This week on Good Brews Week. Matt and Pete chow down on a few Dagwood dogs while discussing the news of the week from the Ekka in Brisbane. This weeks top stories are: Stone and Wood settle trademark dispute case and announce plans for Brisbane venue, Mornington Peninsula Brewery joins Tribe, and Great Northern Brewing raises $1 million for farmers.
Mornington Peninsula Brewery
Tribe Breweries is proud to announce that Mornington Peninsula Brewery has become a part of the Tribe family.
Brewers and winemakers are commingling like never before. Brews fermented with a blend of malt and grape juice, aka co-ferments, are slowly making their way onto the market.
Mornington Peninsula Brewery has released its second nitrogen-dosed beer, Sacchariferous Stout.
Mornington Peninsula Brewery has launched Australia’s first canned, nitrogen-charged beer, as part of an increased emphasis by the company on one-off experimental brews.
Rick Besserdin visits the new Mornington Peninsula Brewery and learns that expanding a brewery has its challenges…
Peter Burchell catches up with Mornington Brewery’s Matt Bebe to talk about the brewery’s new canning line and beer in cans. Apparently cans are great…but still use a glass!
Chef Katrina Ryan, from The Golden Pig Cooking School, and editor Matt Kirkegaard kicked around some ideas for beers to make a mussels dish. Here’s what they came up with…
Well, we’ve started the year well with two podcasts in two weeks and it’s a great one…if we do say so ourselves. We hear from Prof all about the Ballarat Beer Festival, before learning a little about the new ginger beer from XXXX and then head down to Mornington Peninsula to speak with Andrew Gow.
Stuart Dew’s brilliant performance for Hawthorn in the 2008 AFL Grand Final has changed the make-up of the Victorian craft beer scene. Dew kicked two goals and set up two others, leading the Hawks on to a win. Meanwhile, Mount Eliza neighbours, Matt Bebe and Malcolm McLean got together to celebrate and, like all of… Read more →