A new brewpub opens this weekend at Maleny in Queensland’s Sunshine Coast Hinterland, with Beavertown alumnus Matt Jancauskas overseeing production.
Victoria’s Bright Brewery is celebrating its 10th birthday with the announcement it has secured a site to open a second production brewery on the outskirts of its hometown.
Former Sunshine Coast Brewery head brewer and long time local Matt Vanderveen is living his dream in what was once the first bakery in Pomona, near Noosa.
The newly established Hobart Brewing Company hopes to make packaged product available nationally once it has shored up its local market, according to co-founder Brendan Parnell.
Collingwood’s new Stomping Ground Brewery will be a hospitality venue first and foremost, according to co-founder Steve Jeffares, who says you shouldn’t expect much to change at the associated Local Taphouse venues.
Huon Valley’s Church Hill Brewery is the latest in a spate of new breweries opening in Tasmania.
Perth Royal Beer Show chief judge Sean Symons is poised to open a state-of-the-art brewery in partnership with West Australian publicans, Gastev Group Collective.
Renowned hairdresser John Brennan and son-in-law Ryan Dixon are set to open Stonehouse Brew Cafe in Maroota in Sydney’s northern outskirts.
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’.