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Mountain Goat – Pale Ale

Brewery Mountain Goat in Melbourne, Victoria  Style Pale Ale ABV & IBU 5.2% Tasting Notes A lovely golden yellow colour with a lasting white head. Subtle hop aromas. Nothing stands out. Nicely balanced beer with malt flavour and hop bitterness pairing nicely. A good example of how pale ales should be. I suspect Australian hops are […]

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Mountain Goat – Botanical IPA

Brewery:  Mountain Goat in Richmond, Victoria Style:   IPA ABV:   6.8% Rate Beer:   No rating yet Pour: Yellow gold with a small tight white head. Strong floral and herbal flavours. Juniper being the boldest to come through. It’s like a good gin shot dropped into a light, clean American IPA. This almost seems like a beer that shouldn’t […]

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Mountain Goat – Hazy Pale Ale

Brewery: Mountain Goat in Richmond, Victoria Style:  Hazy Pale ABV:  4.6% Rate Beer:  No Rating Yet Pour:  opaque straw colour with a big, fast dispersing white head.  My nose is a little blocked at the moment so not really picking up much aroma. Taste wise, a bit of bitterness mixed with stone fruit flavours. A good, sipping beer to have when your […]

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Mountain Goat – P.O.G IPA

Take a solid, classic IPA and add orange, passionfruit and guava juice and you’ve got this beer.

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Mountain Goat – Rare Breed Berliner Weiss

Mountain Goat – Rare Breed Berliner Weiss

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Mountain Goat – Very Enjoyable Beer

This is a really good, easy drinker of a lager.

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Towradgi Beach Hotel Beer Food and Wine Fair

Nothing like a beer, food and wine fair being held at your local on a perfect summer Sunday afternoon. With a great line up of local breweries, wineries and distilleries filling the car park of the TBH, it was a good day to sample some quality ales from my new home region.

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Canberra Craft Beer and Cider Festival

Canberra’s craft beer festival is now into its 12th year and it’s great to see that its expanded from the small gardens of the Mercure Hotel to closing off the back laneway behind the hotel.