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September 9, 2017

Kaiju DIPA - Double IPA - 9.1%

Firstly, Kaiju have got the art. Their style is amazing, and certainly unique amongst Melbourne brewers. This beer, however, could be packaged in anything and it would still be fantastic. Up front it's piney, resiny, but gives way to some really fantastic tropical notes. It's more of the same on the palate, rounded out by a nice dry malt and lingering bitterness. Ho...

September 8, 2017

Balter XPA - American pale ale - 5%

Super tropical on the nose - love that pineapple. Little bit floral/herbal but mostly just lovely fruit. Quite low bitterness, little bit of juice, dry malt. This is such a great, refreshing pale. Also really loving Balter's can design. And the fact that it's in a can at all. Can foresee many of these in summer. Get all around it. 

September 7, 2017

New Belgium La Folie - Sour brown - 7%

The recent wave of New Belgium beers brought this little rare treat, which was a chance find at McCoppins. Last one left, you beauty! Crisp, tart and acidic, the malt gives a light caramel sweetness but it's really all about that sour. Apple-like crispness, maybe a little cherry on the nose. This is consistently rated highly and it's easy to see why. New Bel...

September 6, 2017

La Sirène Soixante - Farmhouse ale - 6%

This guy sat in the fridge for over a week before this bloody sickness lifted enough to actually taste it. Worth the wait though, this is a very fine beer. Part of La Sirène's new Avant Garde collection, the Soixante is a lovely farmhouse ale that very much suits the change in the weather. Funky and tart, nice and complex with earthy notes and some subtle c...

August 19, 2017

Kids, say NO to work and YES to drinking barrel aged beers instead. That's how the pros do it. Couple of examples of the many beers that were on offer at Carwyn Cellars for the Into the Barrel tap takeover. The beers themselves were all exceptional and ranged from bloody heavy (the Emelisse barley wine at 15% was made of the right stuff) to lighter, more refreshing styles (that Cantillon Kriek sho...

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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.