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March 2018

Wayward Brewing Wayward Son Lupulin IPA

2018-03-17T02:35:04+00:00

Wayward Brewing Wayward Son Lupulin IPA from the guys in the inner west. I feel pretty stupid actually writing this, one of my favourite brewers whom I buy regularly and I never bother to write anything about them. They were the standout at Oktoberwest and for me are the same as Akasha when it comes [...]

Wayward Brewing Wayward Son Lupulin IPA2018-03-17T02:35:04+00:00

Stone & Wood ‘The Gatherer 2018’ (Wheat Ale) – Byron Bay, NSW

2018-03-16T02:56:07+00:00

This was a much anticipated beer for me, having drunk the 2017 version recently and enjoying it so much. I’d heard good things and the fellow at Camperdown Cellars said it was better (he did qualify that he didn’t like cucumber however - the 2017 version had watermelon and cucumber added). The 2018 variant used [...]

Stone & Wood ‘The Gatherer 2018’ (Wheat Ale) – Byron Bay, NSW2018-03-16T02:56:07+00:00

Blackman’s ‘Reginald IPA’ (IPA) – Torquay, Victoria

2018-03-16T02:49:57+00:00

My first beer from the Blackman’s folk, on the beautiful Victorian southern coast. Blackman’s comes highly recommended from BrewsBuzz buddy Leigh, and I wasn’t disappointed. It’s billed as a West Coast IPA, but the great balancing malt meant that it had a foot firmly in both the US and UK camps. Definitely a good thing [...]

Blackman’s ‘Reginald IPA’ (IPA) – Torquay, Victoria2018-03-16T02:49:57+00:00

Sauce Brewing ‘Saucy Saison’ (Saison) – Marrickville, NSW

2018-03-16T02:49:36+00:00

On my recent, much enjoyed excursion to Sauce Brewing in Sydney’s inner west suburb of Marrickville I was disappointed their Saucy Saison wasn’t on top. The disappointment didn’t last too long after I tried just about everything else and got to buy a few cans to take away. A richer mouthfeel than a lot of [...]

Sauce Brewing ‘Saucy Saison’ (Saison) – Marrickville, NSW2018-03-16T02:49:36+00:00

Batch ‘Big Berry Kane’ (Sour Ale) – Marrickville, NSW

2018-03-16T02:49:19+00:00

The third beer in a recent focus on Batch Brewing sour ales sees a fantastic looking beer filled with blackberries and black currant. I’d eaten half a punnet of blackberries for breakfast the morning I drunk this beer, so my palate was attuned to this delicious fruit. The berries were captured perfectly in the beer, [...]

Batch ‘Big Berry Kane’ (Sour Ale) – Marrickville, NSW2018-03-16T02:49:19+00:00

Prancing Pony ‘Imperial German Sledgehammer’ (Imperial Pilsner) – Adelaide Hills, South Australia

2018-03-16T02:49:00+00:00

It’s a sledgehammer alright! Coming in at 7.5% ABV this Imperial Pils is no light weight summer throw back. It’s a big beer to be enjoyed on a cooler night (perfect this week as an unseasonably welcome cooler front hit Sydney). Once again Prancing Pony deliver on their catch cry of ‘Long Flavour’. Thanks to [...]

Prancing Pony ‘Imperial German Sledgehammer’ (Imperial Pilsner) – Adelaide Hills, South Australia2018-03-16T02:49:00+00:00

Yullis Pineapple Pilsener

2018-03-15T22:57:08+00:00

Yullis Pineapple Pilsener from the boys in the inner west. They are consistently producing fantastic beers and not afraid to venture into uncharted territory, should also congratulate them on their soon to open(?) brewery. I trust Sam from the RHH bottlo, he has a reasonable palate, however he knows I'm not a pils fan. But [...]

Yullis Pineapple Pilsener2018-03-15T22:57:08+00:00

Prairie Artisan Ales Brett C Farmhouse Ale

2018-03-15T22:57:20+00:00

Prairie Artisan Ales Brett C Farmhouse Ale from Tulsa Oklahoma. A farmhouse ale brewed with Cascade and Citra hops with a touch of sea salt. My love affair with all things Prairie continues, I mean seriously my god this is an insanely good beer. If I was only allowed to take one beer to a [...]

Prairie Artisan Ales Brett C Farmhouse Ale2018-03-15T22:57:20+00:00

Sailors Grave Peach Melba Pavlova Cream Sour

2018-03-15T22:57:30+00:00

Sailors Grave Peach Melba Pavlova Cream Sour from south of the border in Victoria (little bit jealous with some of the beers they are producing down there). Pours a lovely apricot colour with no lacing and no head, but it's a sour so whatever! On the nose very strong peach and vanilla. The flavour is [...]

Sailors Grave Peach Melba Pavlova Cream Sour2018-03-15T22:57:30+00:00

2 Brothers ‘James Belgian Brown’ (Belgian Strong Ale) – Moorabbin, Victoria

2018-03-15T22:57:38+00:00

My first beer from Melbourne brothers/brewers after being recommended two of their drops at the Robin Hood Hotel (as well as the Voodoo Baltic Porter). They've stepped up the campaign recently, with some great new designs and a few awards at the recent Australian International Beer Awards. Bottle. Cola coloured - deep ruby/black with no [...]

2 Brothers ‘James Belgian Brown’ (Belgian Strong Ale) – Moorabbin, Victoria2018-03-15T22:57:38+00:00

Capital Brewing Co – Evil Eye Red IPA

2018-03-15T22:57:44+00:00

I first heard about Capital Brewing Co in 2016 while having a feed at Grease Monkey, I was impressed back then. Through 2017 I have watched them expand massively with a new brewhouse in Fyshwick that is getting a great reputation for good food thanks to @Brodburger as well as their amazing brews. They are [...]

Capital Brewing Co – Evil Eye Red IPA2018-03-15T22:57:44+00:00

Batch Brewing Co – American Pale Ale

2018-03-15T22:57:53+00:00

Tim from Brewsbuzz did a short review on this beer last year, and I've been meaning to give it a go. I have to say I'm pretty impressed - Batch Brewing from Sydney, make a great APA (so good even the swans want in). Cheers to @rickoshea007 for hooking me up! This is a cloudy [...]

Batch Brewing Co – American Pale Ale2018-03-15T22:57:53+00:00
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