This week, preorders for Brick Lane’s All Together Beer are on, whilst Modus, Wayward, Aether, Wolf of the Willows, Deeds and Bodriggy launch sours, porters, double and triple IPAs and more.
In this week’s New Beers Wrap, Braeside Brewing gets its range in cans, Aether sees the return of peanut butter stout, Two Birds brews a beer inspired by the 2020 hop harvest, Sea Legs launches a Saison and Akasha’s Sabro IPA is released.
This week we’ve got a hard seltzer from Lost Palms, a new hazy from Modus Operandi, new tins for Wolf of the Willows’ fan favourite, and a bit of a mouthful from Revel Brewing Co with its Ella Hazy DDH SHIPA.
The Sheds at Brendale is seeking a family friendly, craft micro brewery or distillery to complement its growing list of like-minded tenants.
Expressions of interest are being sought to collaborate with expatriate investors residing in the UAE to establish a craft brewery – Anciv Brewing Co – in Australia.
Situated in the Victorian Alps, Blizzard Brewing’s taproom and brewhouse is still on the market, including its 11hL Premier Stainless Systems three-vessel brewkit.
Dainton Brewery launches two re-blended beers from untapped kegs, and we also have new beer releases from Capital, Aether, Barossa Valley Brewing, Holgate Brewhouse, Willie the Boatman and Bridge Road Brewers.
Despite everything, Australia’s breweries are still churning out the new brews, with releases from Akasha, Wayward, Brick Lane, Braeside, Bodriggy and Black Brewing Co.
Premier have two stainless brewhouses for sale, one a 15BBL/1800 L Direct Fire 3 Vessel, the other a 30 BBL/3500 L Steam 2 Vessel Brewhouse.
As breweries grow and standards of hygiene rise, drainage has never been more important. Will Quinn of manufacturer Blücher discusses sustainability, hygiene and the false economy of plastic when it comes to drainage systems.