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Brew & A: La Sirène Ben

Costa Nikias is the face of La Sirène, Melbourne's "urban farmhouse" brewery. But, through 2016, a brewer previously at Beavertown has become central to all things La Sirene. He's Ben Turley and is the focus of this Brew & A.

September 23rd, 2016 by Crafty Pint


South Australia's Next Wave Pt II

September 14th, 2016 by Matt King

Last Wednesday, we showcased three of the new brewing companies set to launch in SA in the coming months. Here, Matt King gets the lowdown on four more that hope to have their first beers out soon.


South Australia's Next Wave Pt I

September 7th, 2016 by Matt King

Recent years have seen the South Australian brewing scene expand rapidly. And there's little sign of things slowing down soon, as Matt King discovered when he made contact with the next wave of brewers coming through.


A Grave You Can Dig

September 5th, 2016 by Will Ziebell

Sailors Grave is a brewery breathing fresh life into the historic former butter factory in Orbost. Its core range includes a gose featuring locally harvested seaweed and its beers will start hitting Melbourne this month.


Beer Travel: Gold Coast Part I

August 23rd, 2016 by James Graham

Who'd have thought a year or two back we'd be writing a craft beer guide to the Gold Coast? And who'd have thought it would be big enough to stretch over two parts? Well, courtesy to James Graham, here it is.


Now Is The Sour

August 22nd, 2016 by Michael Donaldson

While some might have forecast the renaissance that beer has been enjoying globally, would many have predicted the rise of sours? Award-winning writer Michael Donaldson laps up the tsunami of sours breaking on Kiwi shores.


The Story Of: Bridge Road Brewers Chevalier Saison

August 17th, 2016 by Will Ziebell

It's Australia's longest brewed saison, a style that's becoming increasingly popular, and continues to charm drinkers and judges alike. Will Ziebell brings us the story behind Bridge Road's Chevalier Saison.


Beer Travel: NZ Tiki Tour III Greater Wellington

July 26th, 2016 by Nick Oscilowski

Wellington may have the big name reputation when it comes to craft beer, but it’s being rivalled by what’s brewing in its outer regions, as Nick O discovers on the third of his four-part saunter through the North Island.


Canning & Expanding

July 19th, 2016 by Matt King

It's all change at Barossa Valley Brewing as one of the longest-established of SA's microbreweries expands and repackages its beers in cans. It's also in the process of establishing its Tanunda base as a mid-size contract facility, as Matt King discovered.


Making Capital

July 12th, 2016 by Will Ziebell

Until recently, Canberra had little in the way of beer to call its own. Today, with Capital Brewing having followed both BentSpoke and Pact Beer, it has five brewing companies operating there. Will Ziebell caught up with the newest.

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