Little Sister Student Night

Last night the Lexis Noosa students enjoyed dinner at a newly open restaurant in the Noosa Junction called Little Sister for their student night.

Little Sister arranged a special meal deal just for the Lexis Noosa students to enjoy on the night! Cheeseburgers, chips and a beer or a mango daiquiri……..  Delicious! What more could you ask for!

Thank you so much for a wonderful student night and I can’t wait to see you all on the next one!

Beer-tastic Afternoon!

What a beautiful way to end the week than with a cold beer! And that’s exactly what the Lexis Noosa students did for their afternoon activity, Beer Tasting.

 

BEER 1: STONE AND WOOD

Stone & Wood from Byron Bay have burst onto the craft beer scene with some fantastic hand crafted beers including this Pacific Ale which is jam packed full of fresh tropical fruit aromas and flavours. The quintesential summer sessional beer, it has crowd pleaser written all over it.

BEER 2: WHITE RABBIT DARK ALE

Brewed out of the old ‘Little Creatures’ Brewery that was carted across the country from Fremantle (WA), this great dark ale has a great intensity with sweet tones. Medium hops with caramel and toffee notes that lingers for considerable time.

BEER 3: JAMES SQUIRE ONE FIFTY LASHES PALE ALE

James Squire One Fifty Lashes Pale Ale is a crisp finishing, Australian style cloudy Pale Ale with malted wheat for refreshing character and a concoction of hops which create fruity aromas of passionfruit, grapefruit and citrus. (Brewed in inner-city Sydney)

BEER 4: CRICKERTERS ARMS LAGER

This easy drinking Cricketers Arms lager was specially crafted to honour friendships and celebrate achievements paying homage to a time where telling stories, cheers and post-match banter was an important tradition. Keepers Lager is crafted using sun-dried malt and infused with citrus Amarillo hops. (Brewed in Laverton, Melbourne)

BEER 5: COOPERS EXTRA STOUT

Coopers Extra Stout is a beacon for lovers of a hearty brew. With its robust flavour comprising a blend of fruit, chocolate and hop bitter notes it’s everything a stout should be. Brewed naturally using a top fermentation method, this beer’s unique rich, dark texture comes from specially roasted black malt. (South Australia)

Hope you enjoyed your afternoon activity have a wonderful weekend and see you all back at school on Monday!