The Malthouse Blog
The People’s Blog – Episode III: A New Hope
Tuesday, 23 March 2010 09:09

Throughout the arc of human civilisation, the vast majority of mankind have believed that they were, in fact, very interesting individuals and they knew, actually, how to fix the government, balance the budget and raise other people’s children properly.  In virtually every case, they were wrong.

Diddly Dee (potatoes)
Wednesday, 17 March 2010 12:42

Although it is only an official public holiday in Ireland and Montserrat, Saint Patrick’s Day is traditionally one of the hospitality industry’s biggest days of the year.

Awards That Actually Matter
Tuesday, 09 March 2010 11:28

While virtually anyone can stand behind a counter and try to pour drinks, only a select few will ever run a great pub.   Most punters know a great pub when they find one but the exact combination of skills needed by the manager and staff to create a popular yet responsible establishment has long been the subject of great debate. 

The Beer of Revenge
Wednesday, 03 March 2010 10:04

The beer world is full of many legends and myths.  Perennial favourites include “Guinness in Ireland tastes better because it uses water from the River Liffey”, “the yeast in wheat beer contain so many vitamins the drinker will never get a hangover“ and Carlsberg is “possibly the best beer in the world.”

Barrels of Beer
Wednesday, 24 February 2010 14:17

Barrel-aged beers are so hot right now.  However, like many modern fashions and trends it is actually nothing new or innovative.  For centuries, old-time brewers stored their beer in barrels out of necessity. 

Sprig & Fern- What's in a Name?
Wednesday, 17 February 2010 15:08

Like most modern pubs, Malthouse has a fancy sign hanging outside to let passers-by know that fine beers are available for purchase within.

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