Gage Roads is opening the doors of its Atomic Beer Project venue in the Sydney suburb of Redfern this week as part of its ongoing venue strategy.
After two years of strong profits, ASX-listed Gage Roads Brewing has recorded a loss for the last financial year, with plans to change the company name to Good Drinks.
This week on the podcast, the team get together to discuss the big news on Broo and whether bitter beers are facing their demise.
On the podcast this week we discuss how the beer industry is coping with new legislation and we welcome Kylie Lethbridge to the IBA.
Are cans really greener than bottles? The team discuss this and other news stories of the this weeks podcast.
This week Pete Mitcham is joined by Brews News senior journalist Clare Burnett to discuss the beer news of the week, including tax figures and Jamie Cook leaving the IBA.
This week we catch up with Gage Roads’ chief strategy officer Aaron Heary, who discusses how the business is adapting to the changing beer market, including the soon-to-open Atomic Beer Project in Sydney.
Being 15 years young hasn’t stopped Gage Roads, with plans for a brewery in every state and a name change in the works. Chief strategy officer Aaron Heary looks back at the last 15 years and discusses the future for Gage.
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.
New breweries are opening up across the country, and the Brews News Brewery Radar aims to keep track of their progress. This quarter we’ve got updates from WA breweries North West and Shelter, Victoria’s Braeside and Frankston Brewhouse, along with many others.