James Davidson reviews the 2013 Great Australasian Beer SpecTAPular, finding it at the forefront of Australia’s calendar of beer festivals due to the atmosphere GABS generates and its focus of beer creativity and diversity.
Media Release Collaboration seems to be key for brewers creating new release brews for this year’s Great Australasian Beer SpecTAPular (GABS) in Melbourne in May. The largest craft beer event of its kind, GABS is expected to attract more than 10,000 people to the Royal Exhibition Building this year – with brewers from across Australasia,… Read more →
James Davidson headed along to the Great Australian Beer Festival in Geelong recently to check out Victoria’s latest beer celebration…
Attention beer lovers bound for the inaugural Great Australian Beer Festival in Geelong next weekend – the party starts on Friday night and will continue after the festival gates are closed. The Odyssey Tavern and Brewery, on the outskirts of Geelong, has been announced as the official party venue for the cast, crew and attendees… Read more →
Celebrate your passion for liquid gold – Ballarat’s hottest summer festival is back! Last year’s inaugural Ballarat Beer Festival was a sell out and the talk of the town following the event’s successful debut. Be at Ballarat’s City Oval on 19 January 2013 to discover the perfect blend of boutique beer, gourmet food and world-class… Read more →
Geelong is gathering together the final pieces in preparation for hosting its first summer beer festival. GABF Geelong aims to help raise the profile of local beer amongst a regional population that is mostly yet to embrace craft beer.
The Beer Lovers Guide invites you to celebrate Australia Day 2013 in Brisbane with green, gold…and amber. Fluid Festival will feature over 70 Australian beers and cider to sample, along with great food and live music.
Beer festival season is alive and kicking, promising a summer of fun in the sun surrounded by brews from bocks to black IPAs. Beers By The Bay joined the festival calendar last month by bringing together Victoria’s craft brewers for a Sunday on the Mornington Peninsula. A smaller than predicted crowd gathered at Mornington Racecourse… Read more →
The official attendance figures may prove me wrong, but I had the feeling that there was somewhat less hustle and bustle at this year’s two-day Australian Beer Festival than in former years. The event came at the very end of the newly-instituted Sydney Craft Beer Week, with its sixty-or-so beer-related events spread over nine days,… Read more →
Australia’s finest craft breweries will converge on the tiny town of Thirlmere on August 25 for the inaugural Trainworks Winter Beer Festival