Details of the latest beer and alcohol beverage releases from Australian and New Zealand breweries announced in November 2020.
As some brewers ease out of lockdown restrictions and adapt to the ‘new normal’, others like Brewmanity in COVID-19 hotspots are doubling down armed with valuable learnings from the first shutdown.
We have plenty of new brews for you this week, from a Double IPA to a sparkling orange Brut IPA, with beers from Otherside, Akasha, Green Beacon and Colonial, as well as Brewmanity, Dainton and Feral.
This week on New Beers Wrap we have an array of new beers to try, from a Russian Imperial Stout to a brewery-made Shiraz and an AFL-inspired beer.
Brewmanity Beer Co has forged a partnership with an AFL team and is launching its Demon Brew to support Melbourne Football Club.
Good beer was at the fore when thousands of footy fans gathered to support former Melbourne Demons coach Neale Daniher in his fight against Motor Neurone Disease.
A crowd of 650 people turned up to raise funds for Motor Neuron Disease by way of a collaborative beer created by Brewmanity and Balter Brewing.
After their unplanned hiatus, Pete and Matt are back, this week chatting with the guys behind beer-powered fundraiser Brewmanity and also the team at Sydney’s Batch Brewing.
Former Melbourne AFL footballer David Neitz has joined with the beer community in launching Brewmanity, an entity that will brew quality beers to draw attention to charitable causes.