It seems like it’s Tea Week at Australian Brews News. Here’s the latest from the Yeastie Boys, and it’s actually a beer, made with malt and everything… Press Release Yeastie Boys to release champion tea beer Wellington’s Yeastie Boys this week announced the nationwide release of their trophy winning “Gunnamatta” India Pale Ale. The beer,… Read more →
The latest batch brew from Little Creatures will be a celebration of southern hemisphere hops and has been described by the brewery as an ‘Australian’ IPA. The upcoming draught-only IPA follows on from last year’s “Stimulus IPA”, which was made using 100 per cent US Cascade hops and will will feature a blend of Australian… Read more →
Port Stephen’s Murray’s Craft Brewery is set to release its latest one-off beer, Spartacus Imperial IPA. The brewery describes the beer, which weighs in at 10% abv and over 100 IBU, as a “huge, in-your-face, over-the-top brew” with “too many hops additions to count. A big showcase of New Zealand Riwaka and Motueka hops –… Read more →
Western Australia’s Little Creatures brewery has just released the first in what they are planning as a series of limited release, single batch beers, an IPA. Available in bottle and and on draught, the brewer describes the beer as “a celebration of a hop that we have fallen in love with for a while now…the… Read more →
Scottish brewery BrewDog is the enfant terrible of the British brewing scene, not to mention the darling of the current generation of plugged-in British beer writers. BrewDog is also the current master of generating publicity and hype using controversy and edginess. In just under three years their headline-getting exploits are already legion.
Ben Kraus describes Bridge Road Brewers’ latest creation as a ‘hop bomb’. The single hop IPA has been made using whole hop cones from a single type of hop, Galaxy. Grown at the nearby Rostrevor hop garden, Galaxy is a great aromatic hop, this beer showcases it’s aroma and bitterness and champions locally grown produce…. Read more →
A new book tracing the history of the India Pale Ale. Equal part style manual for the beer lover and Bill Brysonesque travel romp, this is a great read whether you are a beer lover or a traveller seeking something truly different.