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  • Feral Hop Hog Review

    Feral Hop Hog Review

    Feral Hop Hog: An Australian legend, with bold hops, a hint of malt, and an assertive, dry finish. Pure craft beer perfection from WA!

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  • Beer Pong!

    Learn how to play beer pong like an Aussie pro – it’s all about precision and enjoying your favourite brews! Perfect! 🍻🏓

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  • The Great Australian Beer Stubby!

    I think it is about time we payed our respects to the little appreciated but well deserving beer vessel, for without it Beer would prove tricky to drink, and store in the fridge for those hot summer days. The beer stubby! A Stubby Little History Originally (middle ages) most beer was stored in barrels, similar…

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  • A Brief History of Beer

    Beer is widely enjoyed by people all over the world. You know that already. But, did you know that beer brew is one of the oldest processes? In fact, ever since 6000 BC, barley grain has already been cultivated by the Ancient Egyptians and Babylonians. The initial brew was by accident when barley loaves were…

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  • India Pale Ale (IPA)

    Developed in the mid 1800s by English Brewers, India Pale Ale (IPA) became popular in the export market, primarily the East India Trading Company and other settlers and soldiers in India. The India Pale Ale (IPA) is commonly believed to have been developed as an export version of the new Pale Ale Style that was…

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  • How to review beer

    Want to become a beer expert? How do you go about reviewing beer? In this article we’ll tell you exactly what you need to consider! We encourage you to bring to our attention any fantastic beers you know about and want to share with the world. Just send us an e-mail or leave a comment.…

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  • Fat Yak Pale Ale Review

    Fat Yak Pale Ale Review

    Name: Fat Yak Pale Ale Brand: Fat Yak Brewer: Matilda Bay Brewing Company Type: Ale Style: Pale Ale Region: South East Australia Alcohol/vol: 4.7% Volume: 345ml Brewers Description Fat Yak first impresses with its golden colour, distinctive, hop driven, fruity and herbaceous aromas, giving characteristic passionfruit and melon notes, followed by a whack of hop…

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