James Davidson meets with the team at Thunder Road Brewing and finds that they’re in search of the promised land of perfect beer…
Cascade Brewery is set to launch a free iPhone application called the Brewer’s Nose this month, featuring more than 500 Australian and international brews. Although it is written about in today’s The Australian, the application is not yet available for download through Apple’s iTunes. The application has been submitted to Apple but is currently subject… Read more →
On the 30th anniversary of its first brewing, Pete Mitcham makes a strong case that Sierra Nevada Pale Ale is Australia’s most influential beer.
Did you you that the people who made many of the highly sought after beers on bottleshop shelves don’t actually want you drinking them? Australian Brews News says listen to them – don’t buy grey market imports.
When homebrewing is mentioned most people probably think of a bunch of fat old guys with beards getting pissed amongst exploding bottles. However, there is much more to a homebrewing conference than your old uncle and his exploding bottles, as Aaron Caruana discovers…
Australian beer historian Dr Brett Stubbs keeps track of the comings and going of the Australian small brewery scene…
Beer company Endeavour Beverages has recently launched two new beers, Reserve Pale Ale and Reserve Amber Ale. Both are well-balanced and flavoursome brews, but will they age well?
Western Australian microbrewery, Nail Brewing, has created a unique batch of its award-winning Nail Ale using water from an Antarctic iceberg. The beer has been brewed to raise money for the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, which assisted to harvest the ice for the brew. While pursuing its mission of saving whales, the crew of the… Read more →
Cascade Brewery has today launched a new campaign as well as released the new-look packaging for its Cascade craft and premium range of beers.
The beer choice was appropriately Mountain Goat when Chris Badenoch launched his book about cooking the entire beast last night….