Well hasn’t it been a long time since I last tapped on the keys? Don’t ask me why, I don’t have the answer but on an Uber ride home on Saturday I felt the striking need to write again so here we are. What was the inspiration for this? Quite simply Aether Brewing. You see it was the first official day of Brewvegas, Brisbane’s annual week long beer festival, I had been to three other venues previously that day, tried some amazing beers from Australia, New Zealand and America but after all that, the core range on tap at Aether just seemed head and shoulders above everything else.
A few months ago I was privileged to be featured on The Crafty Pint website, come check out the interview I did with them. After you read the interview be sure to have a look around the best source of craft beer news in Australia.
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“The Crafty Pint is Australia’s leading beer site, visited by more than twice as many people as any other beer news source in the country. It was born out of a desire to provide coverage of the craft beer revolution that was sweeping Australia. The aim was to do justice to the efforts of the men and women changing the country’s drinking habits and give them and their supporters a voice that they were lacking at a time when most media – and indeed most Australians – ignored craft beer or dismissed it as a fad.”
I’m always humbled when invited to events, sent stuff in the mail or just given the opportunity to participate in the amazing scene we have here in Brisbane. So when an invitation to a VIP tasting night for Ballistic Beer Co turned up in my inbox I was just a tad excited. Continue reading
While I have done a bit of video work before I guess this is the first time of really putting myself in front of the camera. Make sure you subscribe to the foodgrogblog YouTube channel as I’m hoping to bring a lot more content. A huge thanks to iKegger for sending me up all the gear to review.
I’ve really been struggling with putting fingers on keys of late, between full time work, part time uni and 2 kids it’s often hard to find the time. So much so that a few weeks ago I visited one of the coolest new breweries to open in South East Queensland and have neglected to write a thing, so here you go. Continue reading
One of the greatest things about living in Brisbane is the choice between going south to the Gold Coast or north to the Sunshine Coast. While the Sunshine Coast might have been lacking behind the Goldy when it comes to beer venues, they’ve certainly made up for it this year. After recently staying at our favourite spot, Alexandra Headland, I found myself a little spoilt for choice. Let’s start with one of the first and still my favourite spot, Black Bunny Kitchen. Continue reading
Black Hops Brewing
15 Gardenia Grove, Burleigh Heads
One of my most anticipated Brewery openings of the year happened a few weeks ago and recently I was lucky enough to spend the day with the crew at Black Hops making some beer. Continue reading