Thu Dec 29 2016, by Ruth Dawkins from the Crafty Pint A graphic designer and an IT worker form the unlikely pairing behind one of Tasmania’s newest breweries. Carla and Tom Bignell recently opened the doors to T-Bone Brewing Company on the North Hobart restaurant strip. Situated just a couple of blocks up from Shambles […]
Van Dieman Brewing is brewing sustainable beer made with green energy. The brewery last week installed & turned on a 48-kilowatt solar array – one of only a handful of Australian craft breweries to invest in the technology – at their White Hills farm in northern Tasmania. The 300 solar panels should generate more than […]
Just in time for the start of summer sunshine, Iron House Brewery on Tasmania’s East Coast has released a brew specially crafted for Tasmania’s summer… SBF 50+ or Summer Beer Factor 50+. The Ironhouse team describe their latest limited release as a quaffable Ale, lightly hopped with summer and topaz, lightly malted with Pilsener and […]
Colorado IPA – First IPA release for Hobart Brewing Co. Hobart Brewing Co. is celebrating its 2nd anniversary since releasing their first beer, the Harbour Master Tasmanian Ale. With Scott Overdorf, a former Colorado brewer at the helm, it was only a matter of time before they turned our energy to brewing a big American […]
Not only does the Esk Beerfest and Hobart Beerfest have a brilliant lineup of Tasmanian beers on show, the live music and comedy entertainment is seriously impressive! With Josh Pyke and Potbelleez heading up the entertainment at the Esk Beerfest and The Beautiful Girls and Kid Kenobi taking the stage in Hobart, you will not […]
After spending months renovating a 1950’s steam train carriage, Devil’s Brewery is excited to open its unique cellar door in Margate. Grab a seat in the repurposed steam train carriage and soak up the ambience of a by-gone era, or enjoy the sunshine and views from the beer garden. They have a range of Devil’s […]
The Huon Valley might be famous for apples, but beer-lovers are about to have a hoppier reason to toast the region. Church Hill Brewery – Tasmania’s latest craft brewery – is set to open there in 2016. Bradley Churchill, the brewery’s founder, has been a passionate homebrewer for the last 20 years. Now he’s taking […]
The Brewers Association congratulates the Tasmanian Government in launching the Tasmanian Beer Trail in Hobart today.
Two new breweries are set to open later this year in Cambridge on the edge of Tasmania’s Coal River Valley wine region, just a couple of minutes’ drive from Hobart Airport.