Today I present a 90 second book review on Randy Mosher’s comprehensive home brewing book called “Mastering Homebrew”. I really enjoyed the book and felt it provided a unique perspective on brewing you won’t find in other books. You can order Mastering Homebrew here and send a few pennies my way (Amazon affiliate links).… Read More
Mitch Lockhart and Shawn Duthie talk The Craft Beer Project
Greg casey and Mitch Lockhart talk The Beard and Barrel
For this review, I wanted to highlight something festive to mark the changing of the seasons and our march towards the holidays. Enter Pumple Drumkin.
Brew Dog has been with us in South Africa for a while now. With its own local distributor, it's one of the few imports where you can actually put a face to the brand. I like that.
Another cracker from Rogue out of Portland, Oregon, this brown ale is yet another example of why damn near everything that brewery touches turns to gold.
It’s not very often I get to experience a totally different culture. Most of my travels are quite pedestrian compared to our resident Beer Dude (#surfbeertravel). So when I was invited to participate in the read more
Beer: Braumanufaktur Dunkel Brewery: Braumanufaktur Forsthaus Templin Origin: Potsdam, Germany Alcohol: 4.9% a.b.v. Available: WC, GP, KZN For those looking for something a little unusual, here’s simple if somewhat unspectacular dunkel from an organic, eco-minded craft brewery in Potsdam, Germany. read more
Anyone who has lived in the wonderfully broken-but-beautiful city of Johannesburg will know that the Northern Suburbs contain all possible extremes of the city’s character. Crass materialism, quaint farmsteads, bloated shopping malls and small-town mom read more
Beer: Cisco Island Reserve Russian Imperial Stout Brewery: Cisco Brewers Origin: Nantucket, Massachusetts, U.S.A. Alcohol: 13.5% a.b.v. Available: Banana Jam Cafe, Roeland Liquors High-alcohol beers are sometimes a bit hit and miss, sacrificing subtleties for read more