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
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.
The Beermuda Triangle experience will see three breweries come together with over thirty beers, along with food and entertainment on March 14th, 2020.
Balter’s Dimples has been released, as well new beers from Braeside, Young Henrys, Balter, Ballistic, Bad Shepherd and Holgate on this week’s wrap.
Revel has launched an IPA brewed with desalinated water, while Ballistic, Two Bays, Bright and Prancing Pony join the action for this week’s New Beers Wrap, and BentSpoke brews a mystery beer for International Women’s Day.
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.
Overall a positive step towards craft beer sector growth but Queensland government needs to iron out the details of licence proposals say industry professionals.