http://rpstransit.com/ It’s hairy crab season, and there’s nothing Hongkongers love more than getting elbow-deep in roe and cracking shells. With FeedMeGuru’s fantastic list of crab tasting menus around town, we’ve got a whole lotta beer styles for you to pair ‘em with. 1. Lager What can we say? A seafood and lager combo will always be a classic. The salinity of the succulent crab meat will pair delightfully with a crisp,
Misoprostol without prescription We are so pleased and excited to announce that as of today, 18 November 2017, Black Kite Brewery and Kowloon Bay Brewery have merged.
Contemporary New York-style pizzeria meets local craft beer in this delicious marriage of yeast and hops. Opened by Pat Gatherer (formerly of The Globe) and the Young Master Brewery team, the Western district just keeps getting cooler and cooler.
It’s our favourite time of the year again! With so many beer festivals popping up, be sure to keep an eye out for these drinkers. Which one are you?
Huge news for Hong Kong craft beer importers today, with the announcement that Bestbev has acquired the AmeriCraft Imports brand and portfolio.
The trickle-down of long-term misogyny from big beer brands to the craft beer world remains unwantedly prevalent, and it continues to rear its ugly head from time to time. Overcoming this “bro” culture of beer is a long, involved process and thankfully, the vast majority of people in the industry are all about that.
Following the last eight successful years, the Hong Kong International Beer Awards continues to recognize the best beers available in Hong Kong’s restaurants and bars. This year, over 300 entries were collected from more than 40 distributors.
In our Beer Novice series, newly-turned beer lovers describe their first encounter with the hoppy beverage and what exactly made them go back for more.
Thomas Lau is a hard man to track down. One week he’s in Scotland training with the BrewDog team, and the next he’s in Japan discussing the reception of Coedo Taproom in Hong Kong.
During winter, I tend to favour rich English styles such as old ales or barleywines – rich malt complexity, fruity yeast bouquet, and an optional sherry or leathery edge.