Warm winters day. Sun shining. Perfect conditions to go down to old Henson Park and watch the mighty Bluebaggers, the Newtown Jets run around and drink some craft beers! Continue reading Beer, Footy & Food Festival at Henson Park, Marrickville.
This is a great little pub crawl that you can knock off pretty easy on a Sunday afternoon sesh. Continue reading Petersham pub crawl: 1.2km (16mins)
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. Sometimes you have some time kill on a Saturday so you decide to create a little pub crawl and hitting up some places you haven’t been to and a couple of local favourites. If you live … Continue reading Summer Hill to Marrickville pub crawl: 4.7km (60mins)
Simple single hop IPA. Smooth and clean and drinks very easy for its 7.2%. Simcoe. Continue reading Akasha Brewing – Simcoe IPA
This is a good one to take off early from work on a Friday afternoon and hit up Glebe and Annadale just outside the CBD. Continue reading Glebe-Annandale Craft Beer crawl 3.1km (40min walk)
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
Great neighbourhood craft beer bar with 31 speciality taps of craft beer. Cosy inside with tables for groups or seating at the bar. There’s few TVs for sport and giant taxidermy animal heads adorn the walls. There is a small pokies room and seating outside on the footpath for the filthy smokers. The food is supplied by the burger place Ze Pickle that is across … Continue reading The Keg & Brew in Surry Hills
Brewery: Young Henry’s in Newtown, NSW Style: IPA ABV: 6.0% Rate Beer: 72/100 Pour: Light golden colour with a big fluffy head that sits for a while Improving their standard Hop Ale with seasonal flavours. I really liked their winter Red IPA and their previous summer IPA was a fruity punch and nice bitterness. This one has less fruitiness but does marry the modern west coast … Continue reading Young Henry’s – Summer Hop Ale