Pete and Matt discuss the news of the week as several beers receive ABAC’s judgement and one of Colorado’s oldest breweries downsizes.
Nearly thirty years after leaving the brewery he founded, Phil Sexton is returning to take control of the Matilda Bay brand
In the face of Lion’s rampaging cross-over beer Furphy, CUB has just launched its challenger, Frothy.
Carlton & United Breweries has announced a $10.3 million upgrade of the Cascade Brewery to support its growing portfolio of craft beer brands.
This week we catch up with Scott Vincent, Beverage Innovation Manager at CUB, and also Head Brewer at Matilda Bay. We chat about Matilda Bay’s move to Cascade, why you can’t find Red Back anywhere and the brand’s future, McCracken’s Ale, amongst many other topics.
As Carlton & United Breweries confirms the axing of several Matilda Bay and Cascade beers, we thought it worth recapping some of the other beers that were deleted in 2015.
WA’s Colonial Brewing Company is to take over the Port Melbourne premises formerly occupied by Matilda Bay.
CUB has announced its first brand extension for the Fat Yak range establishing it as a new franchise, while signalling a change in its craft beer strategy…
CUB today announced it will be closing the Port Melbourne brewery and bar and relocating to Cascade…
Matilda Bay is giving you and three mates the chance to win a trip to the Matilda Bay Brewery in Port Melbourne to create your dream brew.