Australians have picked up up four medals in the World Beer Cup announced overnight in the United States. Burleigh Brewing and Redoak collected Gold Medals while Stone & Wood and Endeavour Brewing collected silver. The Gold Medals confirm the international quality of the beers from Burleigh Brewing and Redoak, both of which have previosly been… Read more →
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Although much of the excitement in craft beer circles stems from the collaborative this or oak-aged that, the key to the growth of the craft sector is traditional styles done well. Burleigh Brewing may not threaten to trend in the Twittersphere, but they are quietly going about their business on Queensland’s Gold Coast making… Read more →
“A smooth creamy ale with a delicate vanilla aroma, rich coconut flavour and a soft biscuit mouthfeel from the oats.” This is a beer with a very Australian signature. This is Fanny Gertrude’s Bickie Beer from Burleigh Brewing Company. It was first produced in draught form by the Gold Coast based brewery for the… Read more →
Burleigh Brewing Company’s Black Giraffe lager has been awarded a gold medal at the World Beer Championships in the United States.
You can forgive any brewery for a low carb beer if it lets them make beers this good.
With all of the variations of coffee and mocha flavours that can naturally occur in beer, it is a fairly logical step to actually put coffee in beer. Under former brewer Brad Rogers, Matilda Bay brewed Crema, a disconcertingly pale coffee beer. Brad described it at the time as being more of a latte than… Read more →