Brewery: Sierra Nevada in Chico, California Style: Gose with lime and agave ABV: 4.9% IBUs: 6 RateBeer: 57/100 Pour: Straw light yellow in colour with a thin white head The 2018 version of Otra Vez is a vast improvement on the original version. The addition of lime and agave give this beer a lovely fruitiness and takes away any of the tart sourness, making this an easy drinking beer. Corona drinkers would actually enjoy … Continue reading Sierra Nevada – Otra Vez
Brewery: Innis & Gunn in Perthshire, Scotland Style: Scotch Ale ABV: 6.6% RateBeer: Not listed on Rate Beer Pour: Carmel toffee in colour with no real head on pour. A little thin on first taste. No real bourbon or scotch ale flavours as I would expect. There’s a good chance my taste buds are fucked after the hot chilli sauce I had with dinner that will tear me a new … Continue reading Innis & Gunn – The Original Barrel Aged Bourbon Barrel Scotch Ale
Brewery: Coopers Brewery in Adelaide, SA Style: Vintage Ale/English Strong Ale ABV: 7% RateBeer: 77/100 Pour: Murky brown colour with a small head Quite sharp with flavour. Very malty and peppery in finish. Would be interesting to see how this beer settles flavour wise if left cellared for a few years. I’d suspect it will be smoother and more rich. But I’m not one to let a beer sit that long … Continue reading Coopers – Vintage Ale 2018
Brewery: Deep Creek Brewing in Auckland, New Zealand Style: American Pale Ale ABV: 4.7% RateBeer: 59/100 Pour: Light golden colour with a big frothy head that fades out quickly Sweet fruity flavours come through this crisp pale ale. Easy to knock back a few these. Perfect for a after a day of traveling sitting by a beach or river, as the sun set and few of these….brilliant. Continue reading Deep Creek Brewing Co – Kombi
Brewery: Five Barrel Brewing in Wollongong, NSW Style: IPA/NEIPA ABV: 6% IBUs: 20 RateBeer: No rating yet Pour: Creamy yellow colour with a milky white head My milkshake brings all the boys to the bar/you’re damn right/it’s better than yours. I really didn’t want to do that as much as I had to do that. This is a delicious hazy IPA. Heaps of fruity hop flavours. Subtle carbonation and very, very … Continue reading Five Barrel Brewing – Milkshake IPA
Crawls are generally walkable. Kept to a maximum of 7 locations. Where the distance to the next location is greater than 15min, I’d suggest taking a roadie or uber/cab.
The great thing about Australia’s growth in to the craft beer scene is there are more and more places putting on great beer to drink. Most places will have at least some alternative to Tooheys, VB, Carlton and XXXX. Sydney houses some great craft beer bars but where the aforementioned beer is frowned upon. This pub crawl will cover some of the city’s finest, which will you see you crawl around the CBD and see all the fabulous sights that Sydney has to offer – from the Harbour Bridge, Opera House, Darling Harbour and The Rocks. This is a great sightseeing, craft beer pub crawl.Pub List: Pumphouse Hotel Sweeney’s The SG Harts Pub Lord Nelson Brewery * 15min to next pub – uber it Beer Deluxe All Hands Brewhouse (formerly King St Brewhouse)
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Brewery: Stockade Brewing Co in Marrickville, NSW Style: NEIPA ABV: 6% RateBeer: No rating yet Pour: Whitish pale yellow with a small head on pour Big pineapple flavours hit first in this easy drinking NEIPA. Refreshing and delicious, this like a cold icy pole on a hot summer day. Magical. Continue reading Stockade Brewing Co – Mr Fruju
Brewery: Deep Creek Brewing in Auckland NZ Style: India Brown Ale ABV: 6.8% IBUs: 60 RateBeer: 93/100 Pour: Deep liquorice colour with a slight tan head on pour. This looks and tastes more like a black IPA than a IBA. Roasted grain flavours with piney hops. It’s is quite sharp and forceful on the tongue with a sticky residue aftertaste. I can’t imagine too many Gringos drinking this one but IPA … Continue reading Deep Creek Brewing – Dusty Gringo