Stone & Wood co-founder and original brewer Brad Rogers has donned his brewers boots again to launch the latest offshoot to the Byron Bay-based brewery.
Creatures’ new single batch Saison is a nice beer but does it reflect a fear of funk?
Chef Katrina Ryan, from The Golden Pig Cooking School, and editor Matt Kirkegaard kicked around some ideas for beers to make a mussels dish. Here’s what they came up with…
The best thing about this great dish from Paul Mercurio is that it only uses half of the bottle of Bridge Road Chevalier Saison…enjoy the rest while you’re cooking!
Number five in the Critics’ Choice Top 100 is the Bridge Road Brewers Chevalier Saison. This year we have had a couple of one-off beers join the top twelve and we’ve also seen a number of fixtures and I was very pleased to see this classic from Bridge Road improve its position from last year,… Read more →
Bridge Road Brewers have been knocking out fine beers since 2005 and it’s no surprise to see one of Ben Kraus’ brews featuring in the top ten. As well as producing some great ‘entry level’ craft beers to entice the novice, also looks after the seasoned veterans with beers like the Chevalier Saison. While there… Read more →
Brendan Varis, brewer at Western Australia’s multi-award winning Feral Brewery has been a very busy man. In the last week he has put three new beers on tap at his Swan Valley brewery and is ‘expecting’ a fourth. If you’re quick you will be able to get into the brewery and try the following: Double… Read more →
Sydney’s Malt Shovel Brewery is set to release the latest beer under its Mad Brewers banner with the release of its Orchard Ale. The new beer follows the previous releases under the same label including a Raspberry Wheat Beer and Pepperberry Winter Ale in 2008 and last year’s Ten 20 Commemorative Ale which celebrated brewer… Read more →
If Australia can be considered to have a national drink, it would be beer. It is the liquid that lubricates our national pastimes of beaches, barbeques and sport. However, the light-flavoured lagers that have traditionally been favourites are facing a challenge from a host of new arrivals on the scene. Styles that are comparatively little-known… Read more →
Thanks to Geoff Griggs for just updating me on the latest in the Monteith’s trademark saga. DB Breweries has cancelled the registration of its saison trademark, but not radler. The full media release is below, but it comes down to ‘we’re not using saison so will relinquish it, but we’re using radler and so we… Read more →