewcorp

From their swanky headquarters in the Wellington CBD, Fork Brewcorp seize beer thought leadership with a series of market-tested end-to-end drinking solutions, delivering superior outcomes to relevant stakeholders at all points in the value chain.
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JuiceHead Beer

Brought together through slinging pints and creating distinctive and explosive beers, JuiceHead is all about making quality beer that bursts with flavour, tests the taste buds, and leaves you craving another.
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Mean Doses


Just regular people, like you or me, except they're making very, very good beer.
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Bassline Brewing Ltd

Just like that time a homeless man screamed “You’re in the jungle, baby!” at Axl Rose, sometimes a chance encounter can tap you into a new zone of creative inspiration. Such was the case for musos-turned-brewers Abe and Jase from Bassline Brewing, based in Karori, Wellington. 

For these guys blowing off some creative steam used to mean picking up an instrument - or at least that was the case until the pair were each gifted a bottle of mind-blowing local homebrew. From there, the pair were hooked and quickly took to experimenting with creative brews of their own.
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Black Dog Brew Co

In 2011, Black Dog Brew Co. was conjured up and cross bred in the heart of wellington, the craft beer capital of New Zealand. Since then the brewers have been doing something a little special, a little different and having some fun smashing opposites along the way. Along with long-time favourite brews, we like to keep things limited.

Sleep with one eye open, because the occasional rare breed of brew will pop up. Introducing the new breeds of brewing - experiential and permanent ranges - get them while they're hot!
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Boneface Brewing Company

Boneface brewing co is a brewery situated in Brew town Upper Hutt with a tap room and kitchen.
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Double Vision Brewing Company

We know Craft Beer can get a bit full-on but we are here to tell you it's all good and you can relax. Often people get pushed away from the beer scene by egos and exclusivity. If you see us at an event, festival, walking down the street or at a bar... Come hang out with us, you're always welcome at DVB!
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Garage Project

Garage because it started in a garage, but it’s more than that. It’s also about approaching things with a garage mentality. It’s about playing around, making do and thinking outside the box. The surroundings might be basic but this is no barrier to creativity. This is bière de garage – beer from the garage.And why Project – because it’s ongoing, it’s a work in progress and we plan to keep it that way. We don’t plan to come out with a fixed portfolio of beers – this is about experimenting, pushing boundaries, blurring the boundaries between styles - seeing what works!
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Heyday Beer Co

Heyday Beer Co is a colourful brewery, bar and eatery on (Upper) Cuba St.

Heyday likes to keep things fresh, colourful and seasonal opting to flex our creativity with new beers regularly.  

Open 7 days a week for lunch from 11am until late. On and Off Licence. 264 Cuba St, Wellington.
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North End Brewery Ltd

We're a small team, producing our beer right out of our brewery in Waikanae, on the Kapiti Coast. Brought to life in 2013 by a trio of kiwis passionate about food, drink and the coast. Producing a range of beers, inspired by traditional european styles, brewed to capture the uniqueness of our land. Taking our name from Kapiti Island, where the aptly named 'North End' is most visible from Waikanae Beach; we appreciate local, including this in our ingredients, branding and brew pub; Salt and Wood Collective, adjoined to the brewery, open all day, serving American style BBQ and North End Brews to dine in or takeaway.
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Panhead Custom Ales

Panhead is New Zealand's very own craft brewing monster truck rally, putting the frighteners on anyone who thinks beer should mind its own business and cower behind the wine rack. Launched in 2013 out of the old Dunlop tyre factory in darkest Maidstone, we were embraced enthusiastically from the get-go by Wellington's beer cognoscenti of beardy app developers, design grads and contractors from the Ministry of Social Development.

While we'll always call Upper Hutt home, Panhead knows that crappy beer is an international problem so we're colonising the globe as fast as we can.
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Tinker Tailor Brewing Ltd

Tinker Tailor - craft beer with a split personality that's twice as good!
Tinker Tailor beers are all about the excitement of the new (that's the Tinkers), and the excellence of classic brews (the Tailors)
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Tuatara Brewery

Tuatara Brewery started in a shed on Carl Vasta's Reikorangi farm on Wellington's Kapiti Coast back in 2000. Carl's purpose was to brew beers that he and his mates enjoyed drinking, rather than the mass-produced products peddled by the reining duopoly. 17 years on, with significant growth in the NZ craft industry and two NZ Champion Brewery wins, the Brewery promise to "create memorable and uniquely Aotearoa beer experiences".

With the gradual use of more NZ grown ingredients like Motueka hops and Canterbury malts, the taste and aroma profiles have led to their core styles evolving from traditional to distinctively Kiwi brews.
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Whistling Sisters Beer Co

Whistling Sisters Beer Co. is a craft beer brewery in Ghuznee St, Wellington.We do beer that is for lovers of clean and reliably good craft beer. We brew interesting beer that take our drinkers on a "journey" through the spectrum of beers styles - from the sweet to the dry and the hoppy to the malty.

WE ARE BEER WITH PURPOSE - both in the intent with which we brew our beer AND to give back to a cause we are passionate about.
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