Bottleshop chain BWS has announced a host of breweries among the winners of its Local Luvva campaign, which it launched to source and range more local brands in stores.
Last week Akasha announced a major rebrand. In this podcast we catch up with co-founder Dave Padden to discuss what goes into a big rebrand and the thinking behind it…as well as whether the haze craze has gone too far.
Akasha, Grifter and Lost Palms release collaboration beers, Deeds brews its first DNEIPA while Bright, Braeside, Holgate Brewhouse and Black Brewery launch new beers in this week’s wrap.
Balter team up with Garage Project for a collaboration, whilst Ballistic, Jetty Road, and Akasha release Aussie IPA’s and Moon Dog and Beerfarm drop a couple of sours.
The Royal Hotel Leichhardt transforms into a beer lover’s playground for the third year to host Inner West Beer Fest this November 16 – 17th.
In this special edition of Beer is a Conversation, we have a chat with Akasha’s Dave Padden and look at his approach to brewing, his love of hops, the rapidly evolving beer scene and whether he will ever brew a milkshake IPA.
Join Matt Kirkegaard (Australian Brews News & BeerMatt) in conversation with Akasha’s Dave Padden for the first ever Live from My Beer Dealer.
This week we’ve got a couple of collaborations, including the Citrus Haze IPA from Barcelona’s Garage Beer and Sydney’s Sauce Brewing Co, and a brew from Hop Nation and Akasha, as well as new beers from Feral, Balter and Bright.
This weeks New Beers Wrap includes brews from Fixation, Otherside, Modus Operandi, Akasha, Beerfarm, Capital, Sauce, Bright, Burnley and more.
Akasha Brewing Company has announced a change in ownership structure, with a number of new shareholders coming on board to replace co-founder Wesley White.