The end of the year is approaching rather quickly, so it’s time to remove the rather thick film of dust from the blog and the SEQBeers concept to spend some time in Capalaba with Bacchus Brewing Co. Bacchus is possibly the best known (admittedly, among beer geeks) brewery from the Brisbane metro area. Their reputation was firmly established at the 2013 Great Australasian Beer Spectapular where their White Chocolate Raspberry Pilsner was the top pick of the punters. This year’s effort – a beery imitation […]
It’s time for the big reveal folks: Drunken Speculation’s beer for the Bacchus Beer Bloggers’ Series (#bacchusbeerbloggersseries). Drum roll please… It’s there, in the title. Yep, we jumped on the sour bandwagon but since it normally takes 12 plus months of barrel aging to make a Flanders Red, we’re also dabbling in a bit of enterprising ‘cheating’ under the expert guidance of Ross Kenrick at Bacchus Brewing Co. But just a little bit.
Forget Cup Day. Tuesday 5 November, 2013 will henceforth be remembered as the culmination of all my stars aligning and the [beer] gods smiling favourably down upon me: I took a day off from work to brew beer. And, at Bacchus Brewing Co. in Capalaba, Queensland no less. No doubt you might’ve seen the furore on social media already, which can be accredited to the excitement of the six Brisbane-based beer bloggers who are taking part in the project. Here’s […]