Well around four months or so in to the new blog and we have passed the 1000 hit mark (thanks mum!). Very happy to see that. Hopefully I can increase the information about Aussie beers in the near future. But looking at now I thought I would look at my cellar ;-p and run through it. Yesterday my American order arrived for some very rare beers. It was expensive but I’m pretty happy right now. Here’s what I have -
From my Yankie order -
Lost Abbey Cuvee de Tomee – Aged in Bourbon and Oak Casks for a year with cherries and wild yeast.
Lost Abbey Serpent’s Stout – Huge Imperial Stout from this coveted brewery.
Russian River Consecration – Barrel Aged for six months with currants and wild yeast.
Nectar Ales Black Xantus – Aged in Bourbon Barrels this rare Imperial Stout is limited to 2000 cases.
Alesmith Speedway Stout – I have wanted to try this ever since I got in to ‘good’ beer. Another Imperial Stout!
Port Old Viscosity – Partly Aged and blended Imperial Stout.
From Nectar (Southern Tier now available in Australia!) -
Southern Tier Chocolat – Imperial Stout with Dark Chocolate.
Southern Tier Un*Earthly – Enormous Double IPA.
From Slowbeer -
Rochefort 10 – Best beer in the World IMHO. Brewed by Belgian Trappist Monks.
Zywiec Baltic Porter – A great example of the style.
Also got some other beers that I’m hoping to share with my good friend this weekend….