This week is your last chance to subscribe to Beer & Brewer magazine to ensure you receive a special edition brewery guide that will complement the Spring issue.

By subscribing to the magazine before July 23 you’ll receive the 68-page Great Australian Brewery Guide featuring some of this country’s best brewpubs and taprooms and the beers you’ll be wanting to try when you get there. It will also contain a feature that takes a look at the diverse landscape of brewpubs in Australia, where figures such as Phil Sexton talk about the formative years while the likes of TWØBAYS – this country’s first dedicated gluten-free brewery and taproom – and Mountain Culture – who have become a tourist destination in their own right in a region known for attracting tourists – reflect on how things have evolved.

For as little as $29.50 – which is a $10.30 saving – you will receive a year’s subscription to the quarterly Beer & Brewer magazine and guarantee your copy of the Great Australian Brewery Guide that comes free with the Spring edition that’s out for delivery in September.

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By subscribing now you’ll also be guaranteed to receive a whole lot more than just your brewery guide, with the Spring edition of Beer & Brewer magazine packed with long read features, our dedicated HomeBrewer section, pages and pages of craft beer reviews and more.

What’s in the Spring edition of Beer & Brewer

  • Go Behind the Beer with Murray’s Brewing’s head brewer Jake Blaschka and discover the brewing secrets of his Le Pont Rouge – a Belgian Saison blended with Shiraz grapes
  • We ponder lager’s place in modern craft beer with the likes of Chuck Hahn and Ross Brown while reviewing some of the beers currently nailing the category
  • The provenance of malt has increasingly become important to both brewers and consumers so we look into how maltsters are servicing that demand and how everyone benefits
  • Delve into Paul Holgate’s beer memory banks where he recounts some of his fondest moments, including why Melbourne’s Clyde Hotel in the 1980s had such an influence on his future
  • We sit down with one of the busiest people in beer – Modus Operandi’s Jaz Wearin – who’s not only been overseeing a new brewery and venue but launched one of Australia’s most successful non-alc brands
  • A 12-page dedicated HomeBrewer section including multiple DIY recipes and a focus on all grain brewing and lagers
  • 12 pages of craft beer reviews – where some of Australia’s best sensory experts taste and review 86 of the latest and greatest releases.
  • And plenty more

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