Craft Beer

dan o'connell hotel carlton

MELBOURNE | The Dan O’Connell Hotel is one of those old pubs that you see closing all over Melbourne, and are thankful still exists. It’s one of Carlton’s oldest local pubs, dating back to 1884, and has stayed relevant by updating the things that count while keeping old school the

mr west bar bottleshop footscray

MELBOURNE | Mr West Bar And Bottleshop is one of the new wave of bars that’s been opening up recently in Footscray, and brings another craft beer spot to a part of town already lucky enough to have great craft beer at places like Bar Josephine, Up In Smoke, and

brewers co-operative auckland cbd

AUCKLAND | New Zealand’s craft beer scene has continued to go from strength to strength in recent years, and seems to get better each day. While Wellington might call itself New Zealand’s ‘craft beer capital’ and Nelson the ‘brewing capital’, there’s no doubting that the Auckland craft beer scene is

aussie brewery tours

MELBOURNE | Aussie Brewery Tours offer a range of beer, cider, and spirit tours across Melbourne and its surrounds, and aim to give those on the tour something different than your average tour. There’s the Melbourne Beer Odyssey tour, which takes guests to some of Melbourne’s most awarded and innovative

canberra craft beer guide

CANBERRA | Canberra has had a quietly bubbling craft beer scene for a few years now, which arguably started in 1994 when enthusiast of good beer, Lachlan McOmish, opened the Wig & Pen. The Wig & Pen is still around, albeit in a new home since 2015, but has been

hobart craft beer guide

HOBART | Many people think of Cascade Brewery when they think of Hobart beer, and while the Carlton United Brewery owned brewery does have a craft beer element to it (it’s where Goose Island’s core range is produced for the Australian market), it’s other breweries that the capital of the

brew on quay britomart

AUCKLAND| Brew On Quay is one of the more grand looking craft beer spots in Auckland, housed in a 1903 building that was once home to the head office of the Colonial Sugar Refining Company (that’s Chelsea Sugar these days). Walk inside the historic building and you’re greeted with an

andrew andrew princes wharf

AUCKLAND | Andrew Andrew is a bar on Princes Wharf that has a lot to offer those looking for a drink that’s a cut above the usual offering of many bars. It’s a small venue, with lots of couches and cozy seating arrangement along with bar and stool seating. The

HOBART | Hobart Brewing Co. started brewing in 2014 at Moo Brew, before moving into their current premises in central Hobart in 2016. Founder Brendan Parnell and head brewer Scott Overdorf found an old warehouse in an upcoming former industrial spot right on the harbour, and in the “Red Shed”

ettie's hobart cbd

HOBART | Ettie’s is a wine bar and bottle shop in central Hobart, that does succeeds where many fail – that it, it sets out to achieve a lot, and nails all of the diverse aspects of its offering. The venue is owned by Carl Windsor and James Kingston of