We have a great line up this week, from the return of Gage Roads’ Small Batch Lager for its 15th anniversary to a cricket filled collab by BentSpoke as well as some fresh releases from Akasha, Bentspoke, Capital and more.
Co-owners of Dandenong-based Bojak Brewing Sue and Dale Messina shed light on the challenges of becoming known, and dealing with the increasingly limited shelf space at independent bottle shops.
Scottish brewery Brewgooder, which calls itself the ‘clean water’ brewery, has brought in brewers from Australia and across the world to join its ‘Global Gathering’, a collaborative project intended to provide clean water to people in developing countries.
We’ve got a big line-up of new beer releases in time for the weekend from Burnley Brewing, Beerfarm, Modus Operandi, Dainton, Bodriggy and more.
Young Henrys team up with The Dead Love, Newstead Brewing releases the first in their Art Series and Mosaic IPA joins Akasha’s year-round range in this week’s New Beers Wrap.
Three new releases from Bodriggy, a collaboration for Moo Brew a move to keg for a Two Birds favourite as it dabbles in ginger beer, whilst Ballistic drops a haze and Gage Roads launches a limited release in this week’s New Beers.
We have plenty of new brews for you this week, from a Double IPA to a sparkling orange Brut IPA, with beers from Otherside, Akasha, Green Beacon and Colonial, as well as Brewmanity, Dainton and Feral.
Tourism Noosa has announced that Noosa Food and Wine Festival has been renamed Noosa Eat and Drink Festival as a nod to the growing popularity of craft beer and spirits at the event.
Straddie Brewing Company has been given the green light from the council after submitting a development application for what will be the only craft brewery on Queensland’s North Stradbroke Island.
It’s been an overwhelming year for Alice Springs Brewing Co, dealing with growing demand, the Northern Territory’s complex liquor laws, and the challenges of getting resources to one of Australia’s most remote towns.