Ballistic Beer is celebrating its third birthday with a brewery bash on 8th February with three limited edition Twang Sours, food trucks and live music.
Ballistic Beer Co
Overall a positive step towards craft beer sector growth but Queensland government needs to iron out the details of licence proposals say industry professionals.
This weeks New Beers Wrap features brews from Beerfarm, Bodriggy, Ballistic, Deeds, Green Beacon, Mismatch, Stomping Ground, Bright and Newstead.
We’re launching into summer with a new look for an old favourite at Bridge Road Brewers, a Spiced Holiday Ale from Bright and brews from Ballistic, Modus, Newstead, and Felons.
Queensland owned and operated Ballistic Beer Co. opens their third bar/hospitality operation in Springfield Central, Ipswich on the 23rd of October 2019.
Howard Smith Wharves are adding a free ‘Beers on the Lawn’ event to their ‘Weekends on the Lawn’. Held Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th October from 1 – 8pm.
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.
We’re seeing September off with New Beers from Stone and Wood, 4 Pines, Ballistic, Burleigh, a collab brew between Hemingway’s and Dainton breweries, and more.
Brisbane’s Ballistic Beer Co has signed the lease and is set to start work on its third site, this time in Springfield Central, a developing suburb of Ipswich.
This week we’ve got some interesting fusions, like the tropical ice cream IPA from Moon Dog and Brookvale Union’s Vodka & Peach Iced Tea, as well as brews from Akasha, newly-acquired Green Beacon, Ballistic and Holgate Brewhouse.