The New South Wales town of Dubbo will welcome its first brewery when Devil’s Elbow opens to the public on the first of July.
The New South Wales country town of Bucketty, on the Hunter Valley’s southern border, is soon to get its own brewery.
Craft breweries are increasingly becoming saviours to old buildings with the Blue Mountains the latest to host an adaptive reuse project.
After a series of frustrating delays, Melbourne’s Deeds Brewing can now see light at the end of the tunnel.
Gaining council approval for a brewery can prove immeasurably challenging but for two brewery owners on the New South Wales south coast, it’s been a cinch.
After months surveying the city and scrutinising maps, Mark Smith was confident he had found the perfect location for his new Perth microbrewery.
Sydney’s inner west recently welcomed a new craft beer brand. Inspired by neither NEIPA nor brut IPA, Nine Fingers Brew was born of a love for darker-style beers.
A brewing partnership formed at Boatrocker has led to Melbourne’s newest farmhouse-inspired, mixed-fermentation and barrel-ageing brewery and taproom.
The Victorian high country town of Beechworth in north-east Victoria is a historic destination filled with rustic remnants from the region’s checkered past.
Steve Laughlin didn’t exactly fall into his new brewing venture, but a fall did lead to the opening of Albatross Brewing Co.