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Pelican Brewery’s Beer in New Zealand

Pelican Brewery’s Beer in New Zealand

Beer Without Borders is delighted to announce the arrival in New Zealand of the beer of Oregon’s Pelican Brewery.

Pelican is possibly the most decorated brewery ever to export to New Zealand. In 2014 they were named Champion Small Brewery at the world’s most prestigious beer competition, the World Beer Cup. But this is just the latest in a sequence of awards for the brewery and their individual beers.

None of this will be a surprise to New Zealand’s beer lovers. Small shipments of Pelican beer reached New Zealand in 2009 and 2012 and were snapped up by specialist outlets around the country.

The beers of Pelican Brewery will be available from the week beginning July 28, 2014. There will be launch celebrations at Brothers Beer in Auckland on Thursday July 31, Hashigo Zake in Wellington on Friday August 1, and at Pomeroy’s Pub in Christchurch on August 1.

Pelican

The Pelican Brew Pub opened in 1996 in one of the most picturesque locations possible for a brewery – on the beach at Pacific City, facing Cape Kiwanda on Oregon’s Pacific Coast. Incredibly, the beer produced by Head Brewer Darron Welch has done justice to the location and admiration and accolades have followed. Pelican’s core range are in a broad variety of styles but all are distinguished by exceptional technical quality, leading to a steady flow of awards.

In late 2013 demand for Pelican’s beer led to the establishment of a new production facility in the town of Tillamook. This increased capacity made it possible for Pelican to consider exporting to New Zealand. And yet the move to a new, larger facility has had no effect on the quality of beer coming from Pelican, as their 2014 World Beer Cup trophy demonstrated.

Beer Without Borders

Beer Without Borders is a distributor of exceptionally good beer from local and overseas breweries. It is a subsidiary of Hashigo Zake Ltd, operators of Hashigo Zake bar in Wellington’s CBD. Since 2009 Hashigo Zake and Beer Without Borders have been importing the beer of some of the most adventurous and critically acclaimed breweries in the world.


is delighted to announce the arrival in New Zealand of the beer of Oregon’s Pelican Brewery.

Pelican is possibly the most decorated brewery ever to export to New Zealand. In 2014 they were named Champion Small Brewery at the world’s most prestigious beer competition, the World Beer Cup. But this is just the latest in a sequence of awards for the brewery and their individual beers.

None of this will be a surprise to New Zealand’s beer lovers. Small shipments of Pelican beer reached New Zealand in 2009 and 2012 and were snapped up by specialist outlets around the country.

The beers of Pelican Brewery will be available from the week beginning July 28, 2014. There will be launch celebrations at Brothers Beer in Auckland on Thursday July 31, Hashigo Zake in Wellington on Friday August 1, and at Pomeroy’s Pub in Christchurch on August 1.

Pelican

The Pelican Brew Pub opened in 1996 in one of the most picturesque locations possible for a brewery – on the beach at Pacific City, facing Cape Kiwanda on Oregon’s Pacific Coast. Incredibly, the beer produced by Head Brewer Darron Welch has done justice to the location and admiration and accolades have followed. Pelican’s core range are in a broad variety of styles but all are distinguished by exceptional technical quality, leading to a steady flow of awards.

In late 2013 demand for Pelican’s beer led to the establishment of a new production facility in the town of Tillamook. This increased capacity made it possible for Pelican to consider exporting to New Zealand. And yet the move to a new, larger facility has had no effect on the quality of beer coming from Pelican, as their 2014 World Beer Cup trophy demonstrated.

Beer Without Borders

Beer Without Borders is a distributor of exceptionally good beer from local and overseas breweries. It is a subsidiary of Hashigo Zake Ltd, operators of Hashigo Zake bar in Wellington’s CBD. Since 2009 Hashigo Zake and Beer Without Borders have been importing the beer of some of the most adventurous and critically acclaimed breweries in the world.


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