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Whoa! – Barrel Aged Epic Armageddon.
Thursday, 06 May 2010 11:35

Most visitors would not expect a world-famous brewery to be full of used bourbon and brandy barrels.  However, the Lost Abbey Brewery outside San Diego is not just any world-famous brewery. 

Beer, whisky and haggis – the ultimate triple threat
Tuesday, 27 April 2010 10:07

There are some other bars around town which seemingly feel compelled to have a special event, activity or offer every single night of the week.  We won’t name them obviously but they do seem concerned that if the punters are left alone they might notice the rather ordinary beer on offer. 

By George, London Pride Rampant at the House of Malt
Tuesday, 20 April 2010 10:10

This year, St George’s Day is the 23rd April (as indeed it is every year) and Malthouse will be marking it with some suitably English ales and hearty pub food. 

Oyster Stout- Right Here, Right Now
Tuesday, 13 April 2010 21:16

Outside, the seasons are changing.  Nights are getting colder, bluff oysters are flying off the shelves and Magnum PI makes a welcome return to early morning television. 

Organic – not just for hippies anymore
Wednesday, 07 April 2010 15:39

It is hard to say that the sleepy Taranaki hamlet of Urenui is ‘best known’ for something without sounding terminally ironic. 

Exclusive - The Two Biggest Beer Stories of 2010
Wednesday, 31 March 2010 22:30

It’s been quite a week at the Malthouse.  First, Prime Minister John Key began following @malthouse and @malthousewizard on Twitter.  Next, there was official confirmation

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