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Inner city “hunting” ground activated

Monteith's and Sean Connolly serve up meat, beer and cider match from inner city “hunting” ground

Today, from their leafy inner-city “hunting” ground Monteith’s launched The Great Monteith’s Meatpack Hunt, an augmented reality mobile app designed to create conversation around beer, cider and food matching.

The app gives punters the opportunity to “hunt” duck, venison, lamb and beef, everywhere from their local bar to their office, with the chance to win what you hunt! Those who hunt a full meat pack go in the draw to win one of hundreds of premium Gourmet Direct meat packs direct to their door.

The app is available now and free to download via the App Store for iPhone or Google Play for Android. All you'll need to get started is a smartphone, a steady hand and a good appetite.

Those in Auckland can visit the Downtown hunting ground to play the game, win prizes and sample a range of Monteith’s beer, cider and food matches as prepared by Sean Connolly.

Number 1 Queen Street, opposite the Downtown Ferry Terminal (Auckland).

Wednesday 5 March: 2pm – 6.30pm

Thursday 6 March – Friday 7 March: 12pm – 6.30pm

Saturday 8 March: 10am – 4pm

For more information visit www.meatpackhunt.co.nz

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