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Ballistic Beer Co
Ballistic Beer is recalling its Twang Brambleberry sour beer cans due to refermentation issues.
Ahead of Indie Beer Day, Wellers Hill Bowls Club in the Brisbane suburb of Tarragindi is transforming itself into a bastion of independent beer.
Bad Shepherd have teamed up with 12 IBA-certified breweries for its Roaming Ram Mixed Pack, bringing beers from across Australia together.
This week we see new beers from Balter, Brick Lane, Nail, White Bay, Aether and many others, as well as a special collaborative beer for charity.
Archer Brewing has organised a collaboration beer for a mental health charity with twenty-two Brisbane breweries and seven local companies including Sea Legs, Revel, Newstead, Helios, Ballistic, All Inn, Catchment, Aether and Cryer Malt all offering services.
Ballistic Beer Co relaunch its core range with refreshed packaging, tweaked recipes and new prices following customer feedback.
Ballistic cuts production costs and brings in local ingredients for Brewunity, an affordable Australian pale ale to help support the brewery and customers during the COVID-19 crisis.
This week we have new releases from Modus Operandi, Colonial, Wayward, All Inn, Otherside, Cheeky Monkey and Brick Lane along with popular re-releases from Capital and Ballistic.
As part of its strategy to combat the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, Brisbane’s Ballistic Beer Co has closed its West End site and has turned its Salisbury venue into a drive-thru.