Niugini Ice Beer - True Pacific

By: True Pacific  06-Dec-2011

Launched in 1995, Niugini Ice is one of SP Brewery's premium brands. Its unique brewing process where the beer is chilled to below freezing point, produces the crystals that give it a crisp, clean taste. It is in 330 ml bottle and can and contains 5.2% alcohol.

It is packed in cartons of either 24 or 12 bottles.  The cans are only packed in 24s.

This premium brand has won international medals it the past years and results are as follows

  • 2006 MONDE SELECTION 45th World Selection
    Niugini Ice - Bronze
  • 2006 AUSTRALIAN INTERNATION BEER AWARDS
    Niugini Ice - Silver
  • 1996 AUSTRALIAN INTERNATIONAL BEER AWARD
    Niugini Cold Ice Beers, Cans - Bronze medal
  • 1996 MONDE SELECTION 35TH WORLD SELECTION
    Niugini Cold Ice Beer - Silver medal


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