adventures in craft beer in Perth and beyond

Weekend Reading #45

For those lazy weekend mornings when you just want to stay in bed and catch up on a little reading – Weekend Reading is a weekly post with the articles I’ve enjoyed in the past seven days and hope that you will too.


The Beeroness | Slow Cooker Honey Chili Pulled Beer Chicken Sliders

As much as it saddens me to see television commercials for Hungry Jack’s doing pulled pork sliders, I still love a slider; after all what’s better than having one burger? Having two or three, sliders speak to my inner glutton. This recipe sounds like another cracker from one of my favourite beer and food people so I think I’ll be trying this one really soon.

The Crafty Pint | Beer Food with Beersine: Steak with Beernaise Sauce

Staying on all things beer and food related, this is the second article in a continuing series with Mitch aka Beersine aka head chef at the Monk Brewery in Fremantle. If you are anything like me then you’re the type of person who would have béarnaise with almost any meal if given the chance, well now you can cause you can make it at home and you can make it even better with beer! All thanks to Mitch – check it out.

Craft Beer | Sierra Nevada Creates Game to Celebrate Oktoberfest Release

I haven’t tried this out for myself yet but what a great idea! It’s hard to get and hold peoples attention so this strikes me as a really interesting way to go about it.

Australian Brews News | Pale Ale trademark showdown looms

A number of trademark dispute stories in craft beer have come from the US. For instance Sierra Nevada have faced two in recent months – one with Fort George Brewery and another with Lagunitas Brewing Co.

Read more: Sierra Nevada Facing Another ‘IPA’ Trademark Dispute

Here in Australia it doesn’t seem to happen as much, or we don’t hear too much about it, or perhaps we will start see this more and more. Melbourne’s Thunder Road Brewery has been involved in one or two and their name is also in this story around the term ‘original pale ale’.

 

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