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Staff Profiles in Courage: Sam - “One light, one dark and one weird”
Thursday, 13 October 2016 09:06

Staff Profiles in Courage: Sam - “One light, one dark and one weird”

Welcome to the seventh instalment of the especially esteemed Malthouse blog feature titled “Staff Profiles in Courage.” This semi-regular format involves me sitting down with a worthy Malty staff member at “my table” in the bar, operating my voice recorder like a proper journalist, [1] drinking a hoppy ale (or two), and asking a number of meticulously researched questions about their life and career.

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New Kids on the Block”: Double Vision in Red October (remix)
Friday, 07 October 2016 15:40

“New Kids on the Block”: Double Vision in Red October (remix)

We are now into week two of the Hunt for Red October Red Beer Showcase, a month long, five venue extravaganza which sees each bar launching a uniquely new red, amber, copper, burgundy, maroon, crimson, scarlet, vermillion or even rufescent barley based beverage every Friday. Given it is Friday, it is time to announce the next Malthouse Red October beer. [1]

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“He’s a Wild Thing, He’s a Woolly Thing”: Red October (remix)
Thursday, 29 September 2016 15:28

“He’s a Wild Thing, He’s a Woolly Thing”: Red October (remix)

The Hunt for the Red October Beer Showcase is a month long celebration of red beers with five of Wellington’s best craft beer bars launching twenty-five new red inspired brews over the course of five weeks. [1] That is because, unlike the legendary Bavarian Oktoberfest, Red October is held here in, you know, October. Oh wait, it starts tomorrow on 30 September 2016. How traditional!

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I see red, I see red, I see red: Hunt for the Red October
Thursday, 22 September 2016 11:36

I see red, I see red, I see red: Hunt for the Red October

It is fair to say that I have a complicated relationship with the colour red – not least because, as an extremely colour blind gentleman, I often mix it up with green and brown. This is one of the many reasons I am a terrible at snooker. [1] It also explains, but does not excuse, some of my more questionable fashion decisions.

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Where the Mild Things Are: Session Beer Session 2016
Friday, 16 September 2016 11:13

Earlier this week, the Malthouse Blog provided perhaps the definitive and most practical guide to inform voting preferences in this year’s Wellington City Council elections by quizzing the contenders about their beer and bar preferences.

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Finally, politics that matters – Mayoral candidates talk about beer (world exclusive)
Wednesday, 14 September 2016 11:44

Finally, politics that matters – Mayoral candidates talk about beer (world exclusive)

The Malthouse Blog – now in its 372nd issue – has long prided itself on being socially aware, ethically pure and a trusted voice in the national meta-discourse. From time to time, this blog has reluctantly mentioned political matters, but always in a respectful and political neutral manner. [1]

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