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New Zealand beer producer, DB Breweries, is to launch a range of fruit-flavoured beers on the New Zealand market under the brand name, Hopper. The beers, which will come in peach, citrus and berry flavours with an alcohol level of 5% abv, is being marketed as an entry product for the beer market and will be available from July 4, retailing at NZ$7.99 for a four-pack.


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