What is The Pitch? Have you ever dreamt about sitting around with a bunch of creative types and thinking up a new beer? Not only that, but have your creation brewed and released in pubs and bottle shops across the country? The Pitch is your one chance to make that daydream come true. As part… Read more →
Stone & Wood
Number two in the Critics’ Choice Top 100 is the Stone & Wood Pacific Ale. Last year’s number one beer has raised the bar for Australian beers, the essence of this original style lies somewhere in the heart of Byron Bay, and more and more Australians are taking some home. The Brewer’s notes talk of… Read more →
Things are busy at Byron Bay’s Stone & Wood brewery, with the brewery rapidly expanding with two new 100hl fermentation tanks soon to be arriving as the first two of six they have on order. As their announcement below outlines, they will need them… Media Release Announcing the birth of Jasper, a brother to Pacific…. Read more →
Rick Besserdin gives us a great recipe to share with friends over an Australian ale on a hot Australia Day’s afternoon…
If you missed the Festival of the Stone in Byron Bay – then be sure not to miss The Villager’s Stone Beer Dinner. Thursday 29th September will see the last keg of Stone Beer in Australia tapped, so if you tried it and want more, head along, and if you missed it first time round,… Read more →
As the 2011 edition of the Beer Lover’s Guide is released, publishers Scribal Publishing have given Australian Brews News the chance to publish a couple of the articles from last year’s edition. This first article looks at whether Australia is indeed experiencing a craft beer revolution, or whether it’s just a good beer movement for… Read more →
The publishers of the newly-released Beer Lover’s Guide to Australia want to find out about your experiences at Australian breweries. To celebrate the launch of The Beer Lovers Guide to Australia they are giving away seven packs – one everyday from Monday 22nd August to Sunday 28th August. Each pack includes a copy of The… Read more →
Well it’s been a long run to this point. We have seen Pale Ales, we have seen IPAs and we have seen double IPAs. We have seen beers light and dark. We have seen beers from breweries large and small, owned by massive public companies and by small private ones that define the purists vision… Read more →
Byron Bay’s Stone & Wood is brewing up a special beer with all proceeds going to the Queensland Flood Relief appeal.
Does the style description attributed to a beer change it’s flavour?