Unexpected challenges have hit during the Melbourne lockdowns according to Sean Ryan of Killer Sprocket, but he is optimistic for the future of the city’s brewing industry.
To celebrate pubs and bars getting back up and running from June 1st, Melbourne’s own Stomping Ground Brewery Co. will be shouting 5,000 people their long-awaited first beer outside the house.
After a five-year process, relentless Deeds Brewing has been given the green light by the local council for its taproom in the Melbourne suburb of Glen Iris.
Killer Sprocket have set down roots for the first time after seven years of nomad brewing, marking a growing trend which has seen contract breweries invest in bricks and mortar, customer-facing sites.
Wolf of the Willows has launched plans for a new production brewery and taproom on the site of a partially-finished brewery in the Mordialloc suburb of Melbourne.
Plans for a second Melbourne brewpub from Jetty Road Brewery have been submitted, as the brewer accelerates growth plans following support from Founders First.
Melbourne’s Bodriggy Brewing Coare the latest to set up a brewpub and live music venue after a complex and gruelling development process. Founder Pete Walsh speaks to Brews News about the project.
Holgate Brewhouse and the Pink Boots Society are holding a collaboration beer launch at the Belgian Beer Café on Melbourne’s Southbank.
The council has given the green light to the Frankston Brewhouse, a new Melbourne suburb brewpub launched by four locals.
With Brisbane adding to the established events in Melbourne and Sydney this year, world-renowned GABS Festival attracted a record number of attendees.