Good George's events kits is available to hire for functions and events:
The bright orange 1972 kombi is the original Good George event-mobile. Kombi can pour up to 6 varieties of our beer or cider and comes with expert team to get her set up and do the pouring. She brings joy when showing up to events, however being nearly 45 years old functions do need to be fairly close to the brewery in Hamilton. There is an hourly hire fee for kombi and drinks are charged on consumption.
Another part of the Good George events fleet is a navy and white authentic retro starliner caravan. One side of the caravan opens up and can serve up to 3 varieties of our beer or cider to thirsty punters. The caravan comes with team to expertly back her in to place, then pour the Good stuff. There is an hourly hire fee for the caravan and drinks are charged on consumption.
Chilly bin units
Good George also has two 2-tap chilly bin pouring units. The units don’t require power, just to be filled with ice and connected to CO2 (supplied) then the Good stuff can be poured. The chilly bin units are self-service – they can be picked up (along with kegs), used then dropped back to Good George in Hamilton. Delivery is available for an extra charge. There is a one off hire fee for the pouring units, and product is sold as full kegs.
For more info or pricing details for any of these options get in touch with Daniel via email@example.com
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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.
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‘Moo-vin’ to the country, gonna drink a lot of peaches – the presidents of the USA nailed it with this catchy brainworm of a lyric, which we’ve only slightly mangled to make it sound like they were singing about this cider. It’s made with juicy Scarlett O’Hara peaches, and brings you all the summer fun of eating a peach, minus the tooth-chipping stone and all that creepy fur.