The Malthouse Blog
“Dude, this is going to be Epic”
Wednesday, 08 February 2017 16:46

I began last week’s blog with some considerable gloating about favourable rugby results and, as I should have expected, fate immediately slapped me firmly on my ample derriere. I was of course completely wrong. I falsely accused the All Blacks of coming fifth at the Wellington Sevens when in fact they actually finished sixth.

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Send the last Scottish beer homeward – tae think again
Wednesday, 01 February 2017 16:36

Now, everyone knows that I am not one to gloat when I am right – partly because it happens so rarely – but I was about the Wellington Sevens last weekend. In recent McMalty blogs I had repeatedly touted the power of the current Scottish Sevens rugby squad, and pointed out their august place above New Zealand in the rankings – partly because that situation is even rarer than me being right.

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You may delay our beer – but you’ll never take our freedom!
Thursday, 26 January 2017 10:53

Last night (25 January 2017), the “Lift Up Your Kilt – Scottish Session” started at Malthouse and runs through to Sunday (possibly longer if supplies last).

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Oh Flower of Scotland (in which I get all patriotic)
Thursday, 19 January 2017 15:54

Next Wednesday (25 January 2017) is Robbie Burns Day, a hugely important day on the Scottish calendar as right-thinking Celtic people around the world celebrate the epic poetry of Mr Robert Burns with whisky, haggis, poems and beer. [1] Malthouse will be marking this august date appropriately with a massive Scottish craft beer tap showcase, some Lorne sausage, deep fried Mars bars and haggis. [2]

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Neil’s Top Ten New Zealand Beers of 2016
Thursday, 12 January 2017 15:24

The once annual list of my top ten Kiwi beers for the preceding year always proved to be the most anticipated and controversial blog of the year.

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The Year in Beer: 2016 – Reviewed Through the Bottom of a Pint Glass
Thursday, 22 December 2016 11:11

2016 has been a decidedly mixed year. If I was a trained historian – and it seems that I am and have a legitimate piece of paper to prove it – I would academically describe this year as “WTF.”

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