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Gin Drop: Never Never - Ginache

Our friends at Never Never Distilling Co have absolutely hooked up our Gin Drop subscribers this month! On top of the usual hand selected gin and suggested cocktail (read on for our Charlie Chaplin recipe), this month's Gin Drop subscribers score a Never Never pack of dehydrated citrus garnishes and an ultra cute magnet set. 

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Beerthusiast - October 2021

This month, we're enjoying a Belgium classic and some fresh new drops from some around Aus. In particular, one of these beers features a fairly new hop product; Citra Lupomax! Read up on these New Hop Products and taste the science for yourself. What's in the box:   Akasha • Super Chill Session Ale | 4.2% | 375ml This brand new release is kicking us into spring with tropical notes worthy of easing us into full on summer. Drinkability: Quaff The Mill • Cracking Lager XPA | 4.0% | 375ml The Mill have rebranded and this lager is a perfect fit for their new old school look. It’s a classic like the German originals that inspired it.  Drinkability: Quaff[Get more] • [Shop The Mill...

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New Hop Products on the Block

Hop producers around the globe are hearing us shout our love of hops to the heavens and are coming up with new, innovative ways to give us what we want. And what we want is more beautiful aromatic oils and bittering alpha acids found in the hop bud that fills our senses and brings us joy.   The NEIPA has brought about a brewing style that is more dry-hop heavy than any style before it, and with that has brought about the need for efficiency to reduce beer loss (wort absorbed into spent hop material), maintain costs for both the brewery and the consumer, hop and beer production rates, and quality of the finished product. Hops have those beautiful aromatic...

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Mythbusters: 1000 IBU

Now, you would think you could just chuck a ton of hops in the boil and get a ton of isomerized alpha acids in return, and just keep adding hops to get your beer’s IBU’s up to the stratosphere? Well, it’s not that simple.

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