Following the growing popularity of the emerging Brut IPA style, eight Victorian High Country brewers will brew a Prosecco-style IPA.
Black Dog Brewery
High Country, Victoria brewer Black Dog reports an uptick in demand for its beers after they were converted from bottles into cans.
A recent tour of Victoria’s High Country Brewery Trail confirmed there is plenty to like about time spent sampling beers and other local produce in beautiful alpine surrounds.
Just in time for Ride2Work day, the brewers of Victoria’s High Country have released a new edition of Rule 47, showcasing the region’s flavour and their love of rewarding a day’s riding with a good beer…
Victoria’s High Country brewers have teamed up with the North East Victoria Tourism Board to create a pocket guidebook for those wanting to visit the high country. The brewers involved are Black Dog, Bridge Road, Bright, and Sweetwater. The guidebook has a brief rundown of each brewer, as well as brewery details, location, and opening… Read more →
Historian Dr Brett Stubbs reviews the state of the small brewing industry for March, featuring a look back at industry developments in 2011.
New South Wales After operating a small (250-litre) pilot brewery at Rydalmere since mid-year, Riverside Brewing Company have recently moved to larger premises at North Parramatta. The company has also installed a larger 2,000-litre brewery, obtained from Mountain Goat in Melbourne, who have themselves recently up-sized (see below). Riverside will officially launch its products this… Read more →
Driving along about five kilometres of dirt road through the township of Taminick, we come to a sign that reads Booth’s Taminick Cellars. It is here that we will find Victoria’s latest brewery, Black Dog. It is the creation of fourth generation winemaker, James Booth. We park near a beautiful old stone building that has… Read more →