Epic IMP, has just been released in time for the coming summer holiday season.
Brewed as a session IPA, it is SMALL (4.7% alc/vol) and MISCHIEVOUS (generously dry hopped like an IPA. It has more dry hop than the Epic Armageddon ... Read More
Epic Brewing Company & Culley’s are both excited to embark on their third year at The Food Show and this time they are determined to offer visitors an experience they wont forget! Teaming up together to ... Read More
After the highly successful co-branded release of Epic Carolina* and Culley’s Carolina Reaper hot sauce this summer, Luke Nicholas of Epic Brewing Company and Chris Cullen from Culley’s have again come up with something new. They call it “Hot Zombie” Hot Sauce... Read More
Hop Zombie was arguably New Zealand's most successful craft beer release of 2011. With its invasion, Epic continued to push the hop envelope.
Ravaging hordes of craft beer drinkers scoured the shelves of every bottle they could find, hunting them down via word of mouth and social media in ... Read More
How many hops can you fit into a bottle of beer? Does fifty seem like too many? Most of the beer produced in New Zealand today uses the equivalent of less than one hop per bottle. Auckland’s Epic Brewing Company have done exactly the opposite and utilised this ... Read More
An Epic beer label generally has inside jokes, references to popular culture and memes (we like to have fun, be a bit silly, but clever at the same time. Tasting notes aren't always that valuable, as it is so subjective, and ... Read More
From the Untappd Blog - Epic Photo Contest
In March, we want to push your creative spirit and to do so we will be having another photo contest! However, this contest however will be much more epic.
Starting March ... Read More
Blog Post by Neil Miller from The Malthouse Blog
In 450BC, noted toga-wearer Sophocles philosophised that the best diet for the Greeks was bread, meats, various vegetables and beer (the last of which they called Zythos). I would ... Read More
I’ve spoken before about how beer can change over the years. I don’t really know a lot of brewers who develop a beer recipe and then stick with that exact recipe forever without ever taking into consideration any changes with ... Read More