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 into their range. The Belgo (Bell-jo) is light bodied, finishes dry and presents with a bright copper colour. The lively aromatics are a seamless integration of yeast and hop character creating notes of pepper and stone fruit. A delicately textured malt background balances the Belgian… Read more →
Historian Dr Brett Stubbs reviews the state of the small brewing industry for March, featuring a look back at industry developments in 2011.
Ben Kraus’ national Beer Wars tour rolls into Tasmania in November with a screening of the documentary at MONA Cinema on Thursday, 17 November, 2011. As with past screenings, the movie will be followed by a panel discussion featuring Tasmanian brewers including Moo Brew’s Owen Johnston. Details: Cost: $5, payable at the door. Date: 17… Read more →
Dr Brett Stubbs looks at all the openings, closings, comings and goings at Australia’s small breweries…