Now I’m not sure I want to put this out on the interweb about this liquor mart as it’s my local craft beer store, and for me it’s like being a kid in a candy store, and I love candy, and I’ve got it all to myself! I can go in there and select from the weekly delivers with out fear of them selling out before I get there. Continue Reading
It’s been a long time between beer reviews, with a few things
that have happen recently I’ve enjoyed drinking beer more than writing about it! Anyhow, this is one of many i have in my craft beer fridge that has been there for a while waiting to be drunk – Birra Del Borgo’s Duchessa.
This Saison pours a hazy golden Continue Reading
My local Craft Beer bottle shop got a few cartons in of the Monteith’s range of beers recently , so as i do, i grabbed what they had on offer to take home and eventually take them on a test run. Now I’m not a beer guru, but I’m starting to get the hang of the beer styles and what makes them what they are (just clocked over 500 unique craft beers drunk). My preference is IPA’s, a high hop beer, and this beer to me is a little on the down hop! – Pale Ale?
150 Great Australian Beers: Your Guide to Craft Beer and Beyond is a great addition to the bookshelf for any craft beer lover. Written by the founder of the Crafty Pint , James Smith would have had some fun times researching for this publication.
With over 230 pages of Aussie beer info, this book doesn’t just list off 150 Aussie beers, it groups them in to their beer styles, gives tasting notes, story about the beer, recommend glass to use and more. Certainly a great reference when drinking the beers that grace the pages of this book!.
The styles of beers are explained, as is the history of craft beer in Australia, how it’s made, food matching suggestions, availability and much more. Not going into it to much just grab one!
Great book, which I’ll have fun drinking my way through it. Should be available as of yesterday in all good book stores. I got mine a few days ago pre-ordered from Bookworld online.