As Gage Roads Brewing Co prepares to celebrate its 15th birthday, the City of Sydney Council has given it the green light for its first east coast venue the Atomic Beer Project.
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Three new releases from Bodriggy, a collaboration for Moo Brew a move to keg for a Two Birds favourite as it dabbles in ginger beer, whilst Ballistic drops a haze and Gage Roads launches a limited release in this week’s New Beers.
This week’s New Beers Wrap features brews from Two Birds, Lost Palms, Glass House, Bridge Road, Sea Legs, La Sirene, Willie Smith’s, Gage Roads, and a collab between Ballistic and Bintani.
Poised to launch in Sydney after a year of operational investment, Gage Roads has reported revenues up 20%, but investors are still undervaluing the brewer say analysts.
A 2019 record has been set for the most beer supplied across a weekend at Optus Stadium, after Gage Roads was signed up as a partner last year.
Gage Roads alumnus Nick Ivey is set to become the head brewer at the company’s experimental Sydney brewpub under its Atomic Beer brand – marking the WA brewer’s first foray into east coast venues.
This week on Beer is a Conversation we visit Gage Roads Brewing and meet co-founder John Hoedemaker and Chief Strategy Officer Aaron Heary. Gage Roads has been brewing for 15 years and it is a unique brewery in the Australia landscape and we look at its long journey “Back to Craft”
After blind taste tests and 700 entries, Australia’s best beers and breweries have been celebrated at the Royal Perth Beer Awards.
Small and mid cap investors Spheria Asset Management have raised their stake in Western Australian listed brewery Gage Roads
For the first time, an independent brewer has been awarded Western Australia’s Best Beer Supplier at the Australian Hotels Association (WA) awards.