Brendan Varis and Richard Watkins will come together in Canberra to brew the AIBA 2013 Collaborator.
Brendan Varis and Feral Brewing have had a surprise win as at Champion Beer at the Hong Kong International Beer Awards.
In a global marketplace, it’s very rare for two competing companies to reach accord on a massive joint investment: not a merger, but a business arrangement where the costs and benefits are shared but the two brand identities remain distinct and separate. This is the arrangement undertaken recently in Western Australia by Feral Brewing and… Read more →
Sour beers. The last bastion of the beer geek. Funky, trashy, acidic, dry and refreshing. Some taste like vinegar, others like old rubbish (in a good way). For those unfamiliar, sour beers (or wild ales) are beers traditionally spontaneously fermented by wild yeast. Without going too much into it, wild yeast can be a sour… Read more →
Ok, the good news is that two of this country’s finest brewing minds have teamed up to craft a celebratory beer to mark the Australian International Beer Awards 20th anniversary. The bad news is it is going to be harder to find than flavour in a clear glass bottle. Over the last twenty years the… Read more →
This week on Radio Brews News we speak with one of the organisers behind the Ballarat Beer Festival, as well as our long awaited interview with Brendan Varis from Feral Brewing.
Pete Mitcham casts his mind back to the days when a brewery could produce two or maybe three identical lagers and call it a ‘range’ as he works his way through the twenty different beers from WA’s Feral Brewing at the recent Tap Takeover…
The countdown of the Critics’ Choice top 12 has been generating quite a bit of chatter online with all sorts of debate about the list. But if there has been one beer name that has risen above the general din of discussion as being a beer that punters demand to be in any credible list,… Read more →