Good beer was the winner at the first ever Craft Beer Open, a nine-hole golf championship and beer tasting in Melbourne last week.
A crowd of 650 people turned up to raise funds for Motor Neuron Disease by way of a collaborative beer created by Brewmanity and Balter Brewing.
With alcohol continually copping the blame for many societal problems, all beer industry stakeholders must ensured their beloved beverage is portrayed in the best light possible, writes Pete Mitcham.
With beer as a barometer for our current health and our future wealth, Australia’s future is very bright indeed, argues Pete Mitcham.
Debate each January over what constitutes ’craft beer’ is as much of a certainty as the groundswell of people making ideological decisions about the beers they choose to drink.
Few beer industry personalities can inspire and entertain like Dogfish Head founder Sam Calagione, who visited Australia in recent weeks.
Pete Mitcham discovers that consecutive days of 35+ degree heat focusses ones mind on the refreshing properties of beer, not just IBU counts. Here’s some of his go-to summer beers.
Social media is a rare privilege that may be put to better use than taking cheap shots at beers or breweries you don’t like, suggests Pete Mitcham.
Are self-service beer taps anything more than a novelty? Pete Mitcham heads to Taps Mooloolaba on the Sunshine Coast to find out.
A new cookbook aims to raise funds for a charity called Upside Nepal, set up to create and sustain agricultural enterprise in the country.