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Urbanaut Launch Party – Failure is not an option
Thursday, 25 May 2017 11:00

The New Zealand brewing scene is moving at light speed, if not warp speed.

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Tower of Beer Giraffes - Behemoth Tap Takeover
Thursday, 18 May 2017 19:05

Last week I confessed that Behemoth Brewing Company's founder and head brewer Andrew "Beer Giraffe" Childs was a bit of a hero of mine. I stand by that.

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Let them eat cake, and maybe drink a little beer
Friday, 12 May 2017 09:20

The term “hero” is bandied around far too often these days. However, Andrew Childs from Behemoth Brewing Company is one of my personal beer heroes. I often tell him so after a few Tasty Beverages.

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Lions, Lions, Lions – The British and Irish beers are coming
Tuesday, 02 May 2017 12:18

Once every 12 years the best rugby players from England, Ireland, Wales and Scotland put aside their long-standing differences, pull on the hallowed red jersey and head south to try and beat the All Blacks, hands down the best team in the world. The British and Irish Lions (better known as the LIONS! LIONS! LIONS!) [1] will play ten matches here starting on 3 June 2017.

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Hold the phones – Hops in the Hopinator
Wednesday, 26 April 2017 17:35

I have many powers – and they are pretty sweet –

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Last Night a DJ Saved my Life: Staff Profiles in Courage (DJ Verdi)
Thursday, 20 April 2017 16:45

Welcome to the eighth instalment of the universally adored Malthouse blog feature titled “Staff Profiles in Courage.” This semi-regular format involves me sitting down with a noteworthy Malty staffer, at my hallowed table in the bar, hopefully turning on my voice recorder properly, always managing to drink a hoppy ale (or two), and asking a number of ferociously researched questions about their life and career. [1]

This one was a little different. The interviewee had never served me a beer – in fact, we had never met. That is because Dave Green, better known as DJ Verdi, is a hip Disc Jockey who has been playing at Malthouse for around five years, and I have a record collection filled with Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Chris de Burgh and the album made by Wham’s back-up singers Pepsi and Shirley. [2] Additionally, I suspect I generally go to bed at about the same time that he wakes up and goes to work. In my defence, at least I have a cellphone.

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