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BRB Chocka Hopa SPA 6pk Cans

A single hop Pale Ale using South Island Gladfield toffee, ale and roasted malts to show case the incredible citrus, grapefruit and Sauvin-like aromas of the RiwakaTM hop. The American Ale yeast further expresses fruity supporting notes to compliment this vibrant, hop-forward beer. With a good alcohol and malt weight this beer will capture your imagination.


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