Monthly Archive:: December 2011

28 Dec 2011

Comment on Pilsners by Fritz and Maria

This post was originally published on this siteGreat time chatting with you. If you don’t make it to Nelson this time, let us know if you come back through. We WILL make it to Melbourne, just not
24 Dec 2011

Comment on Pilsners by Luke

This post was originally published on this siteHey guys, Just dropping a note to say it was great meeting and sharing a beer with you both at West Coast Brewery. Merry Christmas. Hopefully we can have a
17 Dec 2011

RSB Brew Day 2011

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17 Dec 2011

CT Column 14/12/2011 : Rex Revisited

This post was originally published on this siteIN July I wrote about the launch of Yeastie boys Rex Attitude, the world’s first beer to be brewed with 100% peated distilling malt. I thought the beer would change significantly
16 Dec 2011

Golden Pints 2011

This post was originally published on this siteI used to get into the British blogging scene end of year wrap ups, (the pre blog days of the beerpages.com forum seem a long time ago now) but haven’t
7 Dec 2011

Epic Larger

This post was originally published on this siteTigers. Balls of Twine. Pyramids. Waimea Bay Waves, Ohakune Carrots. Some things are meant to be big. Not least the Imperial Pilsener we’ve all been waiting for. Well, at least
7 Dec 2011

Epic Larger

This post was originally published on this siteTigers. Balls of Twine. Pyramids. Waimea Bay Waves, Ohakune Carrots. Some things are meant to be big. Not least the Imperial Pilsener we’ve all been waiting for. Well, at least
4 Dec 2011

Podcast at the Mason’s Arms

This post was originally published on this siteBack in September Sarah was in England seeing her family, I was knocking around the Mason’s with Rosie for company brewing watching DVD’s and subconsciously making mess that would later
4 Dec 2011

CT Column 30/11/2011: They’re tasting our hops – there

This post was originally published on this siteNEW ZEALAND hops are gaining a reputation around the world for the exotic and unique flavours and aromas. New Zealand hops have long been valued around the world because of
4 Dec 2011

CT Column 23/11/2011: New Blood

This post was originally published on this site23/11/2011 11:14:00 a.m. EARLIER this month Wellington hosted a Belgian brewer now based in NZ. Dave De Vylder from East Flanders in Belgium trained as an electrical engineer and served