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Thursday, 25 August 2016 16:47

From Oamaru to Odaira

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Craftwork Saison Showdown It's rare to get kegs out of a brewery as small as Oamaru's Craftwork. When brewing at their 100L scale, a single 20L keg represents 1/5 of an entire batch, or 40 individual bottles they could get out to consumers. So we are honoured to be pouring two kegs from Craftwork this Saturday, side-by-side. From midday this Saturday we'll be pouring Saison Zest (saison with orange zest)…
Yeastie Boys: “In which I talk about Stu’s pants – again”  My professional and personal study of beer over many years has generated a number of themes which reappear periodically in my writing and presentations. Most obviously there is my exuberant almost terrifying love of hoppy beer and my matching scornful disdain for fruit beer. Do not even get me started on sour fruit beers...
Thursday, 18 August 2016 16:41

The Debrief

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A Hangover To Enjoy Woah, that was some Beervana! Hopefully everyone has recovered from last week's huge week of all things beer. Down here at Hashigo we still have a hangover of a good kind - in the form of leftover beer. We've managed to get our hands on the leftovers from the much hyped Oregon bar. And hyped for good reason, as we've got beers coming soon from Crux, HUB,…
The literal road to Beervana is Customhouse Quay (for motor vehicles) or the Wellington stadium concourse (by foot). [1] However, the Malthouse Blog literally does not do literal things well so I am going to take a different approach to today's topic. In my debating days, it would be called looking at the "broader societal context". The use of this phrase usually meant that the first speaker of a team…
Garage Project and Jameson Irish Whiskey are making the road to Beervana just that little bit easier with a celebration of their new partnership at Southern Cross Garden Bar Restaurant. The boilermaker, an age old pairing, has been revamped to show what a great pair these two make.  Come and be some of the first in the land to try Jameson Caskmates and pull up a chair next to its…
I love hops like the desert loves the rain, as much as Winston Peters loves himself and nearly as strongly as drug-fuelled Russian Olympic athletes love the geo-political intimidation power of Vladimir Putin used to keep them all in the Rio Games. [1] After weeks of teasing about the 9th Annual Malthouse West Coast IPA Challenge, [2] it is business time. Yep, finally I am able to announce the record…