Noon Gun’s Beers

Noon Guns Beers

Noon Gun honours beer lovers with the equivalent of a 21-gun salute! Beer authorities, Privates First Class, it is time to let the bubble-inspecting, liquid-swirling, mouthfeel-interpreting commence! To assist you while you expose your palette to our complexions, please view a little description of each of our beers below:

Beer O' Clock

Smooth Bore



Cheers to the early beer pioneers! To the surprise and delight of early brewers, beer continued to ferment in the dark cellars and icy alpine caves of Bavaria, long after being left there. A delicious new manner of sustenance was discovered. Lager is effervesced with the help of bottom-fermenting yeast. Left to mellow and clear, the resulting rich malt complex liquid is peaked with a firm cloud of foam.



Alcohol Loading: 4,8%
Bitterness: A lovely 20 IBU's
Gravity: 11.2° plato down to 1.9° plato
Colour: Amber to copper
Tasting Notes: Crisp and smooth with malt biscuity-like notes


Yeast: Lager Yeast
Malts: Pale Malt, Munich Malt
Bittering Hops: George Hops
Finishing Hops: George Hops




The waking hour's brew, a product of World War One England, where the working fellow was allotted four drinking hours per day (sessions).  A chilled-out, jovial, 4% beer. This molten amber sap balances nicely on the tongue, creating a juicy and almost weightless equity - brought together with the bitter firepower of an Indian Pale Ale. Dry and light-bodied, it delivers the flavours of five types of hops.


Alcohol Loading: 4.0% (Smaller punch for continued enjoyment)
Gravity: 12.5° plato down to 2.3° plato
Bitterness: 35 IBU’s for that extra refreshing punch.
Colour: Deep, golden caramel
Tasting Notes: Herbal, aromatic and refreshingly sharp tones


Yeast: Ale Yeast
Malts: Pale Malt and Munich Malt
Bittering Hops: George Hops, Citra Hops

Muzzle Loader



Introduced by the Dukes of Wittelsbach in Bavaria, Weiss (otherwise known as breakfast beer in Germany), was brewed in small towns in the 16th century. Overtaken in popularity by darker brews, the Weiss bier, has come flowing back into the beer drinkers’ weizen glass. Our wheat beer is lightly hopped to create a slightly floral, dry and enlivening taste, required especially when the sun isn’t keeping to its own personal space.


Alcohol Loading: 5.2%
Gravity: 12.7° plato down to 2.8° plato
Bitterness: An easy 12 IBU’s
Colour: Silky gold, like a fine tapestry
Tasting Notes: Tangy, clove-like and energising. Easily enjoyed, a great compatriot to your relaxation endeavours.


Yeast: Weiss Yeast
Malts: Pale Malt and Crystal Malt
Bittering Hops: George Hops, Citra Hops




Imagine this dilemma – you cannot decide whether you want to sip an appealing ale or a luscious lager. Well, get ready, at your nearest tap, as Noon Gun Brewery has released its latest refreshment elixir – a ‘hybrid beer’, light and easily swigged until the last drop.

Originating in Cologne, Germany, Noon Gun Brewery brings you one of the first African versions of this fairly young German brewing style. A rapidly dissipating head accompanied by gentle fruit flavours leave your palette refreshed and tingling with only pleasant sensations.


Alcohol Loading: 4.5%
Gravity: 10.6° plato down to 1.8° plato
Bitterness: A good 27 IBU’s
Colour: A soft light straw colour
Tasting Notes: Refreshing, fruity and easy finish with a slight bitter after tone.


Yeast: Kölsch Yeast
Malts: Pilsner Malt
Bittering Hops: Africa Queen