Shout Brewing has joined Newcastle’s lineup, launched by four friends with homebrewing backgrounds juggling brewing and full time jobs.
Cauldron Brewing has received final council approval for its Hervey Bay site, and owner Martin Potter discusses some of the hurdles in getting the brewery started, including finances, supplier and town planning concerns for new breweries to be aware of.
The state government has invested in a BrewLab for Queensland’s brewers to enable sensory and quality testing as part of its Craft Beer Strategy.
Queensland’s Kenilworth Hotel, located in a town with a population of 550, has expanded its microbrewery as demand from customers soared after 18 months of craft beer.
Mountain Goat applied to the Inner West Council to redevelop a site on King Street in Newtown into a restaurant, bar and microbrewery, and plans for the site were approved this month.
After a two-year search, Philter Brewing, a former gypsy brewing outfit, is setting down roots in the Sydney Inner West suburb of Marrickville.
Sanctus Brewing Company is expanding distribution interstate just a month after opening its doors in the Clarence Valley in northern NSW.
Melbourne’s Hop Nation is looking to launch a brewery and taproom on a site close to its current home in the suburb of Footscray.
Mick Piera will launch Crank Handle Brewery this weekend in the Victorian High Country town of Tawonga, after an arduous development and brewery installation process.
‘Sustainability’ is an enigmatic concept, even more so in a resource-intensive industry like brewing, but it’s a challenge that the Sunshine Coast’s latest brewery, Terella Brewing Co, is taking up wholeheartedly.