Following the departure of long-time brewer and GM Dave Macgill, Moo Brew has announced it has appointed a new general manager and head brewer.
Dave Macgill is leaving Tasmania’s Moo Brew after 14 years in the role of general manager and head brewer to pursue a new project.
Winners for the AIBA 2020 Isolation Edition were revealed at a live streamed event last night, including major wins for 4 Pines, Balter, Mountain Goat and Moo Brew amongst others.
News briefs from Moo Brew, Your Mates, Sea Legs and Willie the Boatman, as well as pub opening and tasting updates from South Australia and Queensland.
Three new releases from Bodriggy, a collaboration for Moo Brew a move to keg for a Two Birds favourite as it dabbles in ginger beer, whilst Ballistic drops a haze and Gage Roads launches a limited release in this week’s New Beers.
Four independent Tasmanian brewers have banded together to take the Taste of Tasmania festival beer partner status from under the big brewers CUB and Lion.
The Wilderness Society has teamed up with Moo Brew on a new beer that aims to help protect Tasmania’s Giant Lobster.
The full range of beers from Moo Brew will soon be available in both cans and bottles, with retailer Dan Murphy’s switching entirely to the new format.
After a huge week of events, Luke Robertson kicks off our Good Beer Week wrap up with a look at Cask Off 2013….
Tasmanian Brewery Moo Brew has introduced a fifth core product, Belgo, into their range.