Food and Drink
Posted by Simon Lewis
18. Mar, 2011
Pig-dog. A derogatory term in German. Why this beer is called this I don’t know. Maybe they had a run in with some Germans. Either way it’s a very good interpretation of a Hefeweizen.
Cloudy orange/yellow colour. The aromas are malty with banana, caramel, citrus, and a hint of clove spice. The palate is very malty, full and soft. Caramel, banana, orange zest, clove, crisp carbonation and low bitterness combine to make a very pleasant and balanced beer.
Not one flavour really stands out. If anything it is a bit short but that is a small criticism. A really nice beer from the South Australians. For a range of stockists visit www.brewboys.com.au/outlets.
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Beginning today, the Builders Arms is being reshaped by a bunch of artists with a new design, menu, music, screenings and cheaper booze. Yes, cheaper booze.
As the mercury nudges 30C quench your hard earned thirst at the Microbrewery Showcase this week.
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