"In the wild, goats live in herds of up to 500 individuals; males are solitary. During the rut old males drive younger males from the maternal herds. In habitats not adapted to their presence they can cause serious environmental problems."
Mountain goat is back at Platinum Liquor and for the first time in a while, we are happy.
Dave and Cam (of which both men I have never actually met) are genesis in terms of Australian craft brewing, they started at year 0AD.
They were making robust Amber Ale, when most of you were mastering the art of Milo or Nesquik (Me? Nesquik. Always had a sweet tooth)
Gold Bless them. For once I might actually be compelled to say anything remotely vitriolic.
-Hightail Ale (hopefully the amber ale to finally drive James Squire out of the store. suck it up, Chuck)
-Steam Ale (the kind of easy going tasty brew everybody should like. From poor man, peasant to hipster to aristocrat)
The even better news is that we know have dibs on all of the one off special brews that Mountain Goat pride themselves on.
Yes, currently we have the 'Gypsy and the Goat' Black Pepper berry IPA Collab with Mikkeller.
Like I stated in the last post, Mikkel is a total collaboration brew slut.
ok , so that's the whole vitriolic part.
- Platinum Liquor
- Toni and Adam Bellamy are 4th generation independent liquor merchants. Their family has been providing the public with quality wines and ales almost since the dawn of time. Purveyors of the most commodified of liquor products to the specialisations of each brother. Toni, wine. Adam, Beer. A family owned business, you can regularly find Toni or Adam providing the knowledgeable service that is often considered dying in the digital age, pontificating, being charming, displaying their strong opinions about the Wine/Beer industry and occasionally working hard. If there is a product that you are distinctly looking for, if they don’t already carry it in stock. They will try their damned near hardest to track it down and get it in for you. There are two Platinum Liquor stores in metropolitan Sydney, and can find both are within walking distance of typically horrid NSW public trains. You can find them at: 25a Bellevue Rd, Bellevue Hill 2023. 02 9389 3875. & 169 Concord Rd, North Strathfield 2137. 02 9743 1572. Or you can send us one of those new electronic mail things on: firstname.lastname@example.org