New Zealand’s native Moa was a large flightless bird that was hunted into extinction. Moa Beer is also made the way beer used to be made before everyone started making it differently. So if somehow someone from 1950 travelled in time to go to the pub and had a Moa Beer today they wouldn’t be surprised by its full bodied taste. Moa Beer itself is brewed using traditional costly, inefficient and labour intensive techniques, with a focus on local ingredients, including internationally renowned New Zealand hops. It is rounded off through the use of winemaking techniques like barrel aging and bottle fermentation and bottle conditioning ( like they do with champagne). Moa is the official sponsor of the New Zeland Olympic team!