Frederic's restaurant and bar is where you'll find warm welcomes, the coldest beer and great food all round. We've built a place you can call home, a place where good times are in abundance and perfect for your next social event.

Now serving a hand picked selection of fine craft beers and ciders.

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34 Egmont Street, New Plymouth -CBD Location.

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Beer of the Month

Monteith’s naturally malted Golden lager has a fresh natural yeastiness in the aroma and a smooth malty character. There are just enough hops for a crispness that makes it a really refreshing beer. Enjoy the smooth rounded cashew nut flavour that is coaxed from premium Munich Malts.

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Monteith's Pilsner
Crushed Apple Cider
Monteith's Single Source
Monteith's Celtic
Monteith’s Radler®
Monteith's Original
Crushed Pear Cider

Monteith’s lively hopped Pilsner Beer bursts forth with a brisk noble hop aroma. It’s a beer with immense flavour and enormous hop character. There is a tangible smooth clean bitterness, which really sets this beer apart.

Monteith’s Pilsner Beer is a Bohemian-style lager in the heritage of extremely hopped blonde beers brewed in parts of Eastern Europe. It has a complex hop aroma and a rich hop bitterness characteristic of this tradition in brewing.

Monteith’s Pilsner Beer has a malty quality that includes smooth caramel characteristics from the use of Vienna-style crystal malts. The key flavour is its

Thanks to a combination of gravity and the great team here at Monteith’s Brewery in Greymouth, Cider fans have a reason to rejoice in a new refreshing drink for summer.

Monteith’s new Crushed Apple Cider is crafted from sun-ripened Nelson fruit that gravitate from the province’s many thousands of apple trees before journeying to our Monteith’s master brewers here in Greymouth who spend three months carefully nurturing the freshly crushed apple juice.

It may be a new development for us here at Monteith’s but world-wide and in New Zealand, Cider is making a comeback.

“We’ve been working through some

Single Source is a revolutionary new beer that is derived from Charmay barley from a singular Rakaia barley farm and Southern Cross hops from a singular Motueka hops farm, each one a source of the very best ingredients.

“It’s important to understand the source of ingredients before making a top quality craft beer, if you don’t understand the source, you’re not going to understand the finished beer,” explains Monteith’s Head Brewer Tony Mercer.

“We’ve looked at every single aspect of the beer; we figured if we did what we’ve always done we’d end up with the same results.  We

Monteith’s Dry Kilned Celtic Beer froths up with a slightly roasted chocolate aroma from special kilning. This develops an invigoratingly dry, thirst-quenching characteristic in the beer. It’s the rich chocolate malts that deliver its distinctive burnt-red colours and baking chocolate aroma.

Monteith’s Celtic Beer is considered an ‘Irish-style ale’ in the heritage of beers of a burnt-red colour traditionally brewed in the Emerald Isle.

Monteith’s Celtic Beer has a dry roasted malt flavour characteristic of this style of brewing. This malty characteristic and crisp dryness is derived from malts of the

Monteith's Black Beer is in a league of its own in the heritage of very dark West Coast beers brewed prior to restrictions imposed on beers in New Zealand during World War II.

By today's standards Monteith's Black Beer is distinctive, with a higher alcohol content than 'mainstream' beers with a crisp dark maltiness. This complex malty characteristic shines through from the use of five different premium malts. With biscuit, nutty, caramel, chocolate and coffee malt characters, it's a special taste in beers that is truly akin to the rich black beers historically produced on the West Coast of New Zealand.

Monteith's brewers have developed traditional yeasty fermentation

Monteith’s Radler® is a refreshing, fruity, lemon and lime-flavoured lager inspired by a drink first served up in Bavaria in the 1920’s by Franz Xaver Kugler, the owner of an Austrian Gasthaus. In search of an invigorating brew, he developed an easy drinking lager bier with a citrus twist — flavoured with lemon and lime – which was the perfect treat for the many cyclists (“radler” in German) and mountain hikers who visited his alpine guesthouse.

Radler® recreates the experience; it’s a lager beer, brewed to full strength at 5% alcohol by volume, with distinctive hoppy notes. The beer is brewed

Monteith’s Original Ale delivers a full, round and complete beer flavour. It’s the hops that dominate aroma and taste. However, on closer inspection, there’s a subtle blackberry aroma which originates from the female flowers of the Pacific Gem Hops.

Brewed to the same Monteith family recipe since 1868, Monteith’s Original Ale is considered a pale ale in the heritage of beers brewed last century.

By today’s standards, Monteith’s Original Ale is fairly dark and this illustrates how much beers have changed over time. In the 1700s, the average beer was very dark and since then mainstream beers have

It’s been nearly a year since Monteith’s Crushed Apple Cider arrived on the market, refreshing Kiwi palates and invigorating a category that had been stagnant for many years.

But far from simply celebrating their success, or resting on their laurels, the Monteith’s brewers have been tinkering with recipes and working hard to perfect their next cider variant and cater for a growing demand for the historic drop which dates back to medieval times.

Their hard-work has paid off and Monteith’s Crushed Pear Cider is set to launch on 1st September 2010 in four-packs only, just in time for the summer months.

Monteith’s Crushed Pear