Does the style description attributed to a beer change it’s flavour?
If you’re buying Stone beer down here, you’re no friend of Greg Koch’s and no friend of beer.
Cascade Brewery’s free iPhone app, The Brewers Nose, has just been released on iTunes. The application contains a database of more than 500 individual beers and is presented as a resource for beer drinkers to use when they are standing in their local bottleshop confronted by a wall of beers they may know little or… Read more →
It wasn’t our intention, but by making an innocent enquiry of Sierra Nevada to confirm some details for an article about their anniversary, Australian Brews News seems to have kicked over the grey market hornets nest. Passions are very strong about the issue, particularly when the suggestion that retailers that continue to stock grey market… Read more →
Cascade Brewery is set to launch a free iPhone application called the Brewer’s Nose this month, featuring more than 500 Australian and international brews. Although it is written about in today’s The Australian, the application is not yet available for download through Apple’s iTunes. The application has been submitted to Apple but is currently subject… Read more →
Did you you that the people who made many of the highly sought after beers on bottleshop shelves don’t actually want you drinking them? Australian Brews News says listen to them – don’t buy grey market imports.
Beer company Endeavour Beverages has recently launched two new beers, Reserve Pale Ale and Reserve Amber Ale. Both are well-balanced and flavoursome brews, but will they age well?
Fosters is set to unveil its new Queensland-based beer brand, Great Northern Brewing Co, which will operate out of the Yatala plant, south of Brisbane.
If you love beer and making lists about them, this is a book for you…
Carlton & United Brewers has this week released the third vintage of its Crown Ambassador Reserve. The 2010 vintage has been made with fresh Galaxy hops, hand-picked in Myrtleford and added green to the brew the following day. In a first for the beer, a small portion of last year’s brew was aged in French… Read more →