Akasha, Grifter and Lost Palms release collaboration beers, Deeds brews its first DNEIPA while Bright, Braeside, Holgate Brewhouse and Black Brewery launch new beers in this week’s wrap.
Balter’s Dimples has been released, as well new beers from Braeside, Young Henrys, Balter, Ballistic, Bad Shepherd and Holgate on this week’s wrap.
Start the year off with some new beers like the Sour Berry Ale from Holgate, as well as some fresh releases from Beerfarm, Grifter Brewing Company and Sauce.
Holgate Brewhouse have opened their long-awaited Taproom and Visitor Centre, featuring 16 taps, a bottleshop, brewery experience, and function space. Local ciders, wines and liquors from other Central Victorian boutique producers will also be featured.
The Holgate team are celebrating their “Double Decade” in the craft beer scene, bringing the Oktoberfest celebrations back to the Woodend Brewery.
Victoria brewhouse Holgate is looking to expand capacity to 2.5 million litres a year by investing in packaging and production equipment following a round of equity crowdfunding.
This week we’ve got some interesting fusions, like the tropical ice cream IPA from Moon Dog and Brookvale Union’s Vodka & Peach Iced Tea, as well as brews from Akasha, newly-acquired Green Beacon, Ballistic and Holgate Brewhouse.
Victoria’s Holgate Brewhouse is the latest Australian brewer to launch an equity crowdfunding campaign on the Birchal platform, with expressions of interest now open.
Finish off your week with a selection from Wayward, Two Birds, Felons, Bright, BentSpoke and Newstead breweries, as well as Holgate Brewhouse.
Holgate Brewhouse and the Pink Boots Society are holding a collaboration beer launch at the Belgian Beer Café on Melbourne’s Southbank.