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While a surprising number of New Zealanders took at least a passing interest in the Winter Olympics in Peon... Peony... Chang... the Winter Olympics in South Korea, it did not make much of an impact in my household.
I suspect there are many gentle readers of the Malthouse blog who secretly and not so secretly enjoy or even revel in reading me having to write about sour beers – particularly for two weeks in a row. It happens once a year for Sourfest, a celebration of piquant, pungent and frankly sour brews at Malty.
Saturday, 17 February 2018 14:23

Mango & Lime Cider 4%

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Mango & Lime Cider As the old saying (almost) goes - ‘When life gives you mango and limes, make an awesome summer cider." And so that’s exactly what we’ve done by creating our limited release Mango & Lime Cider. Packed with the sweetness of Magdalena mango from Colombia and the subtle balance of lime from the Motueka region this fresh, delicious cider is sure to be as essential as jandals…
Tuesday, 06 February 2018 16:43

A taste of Belgium – from Paraparaumu

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The traditional metal associated with 25 year anniversaries is silver. Not that many couples or business reach that figure these days. Malthouse has. 2018 marks the 25th year of Malthouse. To celebrate, Colin the Handsome yet Softly Spoken Scottish Proprietor has unveiled a truly ambitious schedule of beer launches. There will be one every month and it will feature the country’s best brewers.
Monday, 05 February 2018 16:21

British Best 5%

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British Best 5% British Best   5% Brewed as an English Best Bitter style, the combination of five malts gives Sprig & Fern's British Best the ideal balance of malt sweetness. The addition of Crystal and Caramalt provides well rounded toffee and biscuit characteristics. Great & Proud, Champion British Ale - Brewers Guild Beer Awards 2016
Monday, 05 February 2018 14:07

East Coast IPA 5.5%

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EAST COAST IPA – 5.5% abv Following on from our successful West Coast IPA last summer, we've brewed an East Coast IPA.   With a more complex malt flavour our East Coast IPA is still packed with aroma hops so the beer jumps out of the glass at you.