Posted by Alex Tewfik on March 13th, 2013
Marlborough has a lot of wine. Experts might even agree that the Marlborough region kick-started the now-booming wine industry in New Zealand—their varietal of fame, of course, being Sauvignon Blanc, then maybe Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. And although beer is pretty huge in New Zealand, wine has reigned supreme for quite some time. But all the while, Moa Brewing Company has managed to make something of themselves as a beer brewers amidst the many vineyards Marlborough is comprised of, and they make great beer, with everything from lagers, to stouts, to ciders.
South Philly’s Devil’s Den will be pouring drafts of Moa’s Methode and Breakfast beers, as well as bottles of their Imperial Stouts (aged in those Pinot Noir barrels) for brunch, this Saturday, from 10:30 am-3:00 pm. Of course, special food items will be prepared for this event, so don’t miss out, because this is a beer that’s hard to come by.