All posts tagged: Craft Beer

Six Tanks Brewing Co

After a long drive from Nitmiluk Gorge, we arrived in Darwin for the last 24 hours of our Northern Territory adventure. Kicking things off with some incredibly good sushi, we then hit the Museum and Art Gallery, a natural history buff’s dream that also boasts some fantastic Australian artwork, and a […]

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Beautiful Bright

The next stop on our December Victorian adventure was Bright, a beautiful town (there’s even a sign telling you so) in the Ovens Valley in Victoria’s north-eastern alpine region. It’s quite the food and wine destination, with vineyards, hop fields, orchards, and nut farms dotted throughout the […]

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Bridge Road Brewers

Sitting halfway between Albury and Bright, Beechworth is a highly photogenic gold-rush town where the streets are flush with verandah-covered buildings housing all manner of boutiques, gourmet food stores, and various pieces of Ned Kelly history. Oh, and a brewery!

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24-hours in Hobart

The problem with 24-hours in Hobart is that it’s simply not enough time to eat all the things one wishes to. This was my second trip there in as many years (you can read about the first one here), and as such I got to tick […]


A Weekend In Mudgee

Country winter FOMO – it’s a thing, and I have it. I grew up in the country, and it’s during winter that I miss it most – those frosty mornings, cosy fireplaces, and mist-covered mountains make winter in the city seem even greyer and more grim. […]

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Wayward Brewing

“Carpe bierum” reads the wonderful mural on the wall of Wayward brewery, housed in a converted wine cellar off a laneway on the Annandale side of Camperdown. And it pretty much sums up one of the best breweries in Sydney right now. The beer is excellent, […]

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The Noble Hops

Redfern has had quite the surge of small bars in recent years, with The Dock, Hustle & Flow, Arcadia Liquors, The Beaded Tit, and Angry Pirate taking up residence in and around the Redfern St and Botany Rd intersection. The latter has recently morphed into […]

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A Food-Enthusiast’s Guide To Hobart

For breakfast | The vibe at Sunday’s Farm Gate Market is “get to know your grower”, and as well as an abundance of locals produce on offer direct from the Tasmanian farmers that grow it, there are loads of fresh meals and snacks like sushi, […]

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Brussels to Poperinge

After just over two weeks in Italy, we flew north to Brussels for the last of the trip – the Belgium/France leg! This post is a quick overview of some of the places we stopped in Belgium, and a few memorable food and watering holes […]

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