These Doctor's Orders Go Down Easy

Next time you’re Down Under, make sure you try the local Doctors Orders. . . Australian beer, that is.  Doctor’s Orders Brewing dubs their various brews “prescriptions,” and offers several dozen of them. “Vaccine,” for instance, is a 100 percent wheat beer that uses six different kinds of wheat plus wheat malts to produce a beer that looks and smells like a Porter. “Transfusion” is a traditional German unfiltered and fermented sour ale with a vegetable twist. “Intravenous” is a Belgian Black IPA partially aged in Scottish Whiskey barrels. You get the idea. The company hopes their brews will be available in the U.S. some time soon.

Next time you’re Down Under, make sure you try the local Doctors Orders. . . Australian beer, that is.  Doctor’s Orders Brewing dubs their various brews “prescriptions,” and offers several dozen of them. “Vaccine,” for instance, is a 100 percent wheat beer that uses six different kinds of wheat plus wheat malts to produce a beer that looks and smells like a Porter. “Transfusion” is a traditional German unfiltered and fermented sour ale with a vegetable twist. “Intravenous” is a Belgian Black IPA partially aged in Scottish Whiskey barrels. You get the idea. The company hopes their brews will be available in the U.S. some time soon.