This week on the podcast, the team discuss how breweries are marketing themselves in the climate of COVID-19 and why you shouldn’t ask your consumers to just refrigerate their exploding beer cans.
High Country Hops is the latest event to be cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and we provide a number of updates on events across the country.
Balter team up with Garage Project for a collaboration, whilst Ballistic, Jetty Road, and Akasha release Aussie IPA’s and Moon Dog and Beerfarm drop a couple of sours.
Matt and Pete are back to discuss the news of the week including: a new WA bus route, Moon Dog makes a recall and CUB apologises for ring pull caps.
Join us at Isles Lane for a four-course exploration of our paddock to plate produce skilfully paired beers from Melbourne’s mad scientist brewers, Moon Dog.
Moon Dog Craft Brewery has opened the doors to their new brewery bar.
Melbourne’s Moon Dog has an apology to make. Yes, they have heard you and are fixing it.
Can you imagine Nike, Pacific Brands and the Redback Boot Company working together to design and manufacture a new footwear product and then sell it under their collective brands? What about McDonalds, Grill’d and Joe’s Extreme Burger Corner Shop collaborating to release a new gourmet burger together? The possibility of such collaborations is nothing short… Read more →
They had their naysayers and doubters, but the three mates from Moon Dog Craft Brewery are proving that brewing only extreme beers for the simple purpose of “fun” can work. Moon Dog first revealed themselves to Melbourne beer drinkers with several small keg-only releases during 2010. Word soon spread about a couple of crazy guys… 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.