The Victorian high country town of Beechworth in north-east Victoria is a historic destination filled with rustic remnants from the region’s checkered past.
Bridge Road Brewers has reached its ninth year of brewing in 2014. To celebrate they have decided to continue their B2 Series into its fourth year.
Get your annual dose oh Ohm Pah Pah Pah when Oktoberfest returns to Beechworth this year at the home of Bridge Road Brewers…
Get your annual dose oh Ohm Pah Pah Pah! Beechworth craft-brewery Bridge Road Brewers is hosting its ninth annual Oktoberfest. Located in the heart of town, this small brewery has a swag of awards to its name, and is ready for this years celebration of beer and music. The event is based around the original… Read more →
Rick Besserdin makes another stop on the High Country beer trail, this time in historic Beechworth, where he stops by Bridge Road Brewery for a beer and a pretzel…
The Oompah has been a little quiet on Brews News of late, but Bridge Road Brewers’ Ben Kraus can be guaranteed to remedy that with his annual Oktoberfest. Details below. Media Release Beechworth craft-brewery Bridge Road Brewers is hosting its seventh annual Oktoberfest. Located in the heart of town, this small brewery has a swag… Read more →
Celebrate the final stage of the Tour de France in Australia’s High Country at Bridge Road Brewery…
Bridge Road Brewers has joined two other local Beechworth businesses to develop the local epicurean trade by purchasing a set of ‘town bikes’ for use by visitors to the town. The brewery joins specialty foodstore the Larder and Pennyweight Wines have set up the first two of what will eventually be four town bikes. The… Read more →
While Oktoberfests abound in Australia, many seem to be headed the way of St Patrick’s Day – providing a thinly veiled excuse to drink with little reference to the underlying festival behind it. Many festivals are billing ‘authentic’ beers of a style that doesn’t even originate in Germany. Against this background Beechworth-based craft brewery Bridge… Read more →
Melbourne has rightly been developing a claim to the title of Australia’s beer capital with the rapid growth of its small-scale brewing industry and beer-focused pubs and bars. But for the visitor or the Melbournite alike, a trek outside of the metropolitan area can be every bit as rewarding. The region, with its concentration of… Read more →