Windhoek Lager - 6 Pack

$19.00
$14.99 aud

BB DATE 31 JAN 2022 - REDUCED TO CLEAR

A premium, natural beer brewed according to the German Purity Law of 1516, using only the finest imported ingredients certified to contain no genetically modified organisms. This beer is mild in bitterness with a distinctive hops flavour, delivering an exquisite taste profile.


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