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David and Goliath IPA

The first beer I brewed since coming home from Colorado is an IPA.  I do not necessarily love IPA’s but they seem to be the hot thing right now.   683 more words


Rogue Ales - Beard Beer

Pours a slightly hazy gold colour with a large foamy white head that holds, with good carbonation.

The beer has quite a fruity malty aroma, sweet with light spice and yeast notes. 90 more words


Bridge Road Brewers / Mikkeller Dark Harvest

The last 2 weeks have been good to me rain wise so I’m back at my place again with access to the stash, so this week’s check in is back up to the usual standard of beers. 281 more words


Nomad Brewing Co. - Life in God's Country keeps getting better

Residents of Sydney’s Northern Beaches are often heard referring to their domain as God’s Country. People might think that that is a little presumptuous, but after one trip on the Manly Ferry on a sunny, a swim at one of the many glorious beaches and a stroll on a lofty headland at sunrise or dusk, visitors can be heard to mutter – “Bastards – they’re right”. 342 more words


McEwan's Champion

McEwan’s Brewery • Edinburgh

This strong 7.3% ale goes excellently sat by a fire on a snowy Sunday, but is equally good every other day of the week too! 32 more words

Estonia - Parnu & Saaremaa

I’ve been coming on and off to Estonia for about 15 years now, and I always opted for their tume (dark) beers.  However, following a visit this trip to the large island of Saaremaa for the first time, I really fell for the ‘farm’ beer as well as rye brews, both taking off in the craft beer sector, to such an extent that even the big boys are producing them now too.  241 more words


Duff Beer Australian Edition

Ok, I don’t post up every beer I drink, and especially one’s I don’t think much of. But I feel I have to with this one because the concept of it plays a special part of my childhood and growing up. 152 more words