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From the White House to the Ciderhouse
Wednesday, 09 November 2016 10:33

At the risk of near fatal understatement, this is an inauspicious week for humanity.

Trappist beers gladden my tiny black heart
Wednesday, 02 November 2016 08:30

I have been self-employed for nearly a decade and my company has never had a mission statement, a vision statement or any written strategies. A credible argument could be made that it has never had any unwritten strategies either.

It Gose on and on and on again: Hunt for the Red October comes to an end.
Friday, 28 October 2016 09:47

The Hunt for the Red October Red Beer Showcase is a month-long celebration of 25 unique red beers going live across five Wellington craft beer bars in, perhaps predictably, October. Equally predictably,

What is in a name as the Hunt for the Red October goes really, really fast?
Thursday, 20 October 2016 15:16

Beer names can be created in any number of ways – they can be factual (Tuatara Pilsner is a Pilsner made by Tuatara), they can be fanciful (Tui East India Pale Ale is not an East India Pale Ale, it is not an India Pale Ale, it is not a Pale Ale, it is not even an ale), they can be puns (Fork Brewing Puns N’ Goses – which is indeed a Gose) or they can be just a little bit weird based on a five-second review given deep into a beer festival (Epic Dankomatic IPA). [1]

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.

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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