Forest of the Trees’ brewer, Brad Rogers, told Beer is a Conversation that his recent barrel-aged Red Ale was one of the most challenging beers he has brewed in his career.
Stone & Wood co-founder Brad Rogers told Beer is a Conversation that internal collaboration has been essential in keeping the brewery’s beers relevant in such a dynamic industry.
This week we catch up with Beth Brash from the Wellington Culinary Culinary Trust to find out all about Beervana 2016. We also chat with Peter Willis from Hawthorn Brewing, which has just signed an export deal to send beer to China. Finally, in our first Ten Minutes With, one of our Patrons gets to ask his own questions of Stone & Wood’s Brad Rogers.
This week we chat brewery expansion, Galaxy hop shortages and stone beers with Brad Rogers, and then dissect Stone & Wood’s new Beers of the Earth range…
Brad Rogers has resigned from his positions as Chair and Director of the CBIA…
The 2013 Australian International Beer Awards has announced a record 1,480 entries for 2013.
Entries opening soon for 2013 Australian International Beer Awards Entries to the 2013 Australian International Beer Awards (AIBA) will open on Monday, 7 January 2013. Now in its 21st year, the AIBA is presented by the Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria (RASV) and will combine its prestigious heritage with the introduction of changes in 2013…. Read more →
This week we catch up with Brad Rogers, co-owner and head brewer at Stone & Wood, Chair of the Craft Beer Industry Association and recently named Chief Judge of the Australian International Beer Awards.
Brad Rogers has been named new Chief Judge for the Australian International Beer Awards
Not sure what to drink with your Christmas dinner this year? Stone & Wood’s Brad Rogers shares his beery plans…