There’s a veritable avalanche of new breweries opening in Victoria’s High Country region, an area of some expanse that is bordered by the Murray River, the Victorian Alps and river valleys to the south.
Young Henrys co-founder Ian Atkins has signed a deal linking up his Margaret River brewery, The Beer Farm, with a leading WA events company to create a new beer and cider brand, ‘Otherside’.
A new brewery located near Esperance, Western Australia has created a beer with a grain bill composed mostly of raw barley.
A father and son duo are the founders of Fury & Son Brewing Company, a brewery and restaurant coming soon to Melbourne’s western suburbs.
A new brewery will occupy the Ballarat, Victoria premises vacated by O’Brien Beer producer Rebellion Brewing at the end of 2014.
Blizzard Brewing Company will be the country’s highest altitude brewery when it launches in the Victorian Alps early next year, according to its founder.
Sydney brewer Steve Drissell is finally set to open the doors to his Glebe brewpub, Staves Brewery, on October 23.
Karl Veiss, a ski instructor in the NSW Snowy Mountains, has decided to take his homebrewing passion to the next level.
Construction has begun on a new microbrewery, bar and restaurant that is slated to open in Port Douglas, Queensland in May 2016.
It might be backed by some of the world’s top surfers but there’s nothing gimmicky about Balter Brewing, promises head brewer Scott Hargrave.