Sydney’s Modus Operandi Brewing Co is mixing things up, bringing a new look and flavour to its core range.
Willie Smith’s today released two new small batch, heirloom apple ciders: Willie Smith’s Yarlington Mill and Willie Smith’s French Blend.
During winter when the American Hinterland goes quiet, nothing warms the cockles quite so much as a 4 Pines Imperial India Brown Ale.
With the continued growth of the craft brewing industry in Tasmania a new player has entered the market.
The wait is over, the Nomad Brewing Company’s first beer hits the taps in the coming week.
Bridge Road Brewers has reached its ninth year of brewing in 2014. To celebrate they have decided to continue their B2 Series into its fourth year.
Young Sam Fletcher thinks you might want a break from stories about transparency and labelling and so offers one about beer and music. Read it if you must…
For the past year beer nerds and craft beer fans across Australia have been waiting in anticipation for the debut retail release from Melbourne’s first microbrewery dedicated to extreme beers – Moon Dog Craft Brewery. After showing off their brewing prowess with several very limited draught-only releases in the last 12 months, many were quickly… Read more →
Murrays Craft Brewing Co have announced they are bringing back an old favourite – with a twist. The brewery described their Sassy Blonde is a great little, although very misunderstood, beer. So they have announced they have upped the ABV to about 5.2%, made her a bit paler with a stronger Belgian yeast character. She’s… Read more →
MEDIA RELEASE: Murray’s Shawn’s Fault – India Dark Ale. If you like big flavours and something a bit different, you’ll love Shawn’s Fault. And if you don’t – then it’s Shawn’s fault! This is not a beer for low-carb, no flavour fans.