For adventurous drinkers, sour beers are a tart and a more interesting liquid salve against the summer heat than a stock-standard lager, writes reviewer John Kruger.
Pass over the stouts, porters and dark ales this winter and snuggle up to something new, with five warming beer recommendations from reviewer John Krüger.
Warmer weather equals beer weather, and John Krüger recommends five fresh South Australian brews that make his tastebuds sing – from a watermelon-infused sour to a tropical-style lager and an ale that’s refreshingly pale.
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.
It may have a bad reputation among some IPA fans, but lager is a perfect match for hot weather and summer foods. John Krüger recommends five delicious South Australian lagers … plus one very crisp cider.