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‘Gold Medal Ale’ has arrived from the Land of the Long White Cloud or Middle Earth, to some
If your origins are well east of Tassie then you’ll be in the know. If not a Kiwi, then let me introduce you to their famous beer, first brewed in 1876 and still going strong today.
Speight’s Gold Medal Ale
Produced by New Zealand’s oldest brewery, Gold Medal Ale was renamed after it’s success at the Melbourne Exhibition in 1880, where it won two gold medals.
Considered an easy drinking beer to be enjoyed after a hard days work, the dominating flavours are of malt and hops.
Whilst this would be accompanied by meat dishes such as venison, game and rabbit in NZ, it is the perfect complement to an Aussie steak.
In fact if you want an easy, no fuss recipe, Speight’s provides the ‘Perfect Steak’ recipe using rib eye, but almost any good steak will do.
Speight’s Gold Medal Ale is worth a try, it’s not just for Kiwi’s. But if you want some, get in now before it’s all gone. Those Kiwi’s can be quick when they want to, the ‘All Blacks’ are proof of that.
At your local for a limited time, at an amazing price
Offer ends 24th Feb or while stocks last, country prices may vary