The moral dilemma that comes with wanting to keep the mind pure and the skin youthful, or instead reaching for a crisp alcoholic beverage to reflect and unwind after a hard day’s slog, is a constant struggle, says Moa Brewing Co.
Bars and pubs
For eight days, Quentin Tarantino devotees can immerse themselves in his eighth and latest film at a local Ponsonby pub in Auckland.
Training as a public relations advisor is likely to come in handy for the newly appointed bar manager at craft beer pub 16 TUN.
Auckland bar Sweat Shop Brew Kitchen is cracking into Christmas with the launch of a special edition ‘Franklin Road Christmas Ale.’
International wine judge and Master of Wine Sam Harrop has joined SKYCITY Auckland as a beverage consultant ambassador.
The travel and tourism website Concrete Playground has “jumped on the brew-wagon” to identify eight of the “best beer lover’s havens in and around Auckland.”
Dominic Kelly, owner of Wellington bar Hashigo Zake and distribution company Beer Without Borders penned an open letter to young drinkers shortly after the Wellington Sevens:
Good bye to annoying wobbly tables in restaurants, cafes and bars. The Wobbly Wedge is an innovative product which the manufacturers say is “silly by name, serious by nature.”
Heineken has unveiled its latest global campaign, ‘Cities of the World’, aimed to inspire men to live worldly by unlocking the secrets of their cities.
The annual Eat Drink Design Awards supports innovation and excellence in the design of hospitality premises of all scales and types, retail environments for the sale of food and beverages and visual identities for both.
New Zealand’s beers continue to gather accolades at international competitions, with a slew of awards at the recent Australian International Beer Awards (AIBA).
Once again, Beervana is shaping up to be the premier craft beer event in New Zealand.