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Summer Harvest is back and now in pack!

Summer Harvest is back and now in pack!

Speight’s Summer Harvest is back by popular demand! Available now for the first time in pack and on tap at

Speight’s Alehouses.

First launched two years ago for our Speight’s Alehouses, Speight’s Summer Harvest has been hugely popular as a Speight’s seasonal release. The beer proved instantly popular amongst consumers and they’ve been asking for it back!

Summer Harvest will enter the market this summer with one great new change; given its popularity Speight’s Summer Harvest will also be available in pack allowing consumers to enjoy the refreshing taste at home, at the beach and of course down at their local Speight’s Alehouse.

“Seasonal releases continue to grow in popularity for Speight’s,” says Sean O’Donnell, Speight’s Marketing Manager. “Speight’s Summer Harvest is great, it provides us with a platform to showcase innovation from our Speight’s Brewery in Dunedin, and has grown our consumer base and interest in the brand,” he says. ” We wanted to create a beer with a summer relevance for our large number of Speight’s adorers as well as encouraging other consumers who love a refreshing summer beer to try a Speight’s limited release,” he says.

Speight’s have never before launched a limited release in pack, however Summer Harvest compliments the other beers in the Speight’s family perfectly, to release it in pack made complete sense!

Brewed out of the Speight’s Dunedin Brewery, Speight’s Summer Harvest is a combination of malted wheat and malted barley giving the beer a distinctive, slightly dry flavour and clean finish. At 4.5% alcohol, Speight’s Harvest is light and refreshing. With a brilliant, deep golden hue, Speight’s Harvest has a sweet apricot aroma, reminiscent of the Central Otago late summer fruit harvest.

Speight’s Summer Harvest is available in a 6pk and on tap at your favourite Speight’s Ale House. If you haven’t tried it already, make sure you give it a try! And if you have then we won’t need to encourage you!

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