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….
Victoria’s brewers will soon join their wine making colleagues by being able to promote and sell their produce at an unlimited number of farmers’ markets, shows and festivals to promote their wines and beers without having to obtain a temporary licence. In a move that will cut some of the red tape associated with selling… Read more →
They are little heard of on these shores, but pumpkin beers released in time for Halloween are big business in the US with many of the countries 1600-odd breweries releasing one of these seasonal brews. Murray’s Craft Brewery is one of the first local brewers to dabble with the style and this weekend will release… Read more →
The latest batch brew from Little Creatures will be a celebration of southern hemisphere hops and has been described by the brewery as an ‘Australian’ IPA. The upcoming draught-only IPA follows on from last year’s “Stimulus IPA”, which was made using 100 per cent US Cascade hops and will will feature a blend of Australian… Read more →
Aaron Caruana visits Harts Pub on a cold Sunday afternoon and finds it the perfect weather for a pint…
There is a vast difference between ‘beer’ and the ‘business of beer’. Almost all mainstream media coverage of beer actually relates to the business or marketing of it rather than what’s in the bottle. That’s because mainstream beer is a multi-billion dollar industry and the craft industry – the part of the industry that actually… Read more →
Pete Mitcham explores a bar that demonstrates that high tech wizardry only matters when it is backed up by people that really know beer…
James Davidson takes a look at The Beer Frontier, a new beer show running on Melbourne’s community television station, C31.