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Alcohol Adds More Calories into Your Low Carb Beverage

23/08/2019
best low carb beer in Australia

Alcohol is a go-to drink for many consumers as a way to unwind, especially after a long day or work week. It accompanies parties, celebrations, and festivals as far back as written human history. Craft beer brewers or even huge corporations like Burleigh Brewing or Carlton & United Breweries know this. Aside from delivering drinks for people’s enjoyment, breweries are also trying to address the concerns regarding consumers’ health.

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Japanese Beer

23/02/2018

In a country where sake is so well known, it might be surprising to find that beer is by far the most popular alcoholic beverage in Japan. Originally introduced by the Dutch in the 17th century, beer has become a Japanese favourite, and since the early 19th century when local brewing began, the product has evolved with characteristics that are distinctly Japanese.   Within a few generations of initial brewing, beer had become readily accessible throughout Japan and a huge range of beers are now available even at local convenience stores.

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Should Red Wine be Chilled?

24/05/2018
red wine grapes and bottles

Red wine is the perfect companion for special occasions. It is sipped at a leisurely pace that invites a growing sense of happiness and camaraderie among friends. Red wine relaxes inhibitions, fosters conversation and stimulates the mind and body with a warm and comforting glow. Speaking of temperature, did someone just say they prefer their red wine chilled? All eyes turn to the culprit as the convivial conversation quickly escalates into a debate, then a riot, as the sacred principle of warm red wine is foolishly challenged.

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Australian Wine Regions

24/08/2019
wine plantation in Australia

The vast Australian continent is home to incredibly diverse climate zones that have resulted in surreal desert landscapes, tropical rainforests and snow capped mountains. Huge expanses of the country are also dedicated to agriculture and farming, which has been the backbone of the Australian economy since foundation of the nation.

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The Ultimate Guide to Spanish Wine

12/09/2021
Vineyards with San Lorenzo mountain near La Rioja in Spain

As the world’s third largest wine producer, Spain is often eclipsed by France or Italy when it comes to winemaking. However, of all wine-producing nations, it has the widest area—nearly five million acres of land—for grape cultivation. Spanish winemakers also produce some of the world’s finest wines, rivalling their French and Italian counterparts.

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The Best Wines Under $20

12/02/2020
type of wine glasses

Wine is often thought of as a drink reserved for the rich and famous, but you don’t have to pay a high price to be able to enjoy a nice glass of Chardonnay or Cabernet Sauvignon. If you’re planning to host a party or if you just want to treat yourself for a job well done, you might want to consider picking a bottle from this Australian wine collection—where each wine costs less than $20.

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A Beginner’s Guide to Drinking French Wine

19/06/2020
Champagne Vineyards at Montagne de Reims in France

France is one of the largest winemaking countries worldwide, producing up to 8 billion bottles of wine per year. Simply put, it plays a fundamental role in the wine industry. The French are quite proud of their wine—and for good reason. Strict policies govern every wine region. All aspects of the production process, from the selection of grape varieties and blending to bottling and labelling, are rigidly regulated.

Let’s delve into the wines of France.

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