A New South Wales Government trial to allow craft brewers to trade like small bars has been extended to the coastal city of Newcastle.
Craft brewers in Sydney’s inner west will be allowed to trade like bars in a trial that could be expanded across the State, NSW Minister for Racing Paul Toole said today.
The Port Macquarie Beer and Cider Festival has announced its brewery, band and entertainment lineup…
A proposal to increase the legal capacity of a small bar in New South Wales has been welcomed by venue owners and small brewers.
Modus Operandi Brewing Company presents beer geeks with an extremely enticing concept.
Rocks Brewing Co has cranked up their new brewing equipment and opened their Brewery Bar to the public.
Beer is a conversation, and there’s no better way to experience this in a intimate setting than the Local Taphouse’s special dinner event, Brewers & Chewers, which returns to Darlinghurst as part of Sydney Craft Beer Week…
An interesting release from Coopers announcing that in January, that for the first time, sales in NSW beat those for South Australia. It’s worth bearing in mind that when you look at Coopers production figure of 68.8 million litres, that is the equivalent of around (if my unreliable maths are correct) 588,034 US barrels. To… Read more →
Sam Fletcher heads back to Six String Brewing to find the development finally done and good beer flowing…
On 12 December 1862 Newtown Municipality was proclaimed by Government Gazette, covering 480 acres in three wards: Enmore, Kingston and O’Connell. By the 1870s, Newtown was one of the most densely populated municipalities in NSW and a decade later was one of the main retail centres outside the city. King Street is Newtown’s spine. The… Read more →