Wakachangi GO 17+

Rad3 Limited

Designed for iPad

    • 5.0 • 8 Ratings
    • Free



It's been whacked up to over 1000!

"Quite nice beer"
Colin McRobertson
Head Judge
Moon Breweries Awards 2013

Established more or less in 1648, Wakachangi is probably New Zealand's oldest and most trusted beer! Legend has it the first batch was brewed by nymphomaniac monks in Portugal. They were keen to make a beer that could be used to treat colour blindness and the affects of asparagus wees. They also wanted to make a beer that didn't taste like badger piss that's been put through a 16th Century soda-stream. By all accounts they were successful, but once the Catholic Church got word of it they wanted the beer for themselves.

In an act that many people feel inspired Dan Brown's 'Da Vinci Code', the monks had to go into hiding with the Knights Templar to protect the recipie. The recipe was lost for nearly 400 years until inexplicably it turned up just outside of Greymouth, New Zealand, whereupon it was discovered by Great Uncle Kenny, one of New Zealand's most prolific inventors, adventurers and philanderers.

Uncle Kenny spent many years perfecting the recipe. He wanted to make a truly national beer that could be enjoyed by everyone, also, most importantly, one that didn't taste like wees that had been put through a soda stream. Luckily he achieved this and in the process made the first South Otago beer with North Canterbury flavours, brewed by a West-Coaster with the ol' misty waters of the Waikato!

The rest as they say is history!

Tell e'm I sent ya!

App Features
- Find the closest Wakachangi sales outlet... simple really.

What’s New

Version 1.1.6

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Database performance enhancement

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Conrad Pike ,

Quite nice app

An app made by great New Zealanders for great New Zealanders! Cheers mates!

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