Sunday Reading: The Magazine

Sunday April 20, 2014

Don't take the title as arrogant, there's an invisible question mark after the The Magazine. It's not a grand reinvention of publishing, but an inquisitive step into its future.

One of the creamiest cool-weather porters we've had in a while comes from a former steel warehouse in the Sunshine State.

Last year's TEDx Sydney produced some of the most-watched talks in TED land. Here are some to look out for this year.

Beer hybrids continue to multiply like labradoodles on heat, but the mash-ups are sometimes more novel than flavoursome. Not so with The Rule of Three.
 

Thirsty Thursday: Kaiju Beer

Thursday April 03, 2014

They had to stop doing the Monster Mash, but Kaiju's inaugural beer is still a hop-charred smash...

Cup O’ Joe: Campos

Tuesday April 01, 2014

When asked what makes the best coffee, Will Young, the founder of Campos Coffee, turns to Twin Peaks...

Each year in early autumn, hundreds of people hit the hop fields at Bushy Park in Tasmania for an annual harvest - and a brewing experiment. 

Camp Stories

Tuesday March 25, 2014

Refugee camps aren’t all food queues and barbed-wire fences. As this project from FilmAid shows, they’re mini-cities with a vibrant camp life of markets, sports events and cafes. 

If there's one doctor you want a heavy prescription from, it's this one.

Malfroy's Gold

Tuesday March 18, 2014

Tim Malfroy of Malfroy's Gold honey is changing the way bees are kept, one design tweak at a time. 

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