Five brewers of the High Country Brewery Trail have teamed up to create the High Country at Home Can-Demic Case for those in lockdown.
This week, we continue our series featuring breweries of the Victorian High Country Brewery Trail affected by the January bushfires, visiting Wangaratta and chat with Grant Jones from Malt Shed Brewing.
This week on Beer is a Conversation we meet Brianna and Nathan Munt from King River Brewing who have established the tourism-orientated brewery inside an old tobacco grading shed on Brianna’s family farm.
Victoria’s Bright Brewery announces a limited-edition run of its core range beers now available in 375ml cans for a short time only.
The Alpine Classic has been run successfully since 1986, when half a dozen keen Audax cyclists rode from Bright to Falls Creek and back.
Rick Besserdin makes another stop on the High Country beer trail, this time in historic Beechworth, where he stops by Bridge Road Brewery for a beer and a pretzel…
In another dispatch from Victoria’s High Country, Rick Besserdin drops by Bright Brewery to find the sort of blowhard that never bores you at the pub…
Rick Besserdin heads to Victoria’s High Country and has a beer with Sweetwater Brewery’s Peter Hull.
Victoria’s High Country. The Alpine Region. ‘The Hills’. The MCC Member’s Winter Playground– whichever phrase you use to describe that area on the map which has all the topographical wavy lines indicating anything in the state bigger than Mt Dandenong – there’s no denying it is a special place. But in these days of hustle… Read more →
Melbourne has rightly been developing a claim to the title of Australia’s beer capital with the rapid growth of its small-scale brewing industry and beer-focused pubs and bars. But for the visitor or the Melbournite alike, a trek outside of the metropolitan area can be every bit as rewarding. The region, with its concentration of… Read more →