Froth headed out to the Otway Estate Winery & Brewery on the weekend for a day of dirndls, steins and sausages. Yummo beer and flinging parts of pig was the order of the day at the Oktoberfest held on Saturday at
Froth magazine chats with Hard Rubbish co-owner Charlotte Tizzard about scavenging chairs, cooking waffles and making Reservoir cool again. Charlotte Tizzard, co-owner of Hard Rubbish bar, always had a dream to open her own bar. After a visit to Japan
It’s the most pressing issue facing Australians today – where’s the best place to watch the Doggies defeat Sydney tomorrow? With excitement reaching fever pitch and pubs all over Melbourne offering massive screens, killer craft beer and flavoursome footy food,
Marie Claire Jarratt chats with talented young brewer Agnes Gajic from Young Henrys in Sydney. When one thinks of Newtown’s Young Henrys brewery, the stereotypical mental image of bearded male hipsters is likely not far behind. Yet, their brewhouse is
Graham Frizzell chats chilli and beer with Melbourne Hot Sauce founder Richard Nelson and Ben Duval from Carwyn Cellars’ brew project, 40 Ft Brewing. Beer and chilli go together like Batman and Robin or French and Saunders. It’s a double act
Froth chats with Nomad Brewing about living in Italy, brewing with seawater and pushing boundaries on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. I remember a while ago I picked up a beer in a bottle shop that had a squid clinging to a surfboard
Our over-achieving southern friends are putting on some fun festivals in the next month, writes Froth’s Tassie correspondent Roger Hanson. Lovers of fine craft beer have an exciting few weeks ahead with beer events including the Tasmanian Microbrew Festival next Saturday and
Bloody Tassie. Not only do they have killer landscapes and awesome wildlife, now they have an increasingly awesome craft beer scene. Tassie writer Roger Hanson chats with newcomers Fox Friday who have set up their small but tasty operation in north Hobart.
Collingwood’s newest brewery Stomping Ground is set to open its doors ANY DAY NOW, so Froth took a sneak peek at the recent Pots and Plants show held there. Words and pictures by Timothy Stevens While plants and beer aren’t a common combination –
Graham Frizzell heads out to the Swan Valley to chat to Feral Brewing’s Brendan Varis about beer cans, watermelons and terroir. Bold yet humble, proudly local yet with a nationwide presence, Feral Brewing is the living embodiment of Australian craft beer.