Established in the future.
Yeastie Boys on Facebook - Become a friend today, the simple way. The easiest way to stay up-to-date with Yeastie Boys developments. Where and when the beers are going on tap, what is being said about our beer.
"Yeastie Boys" on Twitter - all of the above, which is automatically updated to twitter, but with the added bonus of more interaction and real-time updates about beer gossip, other NZ brewery news and the odd thing that doesn't even have anything to do with beer! The voice of Stu.
"Yeast D Boy" on Twitter - because even Directive Creators need a voice too. That's Sam, if you didn't know.
Yeastie Boys blog - Press releases, stories, news, views and interviews. A little more context and depth than the Facebook page (but only just). And hardly ever updated.
Yeastie Boys at Ratebeer - The democratic voice of beer lovers. We encourage you to express your thoughts on all of your favourite beers.
The Best of Wellington - The Good Beer Guide, within that 'packet of dynamite' known as The Best of Wellington, says: Keep an eye out for new kids on the block, the Yeastie Boys, who are brewing seasonal beers on a small but delicious scale. Drink it when you find it.
Nomad Backpackers - The [Invercargill] brewery also welcomes a few individuals, known as the "Yeastie Boys", every few months. The "Yeastie Boys" experiment and create a wide range of beers. After sampling 'Golden Boy' I was impressed...
[Note: I ended up meeting Nat and Justin for a few beers in Wellington, resulting in a nice long "lunch" and this short interview]
The Mother's Milk - Despite his dislike of Nelson Sauvin, Kieran Haslett-Moore (beer judge and Imperial Stout supremo, amongst many other things) gives us a thumb up on his beer blog. Kieran presented Yeastie Boys with a bottle of his own "Merchant of the Devil" Imperial Stout at our launch, a most generous and thoughtful idea.
The Dominion Post, Business (06/10/2008) - The Yeastie Boys take over the front page of the business section with this little piece by Nick Churchouse.
Kate Blackhurst's Beervana Review - Kate picks Yeastie Boys' "Pot Kettle Black" in her top three beers (out of the 90-odd available at Beervana). Chcek out the rest of Kate's cool Kop-friendly blog.
The Wellingtonian (18/06/2009) - Yeastie Stu and the fiery red beard making the front page courtesy of Alice Galletly.