Don’t think of autumn as the slippery slope into winter, think of it as the perfect time for refreshing sunny-day beers and nourishing cold-night beers. John Krüger shares five of his favourite new and not-so-new SA brews.
Beer aficionado John Krüger reviews six South Australian craft brews, including a fresh fruity release from Big Shed, Coopers’ new Session Ale, Prancing Pony’s dessert stout and Little Bang’s moreish Naked Objector.
Spring’s warm days and cool nights encourage drinking a variety of styles of beer, from the refreshing lunchtime pilsner to a hearty after-dinner stout. John Krüger reviews a selection of recent SA releases to suit any occasion.
Homebrew has certainly become a lot less messy and much more high-tech – now, you can even use wi-fi to monitor fermentation. John Krüger puts the latest kit to the test and gives his verdict on the end result.
There’s a new beer style in town. It’s weird, wonderful – and sour. Sour like a Barossa dill pickle. Sour like chèvre.
While some people find joy exploring walking trails in the hills, beer reviewer John Krüger prefers scouting the city for good SA brews and bites. Here, he shares favourite beer and menu matches from three Adelaide bars and restaurants.