Moa Beer and Moa Man finish up the NZPGA 2013 at the world famous “The Hills Golf Course” in stunning Queenstown, New Zealand.
Moa Beer with its two on course bars, another one at the 19th hole and the other at the Party Hole 15th at the NZPGA 2013 sponsored by Moa Beer, an award-winning Marlborough-based brewery that was recently the official beer for New Zealand at the London Olympics. The Party Hole at the 15th has a silent disco, two for one drinks for any Eagles and Moa Beer also gave beer master classes and tasting sessions in the afternoon.
Moa Beer is the beer that comes from Marlborough, which is nice, because mostly Marlborough just makes wine, which is a bit boring. Moa uses the same deep bore water locals use to grow grapes and put out house fires.
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. This is because Moa Beer is made by lots of people and not many machines, as opposed to lots of machines and not many people. They would however, be surprised by the cost as Moa is quite expensive and they’d be used to only paying two and six. Whatever that is.
Held at The Hills Golf Course in Queenstown which is set over 500 acres of land across a glacial valley, The Hills is home to an incredible array of flora including native brown top grasses and wild native mountain tussocks. Sculptures crafted by New Zealand artists compliment the natural beauty of the course’s lakes, waterways and wetland areas. Winter snow and frost conditions provide the ideal climate for the finest grasses suited to the modern day game of golf. The 19th will create an environment where everyone can enjoy the atmosphere of the tournament, whether they are golf fans or not!
The tournament incorporates the New Zealand PGA Championship, with the McDougall Cup first being played for in 1920.The tournament has a unique format and incorporates two separate competitions – an individual professional tournament with a NZ$450,000 prize fund, and a team competition which features 66 invited amateur golfers playing alongside the professionals.
Moa Man and Moa Beer has been spotted at the Kiwi House with the Olympics keen kiwis, Moa Beer being the official beer for New Zealand at the London Olympics and now at the NZPGA 2013 held at The Hills Golf Course in Queenstown, NZ. Moa Man even got to brush shoulders with John Key, not once but twice.
What sound does a Moa make? ehhhhaaaaaa
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