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10-Nov-2016 | Contributed by: Guest Author

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Tokyo Dry

Steinlager makes great beer. Tokyo Dry is yet another example.

There’s a new beer in town and it’s the perfect collision of two worlds – a collaboration that delivers a delicious result. 

Introducing Steinlager Tokyo Dry, a perfectly balanced New Zealand premium lager in the refined style of Japanese beer, which mixes the best of New Zealand’s ingredients with the tried and true Japanese style of brewing. 

A bold step away from the iconic green bottle, it’s brewed using a traditional Japanese approach to achieve a “Super-dry” beer style and has just five ingredients: NZ Pilsner Malt, NZ Green Bullet Hops, NZ Purified Water, NZ Yeast and Rice Extract.

The extra refreshing lager is a clean and crisp drinking beer with a light dry taste, pale golden colour and a tight head of white foam.  

Available from 1 November in 12 pack bottles (rrp $26.99) it will also be available on tap and in 500ml cans (rrp $3.99) through selected bars across the country.

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