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April 1, 2018

La Sirène - Citray Sour

Finally, the second beer in a can from local farmhouse demigods La Sirène. Their previous farmhouse pale stands on its own for the combination of funky flavour and zesty refreshment. Citray Sour picks up there, retaining the dry freshness and adding a huge whack of fresh orange and a burst of bright acidity. Pours with a good old froth which quickly settles. The nose is stro...

February 12, 2018

Now, more than ever, is the season for sour beers. Of course, they're perfect all year round, but when the humidity is high and refreshment is at its most necessary, it's hard to ignore the tartness of a cold sour. We tried a couple of rippers, have a read of our thoughts below:

Sailors Grave – Peach Melba Pavlova Cream Ale

On Burnley Street, near where we live in Richmond, is a plaque commemorating...

January 30, 2018

Hey, tinnies are back, you haven't heard? No longer confined just to average lagers at glass-free festivals, cans are back, baby, and they're better than ever. Once renowned as metallic-tasting tubes of terrible swill, can technology (it's a thing) has blown up in recent years, putting tinnies at the forefront of beer receptacles. It's proven that cans keep the beer chilled longer (as well as cool...

September 11, 2017

Moon Dog Beer Can - 4.2%

It's beer in a can from Moon Dog. It does what it says on the tin. Live from the new room at the brewery which is looking funky fresh with a new bar and some art and a few timid pioneers breaking it in. This is the front line of drinking, and we're proud to report to you. If you don't already frequent Moon Dog then you bloody well better start. 

September 10, 2017

Almanac Lavender Honey de Brettaville - Sour ale with lavender and honey - 6.5%

First had this at Carwyn's Almanac takeover earlier in the year and was blown away. I mean, all the Almanac beers we tried really hit the mark (hello Apricot de Brettaville), but the addition of lavender really made this something else. Lucky enough to snag a bottle from Slow Beer as a reminder. This guy is pungent la...

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Hey! We're Evan and Georgia, a couple in our mid-twenties living in Richmond, Australia, a town full of breweries and bars. We love to explore what beers are on offer at various venues and bottle shops, primarily focusing on local brews.