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Small brewery update — Tasmania

June 17, 2015

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.

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.

Last Rites Brewing Company
was founded by five mates: Jason and Brett Allchin, Chris Cooper, Phil Zakaria and Tom Potter.


Three of us have been in the hospitality industry. Our brewer’s a PhD in chemistry that’s been home-brewing for about five or six years, and there’s another guy who’s a vineyard manager,” Jason Allchin told Australian Brews News
.

Double Head Brewing, Cambridge

Just down the road is
Double Head Brewing
, the new venture from Amanda and Ty Capaci.


There’s two of us, we’re from Tasmania and we’re not shying away from it,” Amanda said of the Double Head moniker.


We’re only two minutes drive from Last Rites, which is very exciting – we’re going to have beer, whiskey and wine available for people to experience in the region.”


https://www.brewsnews.com.au/2015/05/small-brewery-update-tasmania/

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