Hobart’s Dickens Ciderhouse is offered for sale complete with full fit out, plenty of stock and cider production equipment.
With the continued growth of the craft brewing industry in Tasmania a new player has entered the market.
Willie Smith’s Apple Shed is the hottest hut in Tasmania’s Huon Valley: craft ciders, artisan cheeses, and plenty of space to sit, chat, roll in the hay. They’ve partnered with other like-minded locals to throw a mid-winter festival to celebrate the region’s apple-pickin’ history…
A new initiative, led by the crew organic cidery Willie Smiths, will put the spotlight on the Huon Valley through a winter celebration focused on the humble apple…
Brett Stubbs, brewery historian and author of Very Good Beer and Ale – Breweries and Brewers of Tasmania 1820s to 1930s, introduces us to Olaf Hilmer Hedberg, brewer at Cascade and Tasmania’s first Collector of Beer Duty
Beer distributor ExperienceIT ensures there’s no internal miscommunication as it announces its latest distribution deal…
Luke Robertson has heard that a city in possession of good beer must be in want of a festival…now Hobart has a Festival to match its beer.
It’s a busy time in Tasmania’s Bushy Park at the moment with the annual hop harvest. Australian Brews News’ Pete Mitcham is down there to report on this year’s harvest, as well as to participate in the annual Cascade Hop Harvest brew. Media Release The annual Cascade hop harvest begins! Cascade Brewery Co’s annual hop… Read more →
I still have fond memories of the first Hobart Beerfest, held in November 2006. It was a low-key and informal event, as far as such things can be, held outdoors in Mawson Place behind the Lark Distillery. The Beerfest has grown greatly since then, becoming a two-day event in 2009, and the sixth annual festival,… Read more →
Tasmania’s Examiner newspaper is reporting that Tasmanian microbrewers are disappointed over a lack of representation at local food event Festivale. The event organiser’s pourage rights contract with James Boag’s stipulates only four craft breweries can be involved in the event. Local brewers, headed by Tasmanian Microbrewers Association president and Moo Brew head brewer Owen Johnston,… Read more →