Beer and food matching these days has rather lost its surprise factor. It’s delicious and all, and a great way to spend a night out, but it’s hardly newsworthy anymore. Which begs the question: what will be the next big thing when it comes to craft beer?
While any time is a good time to quench your thirst with a James Squire Orchard Crush cider, it certainly makes sense in summer to indulge in this most refreshing of beverages.
In our first thrilling instalment, we left James Squire at a crucial time in his life full of flavour. Let’s pick up where we left off and continue our exploration of James’ roguish world.
Meet Chris Sheehan, the new Head Brewer at the James Squire Malt Shovel Brewery in Camperdown, Sydney.
If you go down to Scarborough Beach today, you’re sure of a big surprise. It’s The Squire’s Fortune, a brand new nautical-themed Brewhouse where fortune favours the brave of palate and the seafood paired dishes are fresher than an 80’s Flat Top.
Everyone’s got one in their social group – sometimes more than one. You know the type: his smartphone looks less like a communication device and more like a malignancy growing from the palm of his hand.
Quizzes and beer go together like Instagram and ‘inspirational’ quotes. So surely it’s time to put together a quiz about beer (or about craft beer, to be more precise). Bragging rights await the successful.
James Squire Sundown Australian Lager with its special mix of summer hops makes an exceptionally refreshing accompaniment to the Australian summer. Especially when paired with some Aussie-inspired dishes to mark the special occasion.
Throughout his life, James Squire always took the path less travelled. Today, his legacy lives on – in the beer that bears his name, and in the attitude and approach of men of many tastes.
Risk-takers and mould-breakers, they push boundaries and challenge convention. They are rogues to a man and these are their stories.
Click here to read our terms of service.