Thursday, 06 September 2018 16:26

Official Business on your Personal Email

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Tax Evasion Hamilton’s Brewaucracy continue to come up with on-brand beer names. And we think that the beer lives up to the hype too, which is just as well given how outspoken Greig and Phil have  been as beer judges and critics over  the years. Tax Evasion is their new 2.5% table beer. It goes on tap at 5pm on Tuesday.     Ozploitation On Sunday our the Cult Movie…
Over 2018 Malthouse is celebrating the best in beer through monthly tap takeover events known collectively as “Project Silver”. The name refers to the metal traditionally associated with a 25th anniversary which Malty just happens to be marking this year. In previous Project Silver events, only one brewery has been highlighted such as 8 Wired, Emerson’s and Moa.   In August, Project Silver expands to cover an entire nation with…
Secrets can be powerful – Who poisoned the All Blacks at the 1995 Rugby World Cup? Are we alone in this universe? Who really shot JFK? Why is Dai Henwood still a thing? Is it true that JFK shot first? A person with those answers would be a force to be reckoned with.
The day of the Malthouse West Coast IPA Challenge is one of just seven dates to be written into my paper diary at the start of every year – Mum’s birthday, Dad’s birthday, Brother’s birthday, Lovely Partner’s birthday, Said anniversary, Wrestlemania Day, and the Challenge.
Drop into Golding's or Pomeroy's during Road to Beervana, design a coaster and win sweet prizes! Winners will be printed and used in both pubs! While you're there, try our special Beer Baroness/Golding's Hoppy Sour collaboration brew!The competition runs from Auguast 8-12. Entries must be submitted in person. Bring friends, art supplies and and your creativity!  Check it out on Facebook or The Road To Beervana.
Monday, 09 July 2018 14:40

The Tastings to End All Tastings

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We always enjoy hosting tastings here at Hashigo Zake, for a variety of reasons. They are a great way for us to get to know the products we were selling better. They're also a great way to introduce new products and often whole new styles to our regular customers. And most of all they're a really enjoyable way to spend an evening. In 2018 it's a lot harder to surprise…