It’s that time of year again! The 4th annual Brewsvegas festival is kicking off next week and I for one am pumped that it’s back.
With such a large program, it can sometimes be a bit difficult to select your itinerary and if you’re a bit of a spend-thrift like I, you tend to look for the events that are going to give you the most bang for your buck.
Being a blogger, I generally don’t have to worry about my appearance. I can sit and type out a post in nothing but my underwear and 3 day uncombed hair. As a matter of fact, that’s what I’m currently sporting. ~pause to allow that image to creep into your sub-conscience~ Continue reading
When asked about what the best part of Brisbane’s beer scene, I can unequivocally say it’s the people we have. Our bar staff, beer reps, brewers, and punters are, dare I say it, the best in the world. Hop into any one of our venues, get to chatting with a local, and you’ll be forced to agree with me. Collaborations, helpful advice, and educational insight all help to affirm this fact, but what really drives it home for me is how much our little city gives back to the community. Continue reading
When I was asked if I wanted to help brew a beer with my fellow blog cohorts for Bacchus’ upcoming ‘Brumalia Festival’, I thought ‘hells ya!’. The last time I was involved with a Bacchus beer, it was for the Beer Bloggers series back at the end of 2013, and I was sadly (not really sadly, I was living it up) overseas for both the brewing and launch. This time around, however, I was ready and able to join in on the fun. Continue reading
Back in February, I launched my first ever competition in-line with Brewsvegas entitled “Bards of Brewsvegas”, and today the winners are announced! Continue reading
It would appear that fortune is smiling on this blogger. I managed to track down and get a few minutes to talk to the ever-elusive brewer from Newstead Brewing. Finding the man behind the much vaunted “Hammerhead”, is about as rare as finding unicorn poo or a decent bottle of Hammerhead.
To achieve this, I had to sneak up to him whilst he swam in his ruby filled fermentation tank, rub the tank three times, and frighten him. It was then, that he promised to grant me 4 questions, and no more.