‘Innovative’ is one of the most overused adjectives in beer making at the moment and it’s use in a media release causes a subconscious, actually it’s usually a physical, cringe. Despite the number of wine/beer hybrids, I’m hard-pressed to think of a beer made using wine turned into candi-sugar, a crystalized invert sugar (look it up here, and an explanation of how to make it and its uses here). Needless to say, whether its a why-isn’t-this-beer-everywhere beer such as Gunnamatta or an it’d-be-an-interesting-idea-to…-type beer, such as the barrier-pushing but largely undrinkable Rex Attitude, it’d be worth seeking out. [Ed]
Yeastie Boys to release innovative Spoonbender “wine beers”
Leading brewing visionaries and beer activists, Wellington-based Yeastie Boys, this week announce the worldwide release of their “Spoonbender” collaborative series. The three Spoonbenderbeers, which have been brewed in collaboration with Australian winemakers Some Young Punks, use botr
Source: Australian Brews News
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