From the very lightest of ales, to the darkest of stouts and everything in between, be sure to try something different when your next in and join us on a journey of craft beer appreciation!



Here's our LIVE Beer List of whats on tap right now. 

Beer Events

Here at Pomeroy's we have exciting and interesting beer events every month. If you have an interest in craft beer and the people that make it, this is for you. Remember to book in quick for these as numbers are always limited.

Pomeroys Beer Quiz: Monday 8th August

Test out your knowledge of the amber/golden/dark liquid gold.

Limited bookings available, Tickets $5pp - Up to 5 a team, Ask at the bar at Pomeroy's! Don't miss it.

Bright Pants,Bright Beer Launch: Wednesday 10th August

We are excited to celebrate the launch of this colab beer between none other than the Yeastie Boys and the Beer Baroness.
Get your bright pants on (or a bight skirt) and score a pint!


Tap Takeover: Thursday 11th August

Come celebrate Christchurch with the exciting tap takeover!

Joe & Brads Beer and Meat Spectacular: Wednesday 21st September

This is sure to be a blast... Come and enjoy a ton of meat and great Liberty Beer!
Tickets $60 and are very limited

Ask at the bar at Pomeroy's! Don't miss it.

Brewed Inhouse

Tucked in behind the famous Pom's Pub is the Stainless Steel Brewery which not only makes our inhouse Pomeroys selection and Beer Baroness Ales,
but also contract brewers for other brewers around new zealand, helping keep the varietires of craft beer alive and well.

Four Avenues Brewing

Pomeroys OBI Beer Selection

Pomeroys brews fine craft beer from Christchurch's Center in behind the pub in our brewery: Stainless Brewing. We change the taps between a selection of tasty staples with the occasional special edition, keep an eye on the boards for whats fresh on the day. The range currently includes;

Pomeroys Lager - Golden Lager 3.8% - A true sesion beer, perfectly suited to drinking in the summer months
Pomeroys Porter - Porter 5.0% - A Brown Porter, brewed with a nod to the porters from London in the 18th century.
Pomeroys Czech Pilsner - Amber Ale 5.0% - A traditional dry Pils with a sweet hop aroma and flavour.

Beer Baroness

Beer Baroness Brewing Company

Ava Wilson is the Beer Baroness, setting forth on a journey of brewing bold craft beers for the discerning palate. As Manager of Pomeroy's she is taking her years of passion and "sampling" knowledge to offer a range of brilliant brews and come crafty collaborations! The beers include

Lady Danger - Red Ale 6.5% - An extra hoppy Red Ale brewed in collaboration with Epic.
Madam Brown - Brown Ale 5.6% - A sophisticated American Brown Ale with roasty chocolate notes.
The First Lady - APA 5.8% - A perfect APA for summer tropical fruit, citrus and hops.
The Bearded Lady -Stout 5.6% - A bold and burly treacle and liquorice dry Stout.
Darling Clementine - Golden Ale 5.5% - A thirst quenching summer pleaser.


15 Regular Taps

We have our regulars range on all the taps year round, they include a solid range of craft beers
that mean you can come enjoy your favourites while pondering which fresh new brew to try.

Four avenues brewing co.

Four Avenues is young and working towards perfecting our house beers with a strong focus on quality Session ales. See the board and talk to our friendly staff for more details. Oh, and check out the Avenues hour!

Harrington’s pig & whistle 4%

A New Zealand classic dark beer, light in mouth feel, chocolate in flavour. Awarded the “Best In Class” Trophy for British Ale Styles at the Brewers Guild of NZ Awards.

Harrington’s saddler lager 4%

A whole malt lager with no additives. It’s a light bodied brew with a toffee flavour that is evenly balanced with a hopped edge. Very crisp and very clean.

Harrington’s kiwi draught 4%

Classic Kiwi. Lightly-bodied and slightly sweet, nutty biscuit taste.

Mussel inn captain cooker  5%

The Manuka for this brew was selectively hand picked on the day of brewing from a special location in Golden Bay. The natural variation from season to season is part of the character of this beer.

Three boys OYSTER STOUT 6.2% (handpump)

Christchurch’s Three Boys should need no introduction, and Oyster Stout is their definitive winter warmer. Rich and velvety, this is one of the best stouts known to the taps of New Zealand, and we’ll offer as much as we can get our hands on on handpull... 

Three boys ipa 5.2%

It is the generous addition of hops that allows Three Boys IPA to survive the long haul, but when drunk fresh you can really appreciate the aroma of the special selection of NZ hops.

Tuatara Hefe 5%

Wheat beers have been around for centuries, but you can still startle unsuspecting New Zealanders with a good one. A portion of wheat in the mash results in a sweeter, cloudier base. In combination with a Weinstephan yeast, this produces distinctive flavours of ripe banana, vanilla and clove.

Epic pale ale 5.4%

Impressive aroma of grapefruit and rose petals, flavour of creamy malt sweetness, and a finish of lingering bitterness.

Emerson’s pilsner 4.9%

This pilsner oozes citrus and passionfruit aromas and flavors. The palate shows a hint of early malt sweetness.

Emerson’s bookbinder 3.7%

A wonderfully drinkable interpretation of a classic English ale. Bookbinder Bitter is a blend of four malts combined with two classic Nelson grown European hops (Fuggles and Riwaka). The beer pours an attractive reddish brown, with a cream coloured head. Bookbinder Bitter has a sweet, perfumey, malt and hop aroma with a soft, malty, fruit and vinous palate that is both full flavoured and refreshing with a long, gently drying finish.

Emerson’s 1812 IPA 4.9%

The defining essence of Emerson’s 1812 IPA is the sheer ‘Englishness’! The beer has a delightful marmalade character with toffee maltiness, balanced by complex, orangey and earth hop notes in both the aroma and palate. Tangy hops dominate the beer’s lingering, dry finish.

Tuatara London Porter 5%

Making a good dark Porter isn’t just about malt. Sure you’ve got your crystal, chocolate and roast malts to provide lots of body and a healthy shade of who-turned-the-lights-out, but balance demands something more than that; specifically, generous additions of Chinook hops. Be sure to try it how the Pom’s like it; flat and a few degrees warmer. You may be pleasantly surprised!

Invercargill pitch black stout 4.5%

It shouts stout… deep colour and rich hints of chocolate and coffee, yet dry enough to want another pint.

Panhead Supercharger 5.7%

American-style muscle gets backed up here with real kiwi horsepower. A long, aromatic list of hops like Centennial, Citra and Simcoe should lead you to expect massive bitterness and sensory hop presence, and you wouldn’t be too far off in that expectation at all. One for the hop heads.


Expect to see a rotating cast of the best cider on offer at any given time... Whether it be Eve’s NV cider from KJD Brewing, Nally’s from Invercargill or Zeffer from Matakana.

Craft Companions

The perfect way to compliment a crafty beverage & good company.

ROAST BONE MARROW / shallot salad / garlic sour dough toast $18.00

PORK CROQUETTES / kohlrabi / apple salad / watercress / fire cracker mayo $18.00

STEAMED PORK BUNS / spring onions / pickles / roast peanuts / house chilli sauce / lime mayo $18.00

BEER HOP SMOKED SALMON  / seasonal vege salad / fresh horseradish / red onion / rocket $22.00

CLOUDY BAY CLAMS / aromatic coconut chilli broth / grilled flat bread $18.00

PRAWN & HUNGARIAN SAUSAGE ARANCINI / red pepper ragu / saffron mayo $18.00

SMOKED & GRILLED SEASONAL VEGE SALAD / whipped goats cheese / crouts / herb and lemon oil $18.00

BLUE CHEESE SALAD / roast and pickled beets / Parma ham / cider poached pears / walnuts / arugula $22.00

HOMEMADE PORK CRACKLING / apple & pear relish $8.00

CHILLI CHICKEN WINGS / chipotle beer glaze / blue cheese / buttermilk ranch slaw $16.00

JALAPENO CHEESE DIP / seasonal vegetable crisps / flour tortilla chips $15.00

FRIES / choice of plain, garlic or gravy $8.00

NACHOS / mixed beans / chipotle sauce / aged cheddar cheese / avocado / jalapeños / charred corn / tortilla chips / lime crema $20.00

SICHUAN SQUID  / pickled chilli / coriander / lime / squid ink mayo $18.00 

Breweries we Stock

  • Cassels & Sons’ Brewery restaurant and café is known throughout Christchurch for the medal winning Cassels & Sons craft beers.

  • Fiasco Brewing Company are proud to bring you some of the most delectable, tantalising brews available. It started with a night out with a few brews, two friends that love brewing and the temerity to bring some classy flavours and odoriferous smells to the craft beer scene. Our brews are made with only the finest hops and ingredients, brewed right here in the heart of Christchurch city. 

  • Golden bear is the creation of  Jim and Anne Matranga. They moved to New Zealand in 2005 and stumbled upon a rotting steel shed full of stored junk, located at the historic Mapua Wharf and envisioned the future site of Golden Bear Brewing Company.  After two and a half years of planning, consents and construction, Golden Bear Brewing opened on Labor Day - October 2008.

  • Brewed in Christchurch, New Zealand and first released in February 2011, Valkyrie Brewing Co has five beers in their range, being released over a period of time and developing in style, hops, flavour and bitterness with each beer

  • It was 1999 when my dad and I established Invercargill Brewery in his garage, and set about applying new world flavours like Nelson Hops, Gladfield Malt and Central Otago apples to old-world beer styles. The result has been an award winning range of authentic brews that includes seasonal  specials that have gained international accolades. Beer with us – for quality you’ll never forget.

  • Tracy Banner heads the small and enthusiastic Sprig & Fern Brewery team that collectively has more than 50 years of commercial brewing experience. They are based at the Beach Road, Richmond, premises about 10 minutes from Nelson city. Every batch is hand brewed with a level of care and an attention to quality that has earned us a solid reputation amongst real craft beer drinkers throughout New Zealand

  • Christchurch based Brewery. All Vulcan Brewers beers are 100% Vegan

  • The Brew Moon Brewing Company is a completely independent craft brewery in Amberley, North Canterbury. Started in 2002 by Kieran McCauley and Belinda Gould. The Brew Moon's aim is to bring you flavoursome natural beer made locally by people who are passionate about good, sustainable, local food products.

  • Croucher Brewing is an award-winning craft brewery based in Rotorua, New Zealand. Back in 2004 Paul Croucher and Nigel Gregory shared a mid-life-crisis, leaving well paid academic and corporate careers with the dream of making delicious craft beer.

  • At mike’s, brewing great beer isn’t just a job - It’s a passion. mike’s was founded on a strong entrepreneurial spirit, which is still burning strong since 1989 with a passion for organic beer.

  • The Tuatara brewing scheme is not difficult for the uninitiated to grasp. They brew true to style, so wherever possible they go direct to the source and use the ingredients that have made that style famous. To say that Tuatara Brewery has taken off in the last few years is an understatement. Heck, they’ve been propelled into orbit. An Award-winning New Zealand craft brewery.

  • ParrotDog Brewing Limited is a craft brewing company first put into action by the home brewing partnership of Matt Kristofski and Matt Warner. Matt Stevens was later added to the grist and 2011 saw our first commercial brewing release, ParrotDog BitterBitch, on tap and in bottles in all good craft beer bars and outlets around Wellington and the wider New Zealand.

  • Garage because it started in a garage, but it’s more than that. It’s also about approaching things with a garage mentality. It’s about playing around, making do and thinking outside the box. Project because it’s ongoing, it’s a work in progress and we plan to keep it that way. We don’t plan to come out with a fixed portfolio of beers – this is about experimenting, pushing boundaries, blurring the boundaries between styles - seeing what works.

  • Panhead Custom Ales

    Panhead Custom Ales apply every bit of our skill, creativity and impeccable taste to the business of brewing great craft beer. They love to strip a brew back to its essence and rebuild it in a way that honours tradition as well as the alchemy of creation. They’re turning out beers with character bursting from the glass, streamlined vehicles for malt, yeast and serious hopping. Enjoy them, share them and let us know what you think.

  • Emerson’s Brewery

    Emerson’s premium craft beers are very special.  They combine fidelity to style, aroma, flavour and finish with their own distinctive balance and memorability. 
    To achieve this standard of excellence Emerson’s use a range of malts imported from the leading maltsters of Europe and premium New Zealand grown hops.  

  • 8 Wired Brewing

    8 Wired Brewing is inspired by the legendary Kiwi can-do mentality and fellow craft brewers who have dared to challenge the masses and show us all that beer is no longer “just beer”!
    Champion Brewery at the Brewers Guild Awards 2011, and also featured on the prestigious list of “100 best brewers in the World”, as the only Southern Hemisphere brewery.

  • Three Boys Brewery personally tend each small-scale brew, right from selecting the best malt and hops until it leaves the brewery in Christchurch. Their beers are a living product; not filtered and not pasteurised - just as nature intended. OAward winning finest quality beer, finest possible taste.

  • Epic Flavour is reflected the way Epic like to brew beer. They like to have big aromas, flavours and taste in the beers. Summer up its New Zealand brewed, hop intense, craft beer. 

  • Yeastie Boys

    The Yeastie Boys - Stu McKinlay and Sam Possenniskie are the dynamic duo of New Zealand's craft beer scene. They burst onto the beer landscape with two trophies for their flagship porter Pot Kettle Black at BrewNZ 2009 and have remained firmly ensconced there ever since.

  • Harringtons Breweries

    Winner of the Brewer's Guild Grand Champion New Zealand Brewery award in 2012, a testament to the skill and craft of Harrington's hard working brewers. The range has grown from its beginings in 1991 to a range of over 30 beers, including the recently released award winning Brewers' Selection.

  • Beer Baroness

    Ava Wilson is the Beer Baroness, setting forth on a journey of brewing bold craft beers for the discerning palate. As Manager at one of New Zealand's best craft beer pubs, Pomeroy's in Christchurch and brewing out of Four Avenues, Beer Baroness is looking to take years of passion and "sampling" knowledge to offer a range of brilliant brews and come crafty collaborations!

  • Four Avenues Brewing Co.

    Four Avenues brews fine craft beer from Christchurchs Center in Pomeroys.

Whisky List


An Cnoc 12 years old (An-nock)                                                                         40%
Knockdhu distillery, lovingly referred to by locals as 'the Knock' or 'an cnoc', release their whisky under this name to avoid confusion with another distillery in Scotland called Knockando. Fresh and lively, with flavours of citrus fruits, vanilla and apple. Deliciously rounded and soft on the palate $8.50 / $4.50

BenRiach 16 years old (Ben-ree-ahc)                                                                43%
Situated at Fogwatt in the heart of Speyside, Scotland's largest whisky producing region, the BenRiach  distillery is well known for its diversity and varied styles. The 16 year old is matured in both American and European oak casks, giving it the hallmark BenRiach notes of of fresh vanilla, rich honey and hints of stone fruit (peaches) along with a gentle whiff of peat smoke that lingers in the background $11 / $6

Glenfarclas 12 Years Old (Glen-farc-lass)                                                          40%
The Glenfarclas 12 year old is a great introduction to one of Scotland's most revered distilleries. Independently owned by the Grants of Glenfarclas since 1826, it is the benchmark for Speyside whisky for its integrated flavours of toffee, sherried fruits and a little hint of smoke, all perfectly balanced by a spicy oak dryness $8.50 / $4.50

Glenfarclas 15 Years Old (Glen-farc-lass)                                                          46%
At this age the true Glenfarclas style really starts to shine - the flavours found in their younger expressions are still here, but there is much more to them - the oak comes through like fine antique polished furniture, and the sherry cask flavours are more developed, deeper and complex. The balance between the heavy fruit, spice and oak come together in one of the best and most lingering finishes around $13 / $7

Glenfarclas 21 years old (Glen-farc-lass)                                                                      43%
Aged for 21 years in the finest Spanish oak casks, the Glenfarclas 21 year old is a benchmark single malt for its style and region, showing a beautful dark amber gold colour and hints of fresh vanilla pod, sherry and a touch of smoke. Incredibly smooth and rounded on the palate with a balanced fruit, spice and smoke flavours $17 / $9

Inchgower 'Old Malt Cask' 1995 / 18 years old (Inch-gow-er)                            50%
This 18 year old single cask bottling from Hunter Laing's 'Old Malt Cask' series comes from the Inchgower distillery in Speyside. Matured in a sherry butt, it has a striking nose of rich fruit and fragrant vanilla custard powder. The palate is dense and smooth with a full bodied sherry flavour that lingers towards spicy and fruity Christmas cake. A lovely dark, old Inchgower $18 / $9.50


Kilkerran 'Work In Progress 6' from Glengyle (Kil-kerran)                               46%
The Glengyle distillery is situated in the famous whisky producing region of Campbeltown, on the Mull of Kintyre on the west coast of mainland Scotland. Hints of old warehouses, distant coal smoke and sea-side freshness combine with sweet & bitter orange marmalade nuiances and a hint of apple pie. Glengyle were only founded in 2006 and they are already making a big impression with their old school style that is rarely seen these days $10 / $5.50

Sprinkbank 10 years old                                                                                  46%
The Springbank distillery, situated in Campbeltown at the end of the remote peninsula of Kintyre, is one of Scotland's most iconic distilleries. The character of Springbank is complex & deep, with flavours ranging from coconut, vanilla &  pears through to a hint of sea-side aromas & a touch of smoke $10 / $5.50

Springbank 15 years old                                                                                  46%
Truly classic Springbank, best enjoyed after dinner, or with your favourite cigar. Notes of Sherry, Christmas cake, almonds, toffee and oak, whilst all the while displaying all the characteristics of classic Campbeltown and its coastal location. It has a fantastic creamy texture with a long lasting, warming and rich finish $14 / $7.50

Longrow from Springbank                                                                              46%
Longrow is the name of the heavily peated whisky made at the Springbank distillery, and this is their latest releases. Creamy desiccated coconut, white pepper with a hint of salty brine. Sweet and incredibly oily on the palate that gets peppery and dry on the finish with a spice that makes it rather bold. An intriguing combination of flavours and textures that the Longrow make is famous for $10 / $5.50


Caol Ila 'Signatory' 1983 / 30 years old (Cull-eela)                                          51.6%
This spectacularly old Caol Ila has been hand-selected by the team at Signatory Vintage from just a single cask, laid down 30 years ago in 1982. Complex and deep, the smoke and peat flavours are integrated yet big with wet burning peat, a gentle tang of the sea and a medley of fruits including a hint of preserved lemon tang. The smoke, peat and oak have come together in perfect harmony - a quintessential old Islay malt that has plenty of vigor for such an old whisky $37 / $19

Kilchoman 'Machir Bay' (Kil-hom-an, Mac-hir Bay)                                            46%
Though they may be the newest distillery on Islay, Kilchoman's their roots run deep into the history of distilling as they grow their own barley and utilize a traditional foor malting. The nose is rich with a clean, fresh sea-air peat smoke. As you explore further there is a lovely oily sweetness that offsets the peppery smoke, and the long peaty finish has a surprising fruityness. Truly remarkable whisky from Islay's newest whisky heroes $10 / $5.50

Kilchoman ‘Loch Gorm’                                                                                                46%
Fully matured in fresh Oloroso sherry butts which have had a big influence on the spirit. The smoke and peat is all here, with sultanas, dark chocolate and an interesting touch of lime in the background. The palate is thick and oily, with rich sweet cooked fruit and cloves carrying the smoke through to the finish. $14 / $7.50

Laphroaig 'Douglas of Drumlanrig' 1999 / 14 years old (Laph-froig)                 46%
Matured for 14 years in a refill Hogshead cask, this Laphroaig is starting to gain the more mature character found in older whiskies from the distillery. There's still plenty of peat, smoke and iodine to be found on the nose, but it is joined by hints of honey and the occasional hint of tangy grapefruit or passionfruit. The finish resumes the peat and smoke with a drying earthy flavour distinct to Laphroaig. A sophisticated old Islay malt $18 / $9.50

Port Askaig Cask Strength 19 years old (Port Ass-kaig)                                                50.4%
Distilled at an undisclosed distillery on the Isle of Islay, 'Port Askaig' has been bottled at cask strength from a small selection of 19 year old single malt whisky. The aroma is softly smoky, with layers of peat, aromatic citrus, honey and herbal spicyness. The palate shows the mature character of an Islay malt, with a gentle flinty smoke and zesty lemony tang. The finish lingers with a sooty peat smoke that slowly drifts away - a superb dram $17 / $9


Balblair 2003 Vintage (Bal-blair)                                                                       46%
From one of Scotland's oldest distilleries, Balblair is renowned for its sweeter, soft summer fruit flavours (green apples, fresh fruit salad) that develop on the palate with a hint of oaky spicyness. A great dram to choose if you are new to whisky or would like to experience the more gentle flavours from the Highlands of Scotland $12 / $6.50

Ben Nevis 'Cadenhead' 22 years old (Ben Nev-iss)                                           53.5%
Typically heavy and robust on the nose, this 22 year old cask-strength Ben Nevis exhibits the classic distillery style. Cherries, chocolate and nutty marzipan are joined by brown sugar, sultanas and fragrant spice. The finish is syrupy and sweet, before drifting off to a hot spicyness. Ben Nevis is a very traditional highland single malt, this is a great example of the style $21 / $11

Edradour 10 years old (Edra-dour)                                                                   40%
Pitlochry is a small town situated in the middle of Scotland and is home to the famous Edradour distillery. While it is one of the smallest distilleries in Scotland capable of filling only 10-12 barrels of spirit each week, it is also one of the most visited due to its central location. Soft & easy drinking, it carries flavours of toasted almonds, sweet vanilla toffee, spiced fruitcake & a hint of chocolate-mint $9 / $5

Edradour Ibisco single cask, cask strength (Edra-dour)                                              57.4%
'Ibisco' refers to the unique bottle this hand selected single-cask Edradour comes in. Bottled at cask strength without filtration or dilution, it offers you the opportunity to try whisky in its most natural form which preserves all of the rich, sherried, raisiny, and chocolatey flavours and big oaky texture. Try adding a few drops of water to your dram to 'open it up' and make it more approachable as this is quite a strong whisky $16 / $8.50

GlenDronach ‘The Original’ 12 years old (Glen-dron-ahc)                                   43%
Situated just outside of Huntly in the highlands of Scotland, theGlenDronach distillery has since 1826 produced a style of whisky that is renowned for its rich, heavy character. Notes of dried fruit (raisins, sultanas) followed by a big dollop of heavy toffee & sherry lead into hints of dark chocolate $8.50 / $4.50

GlenDronach 'Allardice' 18 Years Old (Glen-dron-ahc)                                        46%     
Named after James Allardice, the 'exuberant and extroverted' man who founded this distillery in 1826, this 100% Oloroso sherry cask matured whisky is a classic Highland dram. Complex and sophisticated with dark toffee, macerated dried fruits and a big dark cocoa chocolate flavour with a touch of sweet nutty spice. The finish is long lasting, slightly dry and ever-changing. $16 / $8.50

Glenglassaugh 30 years old (Glen-gla-saw)                                                     44.8%
Situated on the rugged north eastern coast of Scotland, Glenglassaugh is a rare gem of a distillery, brought back from an extended closure from 1986-2007 and now in the safe hands of Billy Walker, master distiller of GlenDronach & BenRiach. This 30 year old single malt whisky has been matured in sherry casks which over time have married with the spirit to create rich flavours of dried fruit aromas creamy toffee fudge. A maritime note is evident, bold and distinctive, hinting at the distillery's place by the sea. A spectacular dram from one of Scotland's rarest distilleries $44 / $23

Old Pulteney 12 Years Old (Old Pullt-nee)                                                          40%
Situated in the extremely remote sea-side town of Wick, on the far North Eastern coast of the Highlands, Old Pulteney has a soft, honeyed and sweet almond (marzipan) flavour on the nose and palate. The classic flavours of Old Pulteney would not be complete without a slightly tangy saltyness that comes through on the sides of your mouth. A great dram for any time of day or occasion $9 / $5


Knappogue Castle 12 Years Old (Napogue)
40%  $10 Double  $5.50 Single
This triple distilled malt has a creamy mellow texture with notes of tinned pears, vanilla and honey. Complex malty flavours combine with toasted oak spicyness to produce and wonderfully balanced, smooth dram. Most people are familiar with the Irish blends; why not give Irish single malts a try?


Nikka 'Yoichi' Single Malt 10 years old (Yo-ee-chee)                                        45%

Yoichi is one of Japan's oldest single malt distilleries, and has flavours of light tropical fruit, light smoke and spice with the elegant and distinctive flavour and aroma of Mizunara oak. An excellent balance between the fruit, oak and peat smoke flavours - a benchmark of the Japanese whisky style $11 / $6


Nikka From The Barrel Blended Whisky                                                                      51.4%

Mature malt and grain whiskies from Nikka's various distilleries have been blended and then re-casked together for a period to allow the whiskies to further integrate and develop. Notes of pineapple, wood varnish and a strong oak influence from the Japanese white oak casks. Bottled at a cask strength of 51.4% - a sensational example of the Japanese whisky style $12 / $6.50


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