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If you're looking for more authentic ways to celebrate St Patrick's Day this March 17th than shamrock hats and green food dye in your beer, seek out these classic Irish beers to please every palate. Stouts Dry, heavy and comparatively low in alcohol volume, stout is the quintessential Irish drink. Guinness – Brewed since 1759, Guinness is without doubt Ireland's most famous beverage as well as being one of the most successful beer...read more
As with all things gluten free, the taste and texture of variations of foods that typically include wheat can be disappointing. It turns out beer is no exception. Most beers are made with malt, which is made of barley, a grain that includes the gluten protein most known for its presence in wheat. As more and more people are seeking gluten free options, craft brewers have been experimenting with malt-free...read more
Pilsner beers are a variety of lager beers, the result of brewers in Bavaria experimenting around with brewing beer in icey mountain caverns. The process was slower, but it also resulted in yeast and other solids gathering in the bottom of the barrel. This bottom fermenting process turned out a light coloured drink with a cleaner, crisper taste than they had been used to. Many variations of lagers came along,...read more
Today we had the pleasure of sampling two Hix beer brews from Hickinbotham of Dromana, a winery, brewery, and restaurant on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria. Andrew Hickinbotham was kind enough to send us a few sample bottles of the Hix beer pale and brown ales. The 500ml bottles look great, a dark green like a mini wine bottle, in keeping with the Hix beer origin at Hickbotham's winery, established in 1936. Starting off with the<><>...read more
Pale ale is the term used to define beer that was made with malts dried with coke (a form of coal). Although the use of coke for roasting malt dates back to 1642, the term Pale Ale was first recorded around 1703. What are pale ales? The Pale Malts gave the beer a lighter colour compared to other beers that were brewed at the time. Pale ale was often used interchangeably with Bitter which...read more