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Sunday, 8 January 2012 by Kevin McLellan in Craft Beer | Reviews
Time to reflect on 2011 and the beer I enjoyed over the year. [More]
Saturday, 5 November 2011 by Kevin McLellan in Craft Beer | Reviews
Brownville is a great looking beer (the photo does not do it justice), it pours a rich, deep, exotic creamy brown, with a small but perfectly formed white head. [More]
Wednesday, 21 September 2011 by Kevin McLellan in Craft Beer
Taranaki Pale Ale is a collaboration from Mike's Ron Trigg and Joseph Wood of Liberty. It created quite a buzz at Beervana this year and was one of my personal favorites. [More]
Sunday, 14 August 2011 by Kevin McLellan in News
The whole BrewNation team was at Beervana this year. Checkout Kevin's Beervana Wrap-up for 2011. [More]
Sunday, 12 June 2011 by Kevin McLellan in Bar Reviews | Craft Beer | Craft Breweries
Perched at the very top of Mt Eden Road in Newton, Galbraith's has been an Auckland institution since Keith Galbraith opened the doors in 1995. [More]
Tuesday, 24 May 2011 by Kevin McLellan in Craft Beer | Reviews
Epic have released the Epic Hop Zombie. A great name for a great beer with a crazy amount of hops. [More]
Wednesday, 11 May 2011 by Kevin McLellan in Craft Beer | Reviews
When the Yeastie Boys started talking about a new beer made from 100% whisky malt they referred to it as a West Coast IPA – that’s an Islay Pale Ale from the west coast of Scotland. [More]
Sunday, 8 May 2011 by Kevin McLellan in Craft Beer | Reviews
Over the weekend I got the opportunity to sample a New Zealand Craft Beer TV Mash Up Pale Ale, the brew resulting from the Epic Boys' road trip around New Zealand's Craft breweries. [More]
Thursday, 5 May 2011 by Kevin McLellan in Craft Beer
Kevin goes in search of New Zealands best value beer. Using maths, crowd sourced data and New World pricing we have a conclusive winner. Can you guess? [More]
Friday, 29 April 2011 by Kevin McLellan in Craft Beer | Reviews
How best to describe the Black Emperor? Black Pilsner? American Black Lager? Pseudo Schwarz? Whatever it is, it's brewed with malt from New Zealand, Germany and England, hops from America and yeast from Germany. [More]

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