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Things can only get better!

Sitting in Alton Rugby Club – outside stillage is open, beer is flowing, music is playing (live, if course), food is tasty and cheap; company is good too! 11 more words


The Duvel In Me

So this weekend I decided it was time to brew something other than session beers.
It took me a while to decide what beer to brew and a mate of mine, John, suggested a “Duvel Clone”. 528 more words


Anderson Valley The Kimmie, The Yink, & The Holy Gose Ale

Originating in the town of Goslar, Germany in the early 16thcentury, the Gose style (pronounced “Go-zuh”) was traditionally brewed using salted water and 50% malted wheat and was spiced with coriander and hops.  187 more words


Yenda Pale Ale - The "Australian Beer Co" (AUS)

According to the Wicked Pedia, “Yenda is a town in the Riverina district of New South Wales, Australia. The town is located about 16 kilometres (9.9 mi) east of Griffith, 45 kilometres (28 mi) of Narrandera, and 550 kilometres (340 mi) west of Sydney in the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area of southern New South Wales. 223 more words


Pie and Mash at The Draft House

When friends from overseas ask me what food they should try when they’re in England, I always recommend a good pie and mash. In London, the meal is traditionally served with a liquor (parsley sauce) but gravy also remains a popular choice. 509 more words


Sunday session ale with Gage Roads

I was wondering the isle of Uncle Dan’s last Saturday when I came across the Gage Roads Selection. As a huge fan of there Single Fin summer ale I thought I might give there wider selection a go (The price was also very impressive for an Australian craft beer selection). 177 more words