Smiths Craft Beer House, Queenstown, NZ

Another spot visited in Queenstown was the Smith Craft Beer House.


You can pretty much deduce what they have based on the name.  And you can order a sampler of whatever you like.  Based on their large selection, the bartender chose several for the table based on our taste.  The six that came to the table were:

From left to right:


Garage Prospect, Teas & Tea, Spicy Brown Ale, 6.2% — very dark

Horse Box, Vigilante, IPA, 5.8% — tasted a bit like tea

Horse Box, Storm Hopper, APA, 5.7% — crisp and not too hoppy

Beer Barrons, Lady Danger, Red Ale, 6.5% — red definitely describes it

Wigram Tornado, IPA, 6.6% —  bit of fruit, not much else, slightly bitter

Tuatora/Coucher, Summer Gold Golden Ale, 4.5% — light, totally an ale

For lunch we ordered a pizza, half with cheese half without.  The crust on this thing was amazing.  So light and fluffy!  One of the best pizzas I’ve had.  Great stuff.


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