If we told you that Good George was the best thing to come out of Hamilton, you’d probably think for a minute then make a joke about how we don’t have much competition. That’s okay, we can handle it. When you come from a city that boasts a bridge called Bridge Street Bridge, you learn quickly not to take life too seriously.
We’re serious about brewing though. A group of friends started Good George because we wanted to make beer that was truly world class. Now that this dream has been confirmed by us winning numerous awards we’re far too modest to go into here*, our next job is to spread the word.
There’s a bit of chemistry to brewing, but you shouldn’t need a chemistry degree to enjoy it (or to read the list of ingredients). Beer shouldn’t be boring, but nor should it be intimidating – we’re not afraid to challenge your tastebuds now and then but that should be an enjoyable experience, not a scary one.
And jokes aside, we love our home town. We reckon we could even convince you to love it too, though that’s a conversation for another time. Today it’s an easy sell: world-class beer, fresh and original, and proudly brewed in Hamilton.
*Don’t worry, we’ve put the medal stickers all over our Squealers
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Brewed with a classic English bitter in mind. This beer is about rich, caramel malts, balanced with a dash of colonial hops. The Hard Workers beer, we’ll let you have a couple.
If you're looking to step up from the usual, look no further. Hiding beneath its pale hue are pockets of citrus & balanced biscuity brilliance. Scared of that bitterness? Take another sip.
Inspired by the wave of punchy new world hops. A lovely soft malt backbone is balanced perfectly with juicy, mouth-coating hoppy GOODness & a smooth lingering bitterness.
Our 'geographically confused' Pilsner has a combination of new and old world hops, exhibited by fruit, subtle zest and a grassy herbaceous character. Finishing clean, dry and bitter it’ll keep you coming back for another!
What happens when brewers make cider? They throw oodles of hops into it of course! Take a few of the most intensely aromatic hop flowers from across the globe & make those apples sing notes of passionfruit, mango, papaya and grapefruit. Good? Yep!
All the GOODness of our popular cider married up with locally sourced Doris Plums. Hints of plum & fruit, with sweet and sour taste, makes this one dangerously refreshing.
Is it hoppy enough? This beer is the bigger brother to our IPA with bigger malt base, more alcohol and bitterness, and double the dry hop addition. Finishing bitter yet well-bodied, this unfiltered beer will tempt you in for another pint.