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Manly Liquor and The Market Butcher present a Boutique Beer & BBQ night with Behemoth Brewing Company and Bach Brewing

What an extraordinary night it will be, two Kiwi Rockstar Brewers presenting their beers side by side with matched foods from great chefs working with the fine meats of The Market Butcher.

Reservations must close for catering purposes on Tuesday 26th at midday. Book now and enjoy a big bonus, buy three tickets and we'll give you a fourth for FREE!


Here's the food line up, all cooked by the brilliant Argentinian BBQ crew over Ti Tree that goes with the beers, further down read all about the beers in detail.

1.         BEHEMOTH HOPPED UP ON PILS. Served with Pork Sausage and Rocket, Italian parmesan cheese and black olives salad with balsamic dressing.

2.         BEHEMOTH 6 FOOT 5 IPA. Served with slow smoked Pork Ribs with Mango, black beans and avocado salad.

3.         BACH BREWING TAILFIN AMERICAN IPA. Served with Chicken and Israeli Couscous salad with smoked winter vegetables and South American dressing

4.         BACH BREWING KINGTIDE. Served with Beef Sausage and Potato Gratin

5.         BEHEMOTH IIN YA FACE DOUBLE IPA. Slow smoked  Lamb Ribs and Baby Potatoes with Rosemary and garlic and Dijon mustard sauce.

6.         BACH BREWING CRAYPORTER - PORTER STYLE DARK ALE. Served with Brisket smoked for 8 hours, Sautéed mushrooms with spinach, special sauce with parsley, garlic and white wine.

The full details on the beers...

Behemoth Hopped Up On Pils

The New Zealand Pilsner is a beautiful thing. It takes the crispness and freshing qualities of a Pilsner and adds the flavours and aromas of an NZ Pilsner into the mix. This beer has the qualities of a pilsner but the big aromatics of NZ hops like an IPA. This beer is one that people new to craft beer will love but enough hops to satisfy people who are dedicated hop heads. ALC/VOL 5%; HOPS: Pacific Jade, Motueka, NZ Cascade; MALT: Pilsner Malt, Carapils

Behemoth 6 Foot 5  IPA

All tall people play basketball right? I always got told to stand tall and be proud of your height. Well for this beer I stand tall and am proud of our hops. This beer is based on delicious West Coast style IPA's but with a kiwi twist. It has a light malt base that is layered with big american hops (and a bit of Kiwi hops for good measure). It is big and tropical, piney and all sorts of lovely hoppy flavours). If you want some hop and basketball puns just read the bottle. ABV: 6.5%; HOPS: Pacific Jade, Mosiac, Centennial, Citra and Nelson Sauvin; MALT: Pale Malt, Pale Crystal, Carapils

Behemoth IIn Ya Face Double IPA

In Ya Face Double IPA is not here to fornicate with arachnids. This beer contains a massive amount of American hops, which like all good Americans will get right up In Ya Face! ABV: 9%; Hops: Pacific Jade, Mosiac, Citra, Amarillo and Simcoe; Malt: Pale Malt, Vienna, brewers extract

Bach Brewing Kingtide

True to its Pacific genre, Kingtide weaves a balance between the tropical fruit of the NZ hops and the citrus-pine of the US hops. At 7 per cent, its sweet, mellow, with a broad pillowy mouthfeel. It delivers a multi-layered experience of floral, fruity and charmingly rugged bitterness. ABV 7%.

Bach Brewing Tailfin American IPA 500ml

The Tailfin American IPA showcases American hops and NZ malts. Fresh, hoppy, exceptionally aromatic, brimming with savoury flavours of stonefruit, capsicum and spring onion. Aromas of summer flowers and apricot and a full rounded body. Not overly bitter. American style lovers will lap this up. 6.5% ABV

Bach Brewing Crayporter - Porter Style Dark Ale 500ml

CrayPorter is brewed with eight malts and forty whole crayfish plunged into the kettle boil, for a subtle fusion of sea and land. Dark beer with rich head. Hint of brine and toasty malt. Just a hint of Crayfish flesh with clean hop bitterness. 5.6% ABV

Join us on the 30th

Book by emailing or calling us (09-4242969), provide your credit card details and we will put the tickets aside for you. Don't be slow though, our last event sold out on a Tuesday night. Saturday is so much easier for a beer based barbecue!