Welcome to our #BeerOutbound photo competition in partnership with Coleman.
We’re looking for photos of you outside, with a Jack Black Beer.
We’ll be choosing the top 10 images to showcase at the brewery, with a winner announced at an exhibition night on Friday, September 29th.
We’ll have some spot prizes with Coleman on the night, and it’s sure to be a rad evening with live music and awesome food.
The winner will walk away with a Coleman Steel Belt Cooler filled with beers valued at over R4000.
How to enter:
We want to encourage you to take our beer outside. On a hike, on a camping trip, on a surf adventure, on a forest walk, at on outdoor braai – the location’s up to you, so long as it’s outside. The essence of the competition is in the spirit of adventure and good beer. It’s about friendship, getting outbound, and just basically having a great time, outdoors.
Whether it’s the top of a mountain peak, or your family campfire, it’s about that moment in time special to you. Share you photos on Instagram using the hashtag #BeerOutbound and tagging Jack Black Beer in the image.
Get outside, get muddy, get sweaty, have fun – we can’t wait to see the results!!
Please post your photos by Thursday 21 September to be eligible for the competition.
If your Instagram account is set to private, we won’t be able to see your post. Please feel free to email us your photos to email@example.com
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It’s Beer of the Month time again! This time round we have 2×4 Packs of Lumberjack Amber Ale, a vintage bottle opener as well as a brewery tour and tasting to give away.
This July we celebrate a favourite winter companion – our Lumberjack Amber Ale.
Today in a time of mass-produced, commodity driven beer, Lumberjack stands apart from the rest. Rooted in tradition and craftsmanship, this beer originated with the fearless outdoorsman in mind: strong, confident and resolute. As bold as the woodsman who worked the timber in a bygone era, Lumberjack has a sturdy malt driven backbone, packed with loads of roasted malt. Huge hop additions intensify the piney, citrus aromas of this full flavoured ale.
Clocking in at 6% ABV and 40 IBU’s – it’s a beer for the brave. Fireside recommended.
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It’s Beer of the Month time again! This time round we have 2×12 Packs of Brewers Lager to give away as well as a brewery tour and tasting.
This Month we celebrate the beer that started it all, our flagship – the Original Brewers Lager.
Our Pre-Prohibition style lager is inspired by the all malt beers of the early 1900s. This traditional full bodied lager achieves great balance between hop bitterness & malt sweetness. It delivers a crisp and refreshing taste that never disappoints.
When Matt Brynildson, brewmaster at Firestone Walker (5x times GABF’s brewmaster of the year & 4x times World Beer Cup’s champion brewmaster), recently visited the brewery and thoroughly enjoyed a pint of our lager, it reconfirmed what we already knew: there is a damn good reason this beer’s a favourite!
This full-bodied Lager clocks in at 5% ABV and only 22 IBU’s, making it one of our best session beers, smooth every time.
Photo Credit: Nick Muzik
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It’s been a long term vision for us to enter the UK market, and we’re excited to showcase our unique flavourful beers highlighting our passion for innovation and South African ingredients.
Please see below list of locations where Jack Black Beer is available in the UK:
Retail (independent merchants):
Henderson Wines ( Atlantic Weiss, Brewers Lager, Keller Pils) Scotland – Edinburgh https://www.hendersonwines.co.uk/
Cellar Door Wines (Cape Pale Ale) http://www.cellardoorwines.co.uk/
Dalling & Co (Atlantic Weiss, Brewers Lager, Cape Pale Ale, Keller Pils) http://www.dallingandco.com/
The Wine Chambers (Atlantic Weiss, Cape Pale Ale) http://www.thewinechambers.co.uk/
The Shenfield Wine Co (Cape Pale Ale) https://www.facebook.com/shenfieldwineco/
The Ivy City Garden (Atlantic Weiss) https://theivycitygarden.com/
Tom thumb Newquay (Atlantic Weiss) https://www.tom-thumb.co.uk/
High Timber Restaurant (Brewers Lager, Cape Pale Ale) http://www.hightimber.com/
Roxie Steak – Clapham Junction, Earlsfield, Fulham, Putney (4 branches) (Brewers Lager, Cape Pale Ale, Keller Pils) http://www.roxiesteak.co.uk/
Beers of Europe – http://www.beersofeurope.co.uk/jack-black-brewing-company
For more info please get in touch with Instil Drinks.
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Making this beer was an adventure. It put us directly back in touch with the heart of beer, the ingredients.
Beer, more specifically craft beer, is essentially alive – it’s a natural product from natural ingredients. We needed to get back in touch with nature. What better way to do this than to head out to the hop fields, harvest the hops ourselves, in that special limited window of time dictated only by season. We booked it back to Cape Town, bakkie packed with African Queen hops, to brew with the absolute freshest ingredients possible.
At the brewery, we hopped the sh*t out of this beer, adding hops during lautering, the boil and best of all using our exciting new hop gun, and dry hopping it twice.
A lot of fun and a lot of passion went into brewing this special IPA.
We hope you enjoy!
Our Limited Release Fresh Hop IPA will be available at these stores in the next few days:
Jack Black Taproom, Banana Jam Cafe, Beerhouse, A touch of Madness, Saints.
Jack Black Taproom, Liquor City Claremont, Roeland Liquors, Woodstock Liquors, Biggest Little Beer Shop, Bottelary Hills.
Growler Station at Tops Hillcrest, Siggis Salt Rock, Republic.
Hillcrest Tops, Marriot Garden’s Liquors, 9th Avenue Bistro.
Gauteng (from the second week of April):
Capital Craft Menlo Park, Capital Craft Centurion, Machics, Hell’s Kitchen.
Liquor City Groenkloof, Liquor City Jan Smuts Ave, Loco Liq Blairgowrie, Tops Radiokop, Bru-House & Diner, Whisk Wine Bar.
Eastern Cape (from the second week of April):
Blind Pig, St. Francis Brewery.
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