Two WA breweries are launching this month, as Shelter Brewing Co. nears the final stages of their development and Bailey Brewing Co. throws open its doors to the public.
Gage Roads is opening the doors of its Atomic Beer Project venue in the Sydney suburb of Redfern this week as part of its ongoing venue strategy.
Bodriggy Brewing Co. opened its Abbotsford venue 12 months ago, and it’s been a rollercoaster of a year, but COVID-19 hasn’t stopped the Melbourne brewers from planning ahead.
Philter Brewing is on the verge of its long-awaited opening in Marrickville, but setting up a brewery during COVID-19 hasn’t been a walk in the park according to brewer Sam Fuss.
Stalwart Brewing Company is opening a venue in the Sunshine Coast town of Nambour after the council introduced a special entertainment zone.
Resin Brewing, founded by two environmental consultants looking for a change of pace, is set to be launched very soon in Bulli, NSW.
Bailey Brewing Co is set to launch this year in the Swan Valley, the brainchild of the Bailey family who want to open a family-focused venue in the area.
Flat Lizard Brewing has lodged a planning application for a brewery and taproom based in the northern suburb of Stafford that will feature a ‘lucky’ brewery previously used by Young Henrys and Grifter.
Flamin Galah Brewing Co has announced plans for a brewpub, in the New South Wales town of Huskisson, estimated to open in late 2020.
Two mental health professionals have taken up a very different calling, and are on track to set up Easy Times Brewing Co in Brisbane this year.