The story of the world’s oldest surviving beer made new – The Wreck Preservation Ale – is about to get even better.
The Squire’s Landing opens in Sydney today, bringing to seven the network of James Squire Brewhouses operated by various hospitality companies in partnership with Lion Beer Australia.
This week we join Malt Shovel head brewer Haydon Morgan at the brewery in Sydney, where we were also joined by brewery founder, Chuck Hahn.
This year’s limited edition Hop Father from James Squire is an XPA dry hopped with Denali and Eureka.
James Squire has refined one of its top selling beers to further appeal to the growing number of Australians embracing aromatic styles of pale ale.
The new James Squire mid-strength beer trialled earlier this year has been added to the brand’s permanent range.
The Mantle Group and Lion have announced they will open a James Squire restaurant, bar and microbrewery in the Overseas Passenger Terminal at Sydney’s Circular Quay.
Two key brewing trends have inspired the current crop of fruit beers that Australian drinkers seem to be enjoying.
The original India Pale Ale, English IPA is a beer style that is somewhat out of favour in Australia, but a handful of brewers remain committed to the genre.
The Cheeky Squire in Frankston is the latest addition to the network of James Squire brewhouses.