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Links 1 through 10 of 113 by Peter Cresswell tagged Beer_&_elsewhere

I know Neil has discussed the Emerson's Bourbon Porter before, but it's a beer worth double the recommendation, and it's what I'll be toasting my two boys with tonight.

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Fear not, dear readers. I'll be giving it a great deal of thought beginning later this afternoon, and later this evening at a medium-sized private gathering. Better start practising my singing now, methinks.

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Today, I’m going to give a plug for one of my favorite stouts - Invercargill Pitch Black (4.2%). Uncommonly, the darkest beer in the range is the Invercargill Brewery’s best seller. The brewery has recently moved to new premises in “central city”

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There is a Scottish beer newly arrived in New Zealand which bucks the malty trend though. Hoppy India Pale Ales are becoming more popular with Scottish brewers and consumers, and Belhaven Twisted Thistle IPA is now on the shelves of many supermarkets and

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If you haven't heard of Three Boys Brewery you are probably not alone. One of New Zealand's newest breweries, and one of the many in Christchurch, it has only just begun to make a name for itself outside of beer's 'inner circle.' Ralph Bungard, the brewer

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A couple of months ago I found myself with a brewer friend sampling the two most widely available green-bottled beers in New Zealand, Heineken and Stella Artois. Both are beers I'd not normally drink. Neither are beers I would refuse, if offered one, but

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When I was last in Sydney I totally fell for Coopers Pale Ale. I’m not good with hot weather and so the frequent stops in cool, shady pubs were purely medicinal. Many of the pubs served only the cold, over-fizzed mainstream 'beers' like Toohey’s or Ca

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These ladies aren't getting none... Errr...

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I think it's time to reintegrate (or integrate) these women and men into the beer drinking domain. They need to be introduced to real beer. Beer with flavour and body and delight. This job must be undertaken by us, the beer advocates, and can't be left to

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Let’s start with a confession: I’m not a guy who has always appreciated good beer. In many ways, the development of my beer taste has paralleled the welcome development of a genuine beer culture in New Zealand.

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