Philter’s XPA, a black IPA from James Squire, and a Keller Door from 4 Pines.
The launch will be supported by a series of events in Sydney.
The cellar door in Marrickville, around the corner from Grifter and Batch, opens in May.
To celebrate, Goose Island will bring Hoppy Hour to select venues in Sydney and Melbourne.
The brewery is spreading its wings up and down the eastern seaboard.
The announcement comes as an investment firm acquires 23 per cent of the company.
Join the pair on a jaunt around the harbour city’s top breweries.
Hawke’s Brewing Co.’s first beer, Hawke’s Lager, has rolled out.
Brewmanity makes its first foray into the retail market with its Social Beast Pale Ale.
Gage Roads appoints Non-Executive Director to support its ‘Returning to Craft’ strategy.
Crafted Live: Brewed & BBQ’d launches in the Gong this coming Easter weekend.
Ten percent of Two Up Pale Ale profits are donated to the Young Veterans charity.
The beer is brewed in Geelong and crafted specifically for the people of Victoria.
The expanded distribution adds to Hawthorn’s presence in the country’s southern provinces.
The master brewer has developed a number of Australia’s iconic beers.
Lion confirms no injuries and that there will be no supply disruption.
Q&A: Talking strategy and the value of limited releases with the Melbourne craft stalwarts.
The Great Australian Beer Spectapular promises to raise the bar this year.
The brewer also drops Bible Society cans and joins Australian Marriage Equality.
The brewers have launched The Saison D’Heretique, New World Pilsner and Pale Ale.
The DogHouse will feature a beer spa, and Punk IPA on tap in every room.
Ashworth experiments with weekly small-batch releases at the brewpub.
Nano and home brewers have the potential to become the new micro.
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