Welcome to life after the Cape Town Festival of Beer. We’ve taken most of the week to recover but we’re back! And we’re back with a particularly special beer. We would like to introduce you to the Stellenbosch Brewing Co and their Eike Stout. Why is it so special you may ask? Not only did
Given the vast number of craft beers now available in the liquor stores it can be somewhat overwhelming in what to choose. Inevitably, because of pricing, we end up picking up much of the same because we know what we are getting. So, we’re going to start a featured Friday Beer spot to introduce new
We were stoked to have 26 riders join us for the first Devil’s Peak Blockhouse Beer Ride with The Gear Change. Was quite a sight to see everyone winding their way up through Mowbray in Peak evening traffic. Some world class banter from all in what was a very pleasant trip up to the Blockhouse.
We hung out at Cafe Extrablatt in Greenpoint on Wednesday night for the launch of a new beer for South Africa. We say new for South Africa as it is a brand import from the UK. We say brand import as Devil’s Peak is brewing the beer locally under the established brand. There’s a great story
We like to ride our bikes and we like good beer, put those together and it seemed that starting organized Beer Rides was the sensible thing to do. We chatted to our friends over at Devil’s Peak Brewery who went “Yes! Let’s do it!” and then we spoke to our local bike store The Gear
On Thursday evening we were fortunate enough to be invited to The President Hotel in Bantry Bay for the launch of their new restaurant, The Base. Now, this blog is not intended for restaurant launches at large but when there is beer involved we’re always willing to make an exception. Add pizza on top of that
The 8th Cape Town Festival of Beer hits Hamilton’s Rugby Club from the 1st to the 3rd of December. We’ve always been a fan of the Festival, it’s hard not to be. With over 200 different brews coming from over 60 breweries it’s a must for any beer lover in the Cape. The Festival runs
On the 21st of October the annual STBB Mountain Bike Race will be taking part at Overgaauw Wine Estate in Stellenbosch with the aim of raising Funds for the Miles for Smiles Foundation. The Foundation was set up to assist Operation Smile in creating awareness for the plight of children born with cleft lips and palates.