Kiwi city’s craft beer scene tipped to bounce back due to its steely resolve.
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Epic Beer’s owner says severe lockdown restrictions are threatening NZ craft beer makers.
CUB and Lion are donating resealable bottles so pubs and can sell takeaway draught beer.
Prancing Pony has won the fight and now it’s back and ready to trade on.
The restrictions were imposed on 25 March but are accused of being overly complicated.
The revocation follows a complaint made by Prancing Pony whose takeaway service was shut down.
The brewery’s takeaway drive-through was closed by police on 8 April.
Licensed venues have had takeaway alcohol restrictions lifted for Good Friday and ANZAC Day.
Two homebrewers won a competition and saw their beer sold at the festival.
The Sunshine Coast town now has its first homebrew store.
Breweries are either distilling their own sanitiser or making sugar wash for local distilleries.
Construction of the brewery is on hold, but it hopes to start brewing in June.
Venues can get credit for full, unopened kegs of all Stone & Wood beers.
White Bay Beer Co. has transformed an abandoned warehouse in the Sydney suburb.
CEO Peter Filipovic has warned of the risks of an enforced shut-down of brewing.
The co-operative brewery now has its own taproom on Enmore Road.
XXXX Dry and Furphy’s Crisp Lager will be launching in their local areas first.
Tickets for Good Beer Week go on sale on Monday 23 March.
The development comes as more and more people enrol on courses.
Ryan Burk will be talking about his cider company Angry Orchard.
We chatted to the brewers making a splash on the Sunshine Coast.
Moffs Summer Ale was Grand Champion Beer at the Royal Queensland Food and Wine Show.
Gage Roads has published its results for the first half of its financial year.
The new bar on Brunswick Street has 27 taps for craft beer.