This National Science Week (15 – 23 August), Young Henrys and the University of Technology Sydney’s Deep Green Biotech Hub have joined forces to host a virtual Science In Focus event; Beer & Algae: Brewing A Greener Future.
Collaborations between brewers and distillers to produce hand sanitiser during COVID-19 have put the spotlight on the growth of craft spirits. Young Henrys distiller Carla Daunton and Australian Distillers Association president Stuart Gregor discuss the trend.
Brewers are starting to open or think about reopening, but the scattergun approach of state governments may adversely affect an industry that has already taken a major blow.
Brewers discuss the help they have received from government and whether it is enough, in the wake of today’s announcement of a staggered lockdown easing.
Special edition beers in honour of International Women’s Day have been brewed by Jetty Road, Young Henrys, Gage Roads and BentSpoke, with other new releases from Willie Smith’s, Bodriggy, Endeavour, Burnley and 4 Pines in this week’s New Beers Wrap.
Balter’s Dimples has been released, as well new beers from Braeside, Young Henrys, Balter, Ballistic, Bad Shepherd and Holgate on this week’s wrap.
Algae, plant feed, and CO2 recovery systems are helping brewers to reuse what would otherwise be a waste product. Young Henrys, Terella and Earthly Labs weigh in on capturing and reusing CO2 in brewing.
Young Henrys is helping to celebrate the re-launch of the beloved Waywards by teaming up with good mates Childe Eyewear to put on a huge summer party on November 30th.
The Royal Hotel Leichhardt transforms into a beer lover’s playground for the third year to host Inner West Beer Fest this November 16 – 17th.
Young Henrys team up with The Dead Love, Newstead Brewing releases the first in their Art Series and Mosaic IPA joins Akasha’s year-round range in this week’s New Beers Wrap.