This week we catch up with Scott Vincent, Beverage Innovation Manager at CUB, and also Head Brewer at Matilda Bay. We chat about Matilda Bay’s move to Cascade, why you can’t find Red Back anywhere and the brand’s future, McCracken’s Ale, amongst many other topics.
This week we head to Port Melbourne to speak with Matilda Bay’s Scott Vincent. In a wide ranging discussion, we look at a wide range of issues facing CUB’s craft brewing arm, including the challenges of scaling up production from the Matilda Bay Garage brewery to have them brewed at Cascade whether that impacts the ‘craftiness’ of the beers.
Episode 3 of Radio Brews News tackles the thorny definition of craft beer and features Scott Vincent and Cam Hines…
‘Gentlemen, start your yaks!’ is the proclamation of the Matilda Bay Brewing Company as they launch a unique campaign that will take one Fat Yak drinker all the way to Mongolia. The craft beer arm of brewing giant Fosters has launched their biggest product promotion to date, with a competition aimed squarely at (but not… Read more →
With all of the variations of coffee and mocha flavours that can naturally occur in beer, it is a fairly logical step to actually put coffee in beer. Under former brewer Brad Rogers, Matilda Bay brewed Crema, a disconcertingly pale coffee beer. Brad described it at the time as being more of a latte than… Read more →
Name:Scott Vincent Title: Head Brewer, Matilda Bay Brewing Company (Vic) Annual output: 2.93 million litres* Web: www.matildabay.com.au The act of defining what “is a craft brewery”, is primarily driven by taxation issues. The subsequent refining of the definition by brewers or their associations is to give a point of differentiation so that customers and… Read more →