Monthly Archive:: November 2012

30 Nov 2012

BAR OF THE MONTH – November

This post was originally published on this siteNew Zealand Real Ale Bar of the Month for November is The Malthouse, Wellington. It’s almost embarrassing to note just how far ahead of the competition The Malthouse is in
30 Nov 2012

Santa Hoards 8 Wired

This post was originally published on this siteWe were looking through the list for this weekend’s Santa’s Secret Stash event, and were excited to see a familiar label in amongst the rarities.
23 Nov 2012

Comment on Drink Better Beer by BillofBeer

This post was originally published on this siteyeah, maybe I should open the next one up? I was thinking of doing a summer edition too…
22 Nov 2012

Brothers Beer

This post was originally published on this site Serving tanks being fitted at Brothers beer   The craft beer revolution is in full swing that’s for sure. My local beer specialist, Forest Hill Liquorland has been a
20 Nov 2012

American Beers: Sierra Nevada Estate

This post was originally published on this siteEstate Homegrown Ale marks the intersection of two beery trends: wet hopped and estate grown. Wet hopped beers make for a special seasonal treat, with extra grassy floral notes. Estate
18 Nov 2012

Comment on Drink Better Beer by Dave

This post was originally published on this siteLooks like an awesome night. How do we score an invite? 😉
18 Nov 2012

American Beers: Lagunitas Little Sumpin’ Wild

This post was originally published on this siteThis is one of the beers that inspired us to pursue a hoppy Belgian wheat beer when we brewed Pure Trouble with Martin Townshend in July. (Conflux #2 and Tank
16 Nov 2012

American Beers: Sierra Nevada Celebration 2012

This post was originally published on this siteSierra Nevada Celebration was always one of Fritz’s favourite seasonals, dating back to when there were only four or five available at the local store. Anchor always put out something
15 Nov 2012

American Beers: Mission Brewery IPA

This post was originally published on this siteIt’s a San Diego IPA. 6.8% ABV, classic combination of Cascade and Centennial Hops, 66 IBU means it’s assertive, but not extreme.
14 Nov 2012

The Price of Beer

This post was originally published on this siteFollowing a trip to the US earlier this year, I wrote the following piece as a possible contribution to a publication that never made it to print. So I might