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19 February 2018

Mikkeller in Malta – Craft beer showcase

Mikkeller is Denmark’s best rated brewer and Brew Haus is excited to showcase their epic beers in Valletta. On 22 February, Brew Haus will host a celebration of the very finest craft beer paired with some funky, live beats at City Light in Valletta. We will be showcasing at least twelve unique beers on the […]

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4 February 2018

The Wonderful World of Sour Beers

Sours constitute a major beer style and there are hundreds of different variants available, primarily brewed by artisanal breweries with a flair for experimentation and bold flavours. Sour beers were not available in Malta and it was only recently that we’ve seen imported sour beers appear in fridges in some boutique eateries and leading craft […]

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20 January 2018

Beer and Food

I’ve always loved bar snacks with my pint, a tasty ale with my pizza or a cold lager with my hobża biż-żejt. But then one day I tried a moist, dark chocolate brownie with an Imperial Stout (an Even More Jesus by Evil Twin, NYC) and I knew I was onto something special. Beer and […]

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20 August 2017

Brew Haus Craft Beer Tasting Sessions

Our mission at Brew Haus has been to introduce great tasting, high quality beers with a difference to Malta. We want to allow those who have a passion for beer to have access to a range of exciting beers for all occasions, seasons and tastes.

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15 August 2017

5 Times Beer changed the Course of History – Fourth: Survival in Middle Age Europe

You probably don’t think of beer as one of the most important inventions of all time. But what else would you call a liquid that caused humans to settle down and become farmers, learn the art of bookkeeping and discover that bacteria was to blame for getting sick?

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11 August 2017

Which Beer Style Are You?

When most people think of ‘beer’, they are probably thinking of Pilsner or Lager. After all, these two forms of beer have become dominant across the world and that’s what many have grown used to drinking. But while lagers in particular have taken root in societies across the globe, other forms of beer have a long history in countries such as Belgium, the UK, Germany and the United States, which in recent decades moved quickly to pioneer the craft beer movement.

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