Victoria’s Kaiju Beer and Exit Brewing will continue the recent trend of small breweries pooling their resources to open a production facility.
WA’s Colonial Brewing Company is to take over the Port Melbourne premises formerly occupied by Matilda Bay.
Sydney’s Wayward Brewing is poised to open the doors to its new 150-capacity tasting room sometime late in August.
Bathurst in NSW will soon have its first new brewery in many years with the establishment of Two Heads Brewing.
Five Barrel Brewing, a new Wollongong venture from father-and-son duo Mike and Phillip O’Shea, is slated to open soon.
Blackwater Trading Co in Caloundra on the Sunshine Coast will soon be brewing its own beers on site.
Mandurah will soon have its first microbrewery, while a mysterious group is in the process of establishing a new brewery in Perth.
Sydney brewer Young Henrys has postponed its plan to put down roots in Adelaide, while Mismatch is working towards its new brewery.
Two new breweries are set to open later this year on the edge of Tasmania’s Coal River River Valley region.
Victorian beer enthusiasts can expect to see new breweries in Cheltenham, Truganina, Mansfield, Rutherglen, Ballarat and Sale during the remainder of 2015.