• 25 May 2014 - Best Beer HQ

    Beer and breweries in Australia

    It should come as no surprise that Australia, the home of famous beer brand Foster’s, usually ranks well inside in the top 10 countries by beer consumption list. Recent figures show the average Australian consumes 96.95 litres of beer every year – not far off the average amount consumed per capita in Ireland but still […]

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  • This is one for the true baseball fanatic, a craft beer aged inside the iconic Louisville Slugger maple baseball bats. It seriously doesn’t get much more American than that, surely? Homefront India Pale Ale is what they call it. It was first developed by Fremont Brewing Company and Center of the Universe Brewing Company in […]

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  • At a whopping 67.5% alcohol by volume, aptly-named Scottish beer Snake Venom is currently the strongest beer in the world. Banchory-based brewery Brewmeister has taken the title of strongest beer in the world from previous record-holder ABV Armageddon (also by Brewmeister), which is 65% alcohol by volume. In comparison, your typical bottle of vodka is […]

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  • Scotland’s largest independent brewer BrewDog has launched its first craft beer shop – dubbed “BottleDog” – in London. The BottleDog store at 69 Gray’s Inn Road, near the Chancery Lane Tube Station, is the first in a series of new craft beer shops that the brewer and pub operator plans to open in the United […]

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  • The Dunedin Craft Beer and Food Festival is currently taking applications of interest from breweries and food vendors for 2014. Featuring fine food as well as the best beer from around New Zealand, the craft beer and food festival is set to take place at Dunedin’s Forsyth Barr Stadium on 4 October 2014. More than […]

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