The Malthouse Blog
A Touch of kiwi in Thornbridge Ales
Thursday, 11 February 2010 09:46

“The World Encyclopaedia of Beer”, written by Brian Glover, British Beer Writer of the Year 1994, provides an interesting perspective of what New Zealand beer must have looked like from the outside at the turn of this century. 

Belgium’s biggest resurgence since Tintin: Destination Moon
Thursday, 04 February 2010 10:00

The tiny kingdom of Belgium has for centuries produced many memorable, distinctive and often unique beer styles.  One of the very last nations to succumb to the ubiquitous allure of lagers, Belgian beer has always been a bit special. 

Beer, Civilisation and Politics
Thursday, 28 January 2010 15:36

If your only sources of information were the British broadsheet newspapers and Sir Geoffrey Palmer, you could be forgiven for thinking that alcohol, particularly beer, has caused nothing by misery since the day it was invented.

Mild versus Wild
Wednesday, 20 January 2010 12:03

Although it may sound like the latest reality television series starring Bear Grylls, ‘Mild versus Wild’ is actually a major philosophical debate bubbling away in the global beer community. 

To a New Decade of Quality Beer
Wednesday, 13 January 2010 09:06


Welcome to the first Malthouse blog for 2010.  This weekly column returns after a brief blogging hiatus certain in the knowledge that this will be another great year for craft beer in New Zealand generally and the licensed victuallers located at 48 Courtenay Place specifically.

Beer with Sax Appeal
Wednesday, 16 December 2009 18:08

One of the many, many joys of being a professional beer writer is that talking to interesting people about my favourite topic (beer) over my favourite adult beverage (also beer) at my favourite watering hole (Malthouse) totally counts as work.

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