Join Adelaide’s famous Wheaty as the team host their feast of Italian beer featuring 10 taps of 25 beers from five great Italian breweries. Sunday 18 November, 2-4pm. Proudly presented by Birra Italiana.
With distribution proving to be a major issue facing Australian small breweries, Sydney-based 4 Pines has completed another piece in the getting-beer-to-market puzzle securing South Australian distribution. The 4 Pines Brewery, which both brews beer at its five hectolitre Manly home and utilises contract brewing arrangements while in the process of commissioning its own 50-hectolitre… Read more →
McLaren Vale Beer Company officially hits the ‘brew’ button at their new Willunga Brewery today.
It’s common to think that the use of take home draught beer – or growlers, in the modern parlance – is a new thing. As John Harvey shares, every old is new again.
New South Wales After operating a small (250-litre) pilot brewery at Rydalmere since mid-year, Riverside Brewing Company have recently moved to larger premises at North Parramatta. The company has also installed a larger 2,000-litre brewery, obtained from Mountain Goat in Melbourne, who have themselves recently up-sized (see below). Riverside will officially launch its products this… Read more →
Cellar doors are nothing new in the wine industry. However, when it comes to beer, customers aren’t always given the opportunity to sample a brewery’s range – until now. Gulf Brewery, a microbrewery established in Adelaide in 2004, this week opens its first cellar door in the heart of Hahndorf’s restaurant and tourist strip. A… Read more →
Coopers’ state-of-the-art brewery at Regency Park in Adelaide celebrates its 10th anniversary today (Monday, November 21). However, it’s business as usual on site as the company prepares to celebrate its 150th anniversary next year. The Regency Park brewery was officially opened by Premier Rob Kerin on November 21, 2001, to replace the old brewery at… Read more →
Coopers is Australia’s largest independent brewery. Still run by members of the Cooper family, they have held their own through many difficult periods for almost 150 years. Most of their beers are ales, brewed with the same care and yeast that was used over a century ago. As the world’s largest exporter of home brew… Read more →
Wednesday 16 November 2011 6:30 — 9:30pm The evening will consist of 4 courses hosted by McLaren Vale’s head brewer Jeff Wright & Salopian Inn’s head chef Jamie Laing. Beers from McLaren Vale and afar matched to the 4 courses plus additional Vale beers on tap. $75 per head, all inclusive (cash bar from 9:30… Read more →
While it’s the Local Taphouses and the Feral Brewings that deservedly make the big noise in the craft beer movement on a national scale, the ‘craft beer revolution’ can’t really be said to have occurred until every town the size of Renmark (population approx 8000) has a Woolshed Brewery making beer and a Renmark Hotel… Read more →