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Thursday, January 29, 2009

Monteith's Summer Ale

With temperatures reaching even up to 44.3 C in Melbourne, some inevitable results come to play - 200 train service cancellations from Connex, a total fire ban, and a sampling of Monteith's Summer Ale.

Refreshingly light, this spiced ale is made of 4 different malts and rata honey. It is a limited release especially made for summer, and at 5% alcohol stands a notch lower compared to its winter equivalent. Incidentally, it was paired with a nice cold seafood salad of iceberg lettuce, shrimps, crab sticks, tomatoes, spring onions and cucumber with a mustard-olive oil-lemon juice dressing... good enough to beat the summer heat!

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