Monthly Archive:: May 2005

31 May 2005

Napier gets a Speight’s Alehouse

Napier locals will be able to enjoy a pint of one of New Zealand’s favourite ales without wandering far from home when the new Speight’s Ale House opens on June 14th 2005. Full Press Release
31 May 2005

Steam Brewing Company – Warehouse. An image of the warehouse floor space from the upstairs office, have been water blasting the floor by the boilers, and the long stack on the floor in the foreground is the
30 May 2005

While at the Shakespeare Tavern, Neil thinking “maybe I haven’t found my stride yet when it comes to drinking with brewers… either I leave early or they leave early” (foreground brewing industry malt supplier David Cryer). Maybe
28 May 2005

Auckland Trip – Day Two, Part Two

The trip to Galbraith’s Ale House was interesting in its own way. The taxi driver nodded when I said Galbraith’s Ale House then proceeded to head off in what even my limited Auckland geography knew was completely
26 May 2005

Bier-FEAST – Ardmore Airport, Auckland

Taste some of New Zealand‘s premier micro brewed beers while enjoying quality spit roast barbeque food. 25th June 2005 AT Eagle Flight Training Hangar, 55 de-Havilland Lane, Ardmore airport Ph:(09)296-1839 More info
26 May 2005

BrewNZ – updated website

The BrewNZ website has now been updated with the 2005 details click to the site
26 May 2005

Kiwi beer the full package

Latest article by Bruce Holloway – Waikato Times The good news for Mac’s Gold is that as a gold medal winner it will be listed in English supermarket chain Sainsbury’s, therefore increasing sales opportunities. Two containers of
25 May 2005

Mac’s Sassy Success!

It’s official! Mac’s Sassy Red has surpassed Mac’s Hop Harvest Pilsener to take the title of most popular Mac’s Limited Release ever. Full Press Release
24 May 2005

Is that Neil Miller I see in the background? I didn’t think orange was one of his colours, then again the beer…?
22 May 2005

DB in front in traditional post-Budget price rise

Beer prices will rise as usual on June 1, and struggling market king Lion has again opted to trail rival DB in the rise on packaged beer. Lion’s packaged beer prices will increase by 3 per cent