November 13, 2014 by 250 Beers
Last month I published a blog post about how I became a lucky fecker for the fifth time – having been involved in brewing commercial beer number five.
It’s a beer that a bunch of mates brewed at Newstead Brewing Co. to raise awareness of prostate cancer and other male cancers – for Movember.
Yep, we brewed a beer called MO. It’s a 6.3% India Pale Lager heavilly hopped with MOtueka and MOsaic hop varieties that is tasting absolutely delicious (totally unbiased opinion of course). Here’s a geeky sneak peek: Thanks to fellow budding brewer, Luke Shield, we now have a tap decal too:
MO will feature on taps throughout Brisbane during mid-late November with a very special karma keg of it hitting a tap at Woolly MamMOth on Wednesday 26th November which we are all very excited about.
Mark, Luke and I along with the five other members of ‘Newstead Brewing Mo’ would love for you to join us from 6pm onwards on the 26th. We want to see the keg earn some serious MOney for charity. If you can’t make it, please consider donating to the cause by visiting our official donations page here.
All eight of us are growing (or attempting to grow) a hairy upper lip for Movember. Now, this is where you will immediately feel sorry for me which will lead you to click on this link and make a donation. I’m not a hairy person. I have maybe ten wayward hairs on my chest. It would take at least five years for me to grow anything that would even resemble a beard and even then it would disappear completely in a gentle breeze. This is why I’ve nick-named my moustache growing attempt The Slow-MO.
12 days into Movember and this is what my own personal mo looks like…
You feel sorry for me walking around looking like this right? Of course you do. Significantly, I start a brand new job on Monday. I need to settle into a new role with new colleagues in new surroundings looking like a complete knob ‘ead!!
Please help us by digging deep and donating!
See you on the 26th!
Woolly Mammoth is located at 633 Ann Street, Fortitude Valley.