This week we have an interesting chat with Bucket Boy Johanthan Hepner. Jonathan raises a number of questions about beer geeks who are skirting around specialist retailers in their search for the latest and rarest beers.
Pete and Matt are back from their road trip and get stuck into the beer news of the week including: Why smaller is better as craft beer booms and experts advise brewers on product recall liability.
Matt and Pete bring you the top beer news stories of the week including: pasteurisation and why ABAC is so concerned about social media.
This Brews News Week, Pete and Matt discuss the definition of craft beer, Brad Rogers’ new brand Forest for the Trees, and Endeavour Brewing’s new crowdfunding campaign.
This week on Beer is a Conversation, Matt chats to Larry Meagher, from ,Amoretti to discuss flavourings used in brewing.
This week on Radio Brews News Pete, Matt and James are live from Byron Bay after a trip to Stone & Wood. They discuss Stone & Wood’s trademark appeal, another brewer who has trademarked the colour of beer and the Queensland Government’s plan for craft beer.
But what is craft beer? Yeah, yeah, I know, I know, we’ve discussed this. It has been written about in this very corner of the interwebs and picked apart specifically on the second episode of Radio Brews News. In addition, it has been argued about over pots in Melbourne pubs, it has been sliced up… Read more →
The Campaign for Real Ale – better known these days as CAMRA – is one of the world’s most active and successful consumer advocacy groups. Graham Reeks looks at the beer lovers who started it all…
Name:John Stallwood Title: Owner/brewer Nail Brewing (WA) Annual output: >30,000L Web: www.nailbrewing.com This is a good question and a hard one. I don’t have the answer and I’m not sure if there is an all-encompassing one, but this is my thinking. The difference between big and small breweries needs to be explained to untangle… Read more →