Victorian Breweries: Thorny Devil Craft Beer News

Victorian Breweries: Thorny Devil Craft Beer News

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Suburbs Breweries

It appears that the compass point is shifting. At least when it comes to the production of beer, as more and more Victorian breweries look beyond the usual spots to set up shop. And nowhere else is this more apparent than in the rapidly expanding southeast. Having had the southeast and the Mornington Peninsula beyond pretty much to themselves for years, Mornington Peninsula Brewery, Red Hill, 2 Brothers and Hix suddenly find themselves inundated with neighbours.



Among those calling the southeastern suburbs home are Boatrocker, with its new Barrel Room in Braeside, Bad Shepherd and Wolf of the Willows. They’ve set up shop in Cheltenham, Kaiju! and Exit, who are buddying up in Dandenong South, Dainton Family Brewery. It has put down roots in Carrum Downs, and Riders Brewing Co, launched by Gus Kelly of Kelly Brothers Cider.


It’s clear that location can be a make-or-break decision for a new venture in speaking to the brewers.  Particularly, that decision means settling in an area not renowned for embracing beers that come in anything other than clear or green bottles. Having multiple breweries opening up their operations in the same area at around the same time could have positive flow on effects for venues in the area too. But the first step is offering something worth visiting.


Lastly, there’s all the potential in the world, we’ve just got to make use of it. Whether you may not have the upper hand, what’s important is how to make use of all of your available resources.


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