Mountain Goat Beer is celebrating its 20th birthday with festivities around the country and a few special beers.
Mountain Goat Beer has released an IPA brewed exclusively with Hop Hash, a new product on the Australian market.
Ian Watson takes an Australia Day look at the only beer that Australians can truly call their own, Sparkling Ale, as popularised by Coopers Brewery.
As Carlton & United Breweries confirms the axing of several Matilda Bay and Cascade beers, we thought it worth recapping some of the other beers that were deleted in 2015.
There will be no major changes at Mountain Goat, according to new general manager, Matt Grix.
Today we saw the announcement of the sale of the first of the modern breed of small breweries that pioneered the current ‘craft’ beer movement.
A 5.2 per cent ABV American-style Pale Ale will be the newest beer in Mountain Goat’s permanent range.
Mountain Goat has released the third of its collaboration beers with Melbourne coffee roaster Seven Seeds.
Mountain Goat will launch a new ale later this year that will replace the India Pale Ale in its 330ml bottle range.
Mountain Goat has released its winter seasonal Surefoot Stout in cans for the first time. Surefoot Stout is Mountain Goat’s third can release, following on from Fancy Pants and Summer Ale, both of which were very successful in the format. Surefoot registers 30 IBUs and is five per cent ABV, employing East Kent Goldings hops together… Read more →