My two guests are key members of the craft beer industry and also good friends. All of them except for Trevor. We discuss current trends, difference between pale ales and
The Carthorse Homebrewers Club, the exclusive home-brewers club of Cape Town. We finally get together talk about winning gold in the PowWow competition for our Belgian Dubbel. And what is
I’ve just reread my previous post from almost a year ago. I have mixed feelings about what I’ve achieved since then. On the one hand, nothing “big” has happened for
The Clarens Beer Fest is probably the most popular beer event in South Africa and a pilgrimage every beer lover must take. I walked around with Steve from Shackletons Brewery,
Rejeanne Vlietman is a restaurateur and business owner who started at Den Anker at the V&A Waterfront 25 years ago. She is now the driving force behind South Africa’s exposure to
Liam is an old stalwart in the local craft beer movement and now the new Saggy Stone head brewer. He also started his beer journey around the same time as
It would surprise you to learn that Hong Kong is a honeypot for craft beer. Well, it did for me at least. The city has hundreds of hip drinking spots
I mash in with Nick Reed and Carel Van Heerden. Champion home brewers, all round beerlovers and very active committee members of SouthYeasters, a Cape Town based home brew club.
2018 was a strange year. While some folk had unique and memorable highlights, the industry as a whole seemed to slump onto its bar stool. That is, if you were
I mash in with Gavin Magrath and Anja Van Zyl who are about to open Hey Joe Brewing Company in Franschhoek.