Whatever the weather, nothing says 'the great Kiwi outdoors' like a box of New Zealand-made beers, some moreish snacks and a few good mates
For more than 150 years, Monteith's has been synonymous with good times in and around Aotearoa. This summer the New Zealand brewery has created a beer that speaks to our travellers and adventurers as we tour our own backyard - the Wayfarer Pilsner.
With its golden-straw colour, thick hop bitterness and smooth malty caramel, Monteith's Wayfarer Pilsner has the look and taste of a Pilsner, the blonde lager that originally got its name from the Bohemian city of Pilsen, where it was first produced in 1842.
Kiwis love their Pilsner, and Monteith's has stayed true to its South Island roots, using Motueka hops in the Wayfarer to give the beer a wonderful aroma, and contributing to a pleasantly crisp finish in the body.
Delicious with freshly-caught salmon and Caesar salad, but equally at home with a casual cheese and dip platter, a box of Monteith's Wayfarer Pilsner is a welcome guest wherever you're travelling in New Zealand.