New Page : Things to do (and beers to try) in South Africa

Posted on June 6, 2011

I have added a new page to the blog, Things to do (and beers to try).

From time to time (and not enough) I have posted about cool things to see and do, from riding Segway at Spier to driving the awesome Blokarts on the beach. So last night I added the page to start. Hopefully in time it acts as a useful resource to those looking for cool stuff to do, and as a reminder to me of the things I have done and wish to do. Got cool stuff to do, share it. Have a different view on something written, share that too.

Onto Beer

Over the years whenever I have been in the UK I have really enjoyed their beer.  Not the bottled stuff available in the franchised bars, but the hand pumped “Real Ale” in the privately owned public house – Bitter beer. Thank’s to my mate Steve for the introduction.

The closest I have come to finding it in South Africa is “Kilkenny” available at most pubs that serve Guinness. It is a poor second cousin to some of the better English bitters but I still drink and enjoy it. I even had the privilege of drinking the “real” Kilkenny at a pub near the brewery in Ireland.

So now let us begin the quest to document “real” beer in South Africa. To visit, taste and enjoy as many of these local beers from the small guys as we can.

The page is always on the menu at the top of the page, so click through there, or here : Things to do (and beers to try)


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Categories: Beer, Cape Town, Durban, Fun things to do, Johannesburg

2 Responses

  1. Umoya Cottages:

    When visiting Port Elizabeth, make sure to stop over for a great night’s rest at Umoya Cottages! The owners are mad adventurers, for example, they have travelled from South Africa to Egypt on a tiny 150cc motorcycle – two up – for their honeymoon 🙂

    Umoya Cottages offers modern self catering accommodation in Port Elizabeth. With full DSTV, private braai area fully equipped kitchen, you will be guaranteed a relaxed and comfortable stay at the best self catering accommodation in Port Elizabeth | Newton Park.

    84 5th Avenue, Newton Park, Port Elizabeth, 6055, South Africa.

    +27 84 086 6917

    04.06.2015 10:55 Reply

  2. Steve:

    Mmmm… beer

    06.07.2011 00:52 Reply

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