The World's Rarest Six-Pack
Pick up some of the world's most hard-to-find brews — for zero dollars.
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If you're a lover of a good, crisp cold one and spend your weekends rolling from one of Melbourne's inner north breweries to another, then do we have news for you. BWS has jumped on board the craft beer boat. Well, actually, plane, train and every other mode of transport you can think of (including donkey) to grab six of the world's rarest drops. Not only has it brought these tasty tipples back to Aussie shores, but also because beers are better when shared, BWS is giving them away for free. Yep, you can soon get your hands on a six-pack of world-class brews for less than your usual schooey at the arie during happy hour.
Soon you'll be sinking a sour IPA from Poland, a German-style 'weizen' from Japan and a smoky Schlenkerla beer that tastes like liquid bacon from Bamberg, Germany. If you're into your lighter styles, then the Belgian blonde ale from Mexico's 100 percent Yucatan-owned Patito brewery may be more your speed. Like barrel-aged brews? The saison from Italy's CR/AK craft brewery has been aged for seven months in a combination of 60 percent scotch whisky barrels and 40 percent rum barrels. But, perhaps the rarest of all, is a beer from Bhutan: a country that only sees a small number of tourists every year. Namgay's red rice lager is made in the Himalayas at a casual 2195 metres above sea level.
BWS did all the hard work. All you have to do to get yourself a six-pack of the world's rarest (and arguably greatest) beers is head down to BWS's Albert Street store anytime after 10am this Friday, October 18. We recommend you get there quickly, too, as stocks are limited. To check out all of BWS's travel adventures along the way, head here.
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