In the wake of the big news last week, this week we go back to drink from the well where the beer renaissance began as we speak with Matilda Bay and Little Creatures co-founder Phil Sexton.
One of the beers that kick-started Australia’s craft movement three decades ago, Matilda Bay’s Redback, is returning on-tap to its place of origin, Western Australia with a new recipe.
Phil Sexton and the team at Matilda Bay in the Yarra Valley have revamped classics including Redback, Alpha Pale Ale and Dogbolter as well as launching its first new beer.
On this weeks podcast we talk Fat Yaks, Big Helga’s and Barking Ducks as we speak with Jamie Fox who was CUB’s Marketing Manager for craft a decade ago.
The new Matilda Bay pub in Victoria’s Yarra Valley will officially open its doors to the public on Boxing Day
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.