This week on the podcast the team discuss jacaranda yeast, the latest judgement from ABAC as well as how breweries in tourism hot spots will return to normal.
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- Breweries in tourist hotspots face slow return to ‘normal’
- Pirate Life “probiotic” complaint dismissed by ABAC
- Jacaranda yeast served up in Newstead’s latest brew
- BrewCon 2020 rescheduled and rehomed
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