In 1607 the skipper of the British ship Consent found his vessel becalmed in what is now Hout Bay and so he sent his pilot, John Chapman, to row ashore in the hope of finding provisions. Chapman's Peak is named after this lowly ship's pilot, John Chapman. Under the large peaks which loomed overhead and the dark waters of the bay, John moored his tiny craft and named the bay as "Chapman's Chance" and the name stuck, becoming official on all East India charts.
- A unique blonde ale
- A fresh "Kolsch style"
- Made with Hout Bay spring water and fully imported hops and malt
- Golden in colour and refreshing in flavour
- Volume: 340ml
- ABV: 4.5%