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Toast 2 Love – Fri 3 November

Aussies can Toast 2 Love and support marriage equality with special love brew

*** ORDER A CASE OF Love² HERE ***

Australians are being asked to raise a glass with a Toast 2 Love and share it on social media on Friday 3 November as the same sex marriage postal survey reaches its last few days, with all funds from the sale of Love² beer by The Good Beer Co. being pledged to the Australian Marriage Equality campaign.

Fifteen pubs, bars and venues in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra and Adelaide are supporting #Toast2Love by putting the special Love² brew by The Good Beer Co. and Bright Brewery on tap, and over 100 businesses including Airbnb, Tripadvisor, Medbank, Qantas, and Atlassian are getting involved by serving the Love² beer in bottles at special “Toast 2 Love” Friday drinks events across the country.

A case of The Good Beer Co Love2 beerThe New World style Pale Ale beer has proved so popular since its launch earlier this month that The Good Beer Co. and Bright Brewery are busy brewing a new batch to keep up with orders. But the good news is beer lovers can order a carton of Love² online here and for a celebration at home with mates.

The Good Beer Co. is a social enterprise – a company on a mission to do good – and the Love² beer is its second cause related brew, with the first being Great Barrier Beer in support of the Australian Marine Conservation Society and their work to protect Australia’s national icon, the Great Barrier Reef.

The Good Beer Co. Founder, James Grugeon, said he wanted to “Toast 2 Love” to thank everyone who had already voted YES, urge those who hadn’t returned their survey yet to do it quickly before the deadline on 7 November and remind everyone who has supported marriage equality that the fight isn’t over until the law is passed.

“This is a celebration of love for all those YES voters out there. When you Toast 2 Love on Friday the 3rd November we want you to share it on your social media so everyone can see that you support equality for all,” Mr Grugeon said.

“The Good Beer Co. will continue to support the Australian Marriage Equality campaign after 15 November because that isn’t the end, we will continue to work until same sex marriage marriage is passed into law. And ongoing, we’ll continue to support the cause of equality for everyone.

“I hope to be toasting LGBTIQ friends at their own marriages in Australia before long.”

Janine Middleton from the Equality Campaign said, “Toast to Love will give campaigners and YES voters a chance to pause and reflect before the postal survey result is announced on 15 November.

“We are excited by how popular Love² beer has proved to be and hope it is a good omen for YES. It is a great beer and we hope Australians will enjoy toasting love on 3 November – and well beyond that day.”

Scott Brandon, owner of Bright Brewery, the brewers of Love² beer, said he was delighted about the positive reaction to this special brew.

“This is a hand crafted, small batch brewed beer from an independent craft brewer and social enterprise start up. Beer is a great equaliser in our society that helps bring people together and enjoy each other’s company. We’re proud to be making a beer that supports equality for all Australians and hope that everyone will seek out and try this New World-style session Pale Ale with all Aussie ingredients that’s easy to love, no matter what your preference.”

Anyone supporting marriage equality can also share The Good Beer Co’s #Toast2Love animation…

NOTE: Love² orders – cases of Love² beer (24 x 330ml bottles) are now available to ORDER HERE. To receive a case for #Toast2Love events this Friday, you must order before 8am, Wednesday 31st October 2017. Please be aware that kegs for pubs and bars are now sold out.

 

Love² beer will be available as part of #Toast2Love at the following bars, pubs and venues on Friday 3 November:

Brisbane:

3 guys Toast 2 Love at Bright BreweryAether Brewing Company, 35 Railway Terrace, Milton QLD 4064
Bloodhound Bar, 454 Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006
Collective Kitchen, 369 Ann St, Brisbane City QLD 4000
Newstead Brewing Company, 67 Castlemaine Street, Milton QLD 4064
Newstead Brewing Company, 85 Doggett Street, Newstead QLD 4006
Tipplers Tap, 5/182 Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101

Sydney:

Harts Pub, Essex Street & Gloucester Street, The Rocks NSW 2000
The Lord Raglan, 12 Henderson Road, Alexandria NSW 2016

Canberra:

Old Canberra Inn, 195 Mouat St, Lyneham ACT 2602

Melbourne:

Bar SK, 90 Smith St, Collingwood VIC 3066
Two Birds, Brewery & Tasting Room, 136 Hall St, Spotswood, VIC 3015

Regional Victoria:

Bright Brewery, 121 Great Alpine Road, Bright VIC 3741

Adelaide:

The Wakefield Hotel, 76 Wakefield Street, Adelaide SA 5000
The Wheatsheaf Hotel, 9 George Street, Thebarton SA 5031

LOVE² BEER IS A COALITION OF BREWERIES, BEER FESTIVALS AND MEDIA UNITED IN SUPPORT FOR MARRIAGE EQUALITY AND YES:

Aether Brewing Company, Brisbane, QLD
All Inn Brewing Company, Brisbane. QLD
Balmain Brewing Company, Balmain NSW
Beer InCider Beer and Cider Festival QLD
Blizzard Brewing Company, Dinner Plan, VIC
Blue Mile Brewing Company, Busselton, WA
Bright Brewery, Bright, VIC
Brewsvegas Beer Festival QLD
Captain BlighsBrewing Company, Hobart, TAS
Cheeky Peak Brewery, Wondonga, VIC
Coldstream Brewing, Yarra Valley, VIC
Cubby Haus Brewing, Moun Pleasant, VIC
Edge Brewing Project, North Melbourne, VIC
Fish River Valley Brewing, Locksley NSW
Foghorn Brewhouse, Newscastle, NSW
Froth Craft Beer Magazine
Last Rites Brewing Company, Cambridge, TAS
Newstead Brewery, Brisbane, QLD
Old Wives Ales, VIC
Sparkke Brewing Company, Adelaide, SA
The Good Beer Co, Brisbane, QLD
Two Birds Brewery, Spotswood, VIC
Van Dieman Brewing Company, Evandale, TAS
Wayward Brewing Company, Camperdown, NSW
Willie the Boatman, St Peters, NSW
Wheaty Brewing Corps, Adelaide, SA
Wolf of the Willows Brewing Company, Melbourne, VIC
Young Henrys, Newtown, NSW

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Position Vacant: Sous Chef

Create delicious food with a craft brewery twist

Bright Brewery is a family owned and operated brewery, bar and restaurant, producing MountainCrafted beers in the spectacular alpine town of Bright, Victoria. We’re a vibrant and growing business that values the enjoyment and protection of the pristine environment that surrounds us, and the authenticity of our products and services. We embrace active and sustainable lifestyles, celebrated with great beer.

Bright Brewery serves great value meals for lunch and dinner (7 days a week), which help showcase our beers when dining in.

To help us accomplish this with our increasing volumes, we are seeking a qualified and experienced Chef to join the kitchen team at our Brewery and Restaurant in Victoria’s High Country.

We require a team player who loves working with the freshest local produce and who can bring a real creative flair to our cuisine. We’re looking for a leader to help us create delicious food with a craft brewery twist that will make our full range of beers really sing.

Reporting to and working with the Head Chef, the Sous Chef will help lead the Kitchen Team and is accountable for delivering great food for Bright Brewery’s customers.

This includes continually improving menu quality, food sourcing, storage, preparation, cooking and waste processing. This will be achieved by training staff, continuously improving our physical and intangible service offering, compliance with agreed process and maintaining high levels of motivation across the team.

The Sous Chef will lead by example. They will be competent in all areas of cooking and cleaning, maintaining high levels of Food Hygiene Standards and HACCP controls.

This position is full time, primarily covering our lunch and dinner services. Salary is negotiable for the right applicant.

Skills Required (includes but is not limited to):

  • Qualified Chef
  • Must have prior experience in a high-volume hospitality environment
  • Experience in menu planning and demonstrated skills in high standards of menu prep and delivery
  • Passion and imagination for food
  • Interest in local produce and beer matching
  • Food Safety Supervisor certificate
  • Demonstrate excellent communication skills
  • Ability to work well within a team
  • Ability to manage Food Service costs
  • Ability to identify and resolve problems efficiently
  • Knowledge of relevant laws and regulations relating to the hospitality industry
  • Proven leadership skills and lead by example
  • Mature attitude, honesty, loyalty and exceptional work ethic
  • Proven ability to supervise and lead staff with respect and fairness
  • Ability to develop and document operating systems and procedures
  • Comply with all company policies and procedures.
  • Computer savvy with POS systems, E-mail, MS Word, MS Excel.

The position will involve evening and weekend hours, as well as working across public holidays.

Aligning to Bright Brewery’s values, our chefs and kitchen team are expected to work on average 38 hours per week. All award rates apply where relevant.

In addition, Bright Brewery provides rewards and recognition programs to all staff, including quarterly and annual reward scheme to ensure great work and high performing staff never go unnoticed.

Bright Brewery is the Alpine Shire Business of the Year and Excellence In Hospitality Award winner, as well as Victorian Tourism Awards Silver Medal winner. The successful applicant will be driven to build on these successes and high standards.

This position offers a chance to live in a truly beautiful place with world class mountain biking, cycling, hiking, camping, paragliding, snow and river sports. We encourage broad and active lifestyles, and flexible working arrangements may be negotiated to accommodate this.

A full Position Description can be supplied on request by emailing: enjoywork@brightbrewery.com.au

To apply:

Applications can be made confidentially by emailing covering letter and resume to enjoywork@brightbrewery.com.au by Friday 27th October.

For more information please contact:

Doug Badrock
Head Chef, Bright Brewery
tel: 03 5755 1346

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Love² – easy to love

Love Squared beer bottleBright Brewery is a community-minded, family owned business that believes in fairness and equality for all Australians. We make beers to be shared, savoured and enjoyed by everyone of legal drinking age. Our beers do not discriminate, and neither do we when it comes to the matter of equal love.

We love good beer, and we believe love is a truly special human experience that should not be limited through its expression in marriage.

That is why Bright Brewery has proudly helped The Good Beer Co craft a new beer to back the YES vote in the current Australian postal survey on marriage equality.

We’re sure you’ll love this beer, no matter what your preference, and encourage you to

Here’s the full story of Love²

 


MEDIA RELEASE:

Love² is brewing:  new beer launched to back YES vote

New Love² craft beer on tap and in bottles across Australia with all profits going to marriage equality campaign

Like beer?  Love marriage equality?  We can drink to that.

A new limited edition beer called Love² is being launched across Australia today, Wednesday 4 October, with all proceeds going to the Australian Marriage Equality campaign.

The Good Beer Co., Australia’s only social enterprise beer company, has joined forces with Victorian craft brewers Bright Brewery and the YES campaign to launch the new session pale ale Love².

Peter Black from the Australian Marriage Equality Campaign  said: “The name says it all – Love squared. We’re stoked that The Good Beer Co and Bright Brewery have got behind a YES vote with this awesome beer!”

James Grugeon, Founder of The Good Beer Co said: “There are lots of ways to show your support for marriage equality.  The most important way of course is to vote YES.  But as we’re a beer company with a social conscience, we reckon the second best way is to have a Love² beer.

“We want people to drink responsibly and we also want them to vote responsibly. We hope that once Australia votes to support marriage equality, there’ll be plenty of newly-weds washing down their marriage vows with a Love² beer.”

More than 30 groups, including brewers, pubs, bars, venues and craft beer media, are also getting behind the launch.

Scott Brandon from Bright Brewery said: “Appropriately, Love² is a refreshing pale ale with a little bit of sweet malts that make this beer very easy to love. We love brewing it, we love drinking it, and we love sharing it with everyone, no matter what their preferences. We’re very proud to be brewing it for The Good Beer Co and adding our support to this important campaign for equality.”

Love² beer is being launched on tap at Collective Kitchen & Bar at Ann St in Brisbane at 5.30pm on Wednesday 4th October and at 18 supporting venues in Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth.

The beer is also on sale online for pre orders in 50 litre kegs and cartons of 24x330ml bottles via The Good Beer Co website.

The profits from Love² beer will go to the Australian Marriage Equality Campaign to support its work to bring about a YES vote in the postal survey and, ongoing, support the cause of equality for LGBTI+ communities across Australia.

For more information about Love² and to pre order kegs or cartons go to: http://www.thegoodbeerco.com.au/love

Find out more about the Australian Marriage Equality Campaign go to: http://www.equalitycampaign.org.au/

 

Media enquiries:

James Grugeon at The Good Beer Co
T: 0459 092 923

James Davidson at Bright Brewery
T: 0437 007 950

 

Love2 beer for equality

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KEEN on health and safety

Bright Brewery is delighted to announce our partnership with KEEN Footwear Australia!

Keen shoes for the bar and kitchenKEEN are sponsoring the health, safety & style of Bright Brewery’s feet, by providing excellent footwear for all our staff working in the brewhouse, bar, kitchen and office.

Bright Brewery care greatly about the beers we make and minimising the impact we have on the environment. Just as importantly, we care tremendously about the people who make Bright Brewery come alive everyday – our staff.

We currently employ up to 50 staff who work across various facets of our diverse business, and who spend a great deal of time on their feet. From the manufacturing floors in our brewery, to the Chefs and kitchen team preparing and cooking hundreds of meals each day, along with our bar staff serving all our wonderful customers, and even our office and administration staff need the right footwear for transversing all these areas of our business.

Keen in the Bright Brewery brewhouseEach area and job has different impacts on the feet and bodies of the staff working there, and KEEN has a footwear option to suit each one.

The KEEN footwear is also perfect for our love of the outdoors, as we encourage all our staff and visitors to get our and explore the awesome hikes, trails and mountain environment of our High Country home in North East Victoria.

With all our staff now enjoying the comfort and support of KEEN, we hope you’ll recognise another great step that has been taken towards improving the experience of Bright Brewery for all who work here, who visit us and who enjoy our beer.

And so we say cheers to Keen Footwear Australia for the fantastic support!

Keen shoes and Bright Brewery Staircase Porter

These KEEN shoes are ideal for our brewery workplace environment… and as sure & sturdy as our Staircase Porter.

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Bright Brewery returns as naming rights partner of Alfred 6 Hour

Bright Brewery is delighted to announce its return as the naming rights sponsor of the Alfred 6 Hour charity mountain bike race in 2017.

Alfred 6 Hour riderLast year over 150 riders competed in the 6 hour and 3 hours events, collectively covering more than 4620 kilometres on their mountain bikes, and helping to raise over $15,000 for the Alfred Hospital.

“It’s a great pleasure for Bright Brewery to be able to support this fantastic community event,” said Bright Brewery Marketing Manager James Davidson.

“The Alfred 6 Hour celebrates Bright Brewery’s core values of living an active life as well as coming together in support of our community.”

Bright Brewery’s founder and owner, Scott Brandon, noted the ideal timing of the event for all cycling enthusiasts.

“Coming out of winter, and on the first weekend of the school holidays, the Alfred 6 Hour is perfectly timed to get everyone warmed up for another awesome cycling season in the High Country,” said Mr Brandon.”

“Bright is a superb cycling destination, we love to ride, and we love to support local cycling events which are crucial to the ongoing economic development of Bright as a town.”

“And not only does this event encourage everyone to jump on their bike for a day of mountain bike racing fun, it also contributes an important injection of funds to the life-saving work of the Alfred Hospital.”

The Alfred 6 Hour is a charity Mountain Bike Race raising funds in support of Emergency and Trauma care at the Alfred Hospital. The event was first run in 2013, with Bright Brewery joining as the major sponsor for the first time last year.

The target for this year’s Alfred 6 Hour is $15,000. With your support, these funds will be used to purchase a cardiac monitor for the Alfred’s expanded trauma service, a purpose built facility dedicated to the early recovery of trauma patients.

The 2017 Alfred 6 Hour race is on Saturday 23rd September in Bright, followed by presentations at Bright Brewery.

We hope you can join Bright Brewery’s team in September to ride for glory, earn your beer, and make a great contribution to the important work of The Alfred Hospital.

Click here to enter the race today!

For more information:
Race Director:
Ross Walker
Alfred 6 Hour
Phone: 0429 003 740
Email: ross@alfred6hour.org.au
Web: www.alfred6hour.org.au

Naming rights sponsor:
James Davidson
Marketing Manager, Bright Brewery
Phone: 0437 007 950
Email: marketing@brightbrewery.com.au

Alfred 6 Hour race start

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High Country music to ignite Bright at DARKER DAYS

Hear, see and dance to the mountain’s songs at Darker Days

It’s now less than 2 weeks to the inaugural DARKER DAYS, a new mid-winter festival created by Bright Brewery to celebrate winter in Bright.

DARKER DAYS will bring together High Country producers and operators, entertainers, craft beer and gourmet food lovers, and families to toast the season and welcome the return of lighter days following the Winter Solstice.

This new family friendly festival will be centred around locally produced dark beers and warming foods, along with live music and winter activities.  After the sun sets, Bright Brewery’s riverside lands will truly come alive with a spectacular ceremonial burning of a giant wooden structure in the shape of the brewery’s logo, which was revealed at the recent Bright Autumn Festival Gala Day parade.

Bright Brewery is excited to announce the line-up of talent that will provide the warming soundtrack for the festival, with 3 artists from North East Victoria adding a truly local sound to the event.

The DARKER DAYS music will kick off with the smooth indie rock and acoustic tunes of talented singer/songwriter/guitarist Mcrobin. Following the lighting of the Darker Days bonfire, Molly’s Dream will hit the stage. Echoing from the hills of North East Victoria, Molly’s Dream is fast becoming a crowd favourite on the Bluegrass scene. The multi-instrumental talent and sweet harmonies of Molly’s Dream are something to behold.

And then, as the real darkness and cold settles in, DARKER DAYS will finish with a massive DJ set by the Hillbilly DJs! Often found burning up the dance floor at Mt Buller, the Hillbilly DJs will make sure that their beats fire up all who embrace night-time celebrations, in what is sure to be one of the most fun and fire-themed DJ sets Bright has ever experienced!

Darker Days music line-upArtists and Set times:

  • 2pm – 5pm: Mcrobin (James McGuffie, from Myrtleford)
  • 5:30pm – 8:30pm: Molly’s Dream (Isabel Paton, Josh Grundy, Aron Mclean from Porepunkah/Beechworth)
  • 8:45pm – 10:45pm: The HillBilly DJs (Ben Annear and Sean Corcoran from Mt Buller)

Additional entertainment will be provided by the Bright Wordsmiths & Poets, NovaStar Productions stilt-walkers and games to keep everyone warm.

DARKER DAYS begins at 1:00pm on Saturday 1st of July and runs through until 11:00pm.

The festival is free to attend and all ages are welcome.

Stay up-to-date with this event via the Facebook Event Page.

 

Mcrobin playing at Bright Brewery

Josh Grundy

The Hill Billy DJs

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DARKER DAYS IS COMING

Bright Brewery announces Darker Days – a new High Country dark beer and mid-winter festival

Embrace the darkness of winter in Bright. Taste the High Country’s best winter beers.
Warm your soul by the flames. Feast on the finest winter treats.
Hear, see and dance to the mountain’s songs.
Play in the dark, thrive in the night!

A new festival celebrating Victoria’s Alpine winter will set Bright alight on Saturday the 1st of July this year.

DARKER DAYS will bring together High Country producers and operators, entertainers, beer lovers and families to toast the season and welcome the return of lighter days following the Winter Solstice.

The family friendly festival will be centred around locally produced dark beers and warming foods, along with live music and winter activities. After the sun sets, Bright Brewery’s riverside lands will truly come alive with a spectacular ceremonial burning of a giant wooden structure in the shape of the brewery’s logo, which was revealed at the recent Bright Autumn Festival Gala Day parade.

Bright Brewery Marketing Manager, James Davidson, says that Darker Days will be “a diverse celebration of winter in the mountains.”

“Darker Days will revolve around themes of winter, fire and togetherness, with a range of food, drink, entertainment and activities to warm and inspire everyone during the dark days of the High Country winter,” explained Mr Davidson.

“We’re inviting local brewers to showcase their dark and winter beers. There will be no pale ales or lagers available, unless the beer has a specific winter twist.”

“We’ve also lined up a delicious selection from local wineries and a cider maker to serve mulled cider, plus gourmet winter foods and treats from local producers. We’ll be gathering around multiple fires to make damper and to roast marshmallows and chestnuts, with local wordsmiths and poets to tell campfire tales and maybe even a ghost story or two. It will be a full day of mid-winter fun!”

Darker Days will begin at 1:00pm on the 1st of July and run through until 11:00pm. The festival is free to attend and all ages are welcome.

Darker Days wooden hash

 

DARKER DAYS essentials:

Event: Bright Brewery presents DARKER DAYS – a dark beer & mid-winter festival.
Location: Bright Brewery’s block, 123 Great Alpine Road (a very large marquee to ensure rain or snow do not affect the event).
Date & Time: Saturday 1st July, 1pm to 11pm.
Cost: Free entry!
What: Dark/winter beers from the High Country, local wines & cider, food vendors, live music & entertainment, fireside activities, campfire stories, dancing and more!

Confirmed featured brewers: Black Dog Brewery, Blizzard Brewing, Bridge Road Brewers, Sweetwater Brewing Co, Thirsty Crow, Nightingale Alpine Cider.
Darker Days will also mark the 2017 launch of Bright Brewery’s annual winter brew Stubborn Russian Imperial Stout made with Bright Chocolate, and will see the return of a winter favourite from last year – Black Diamond India Black Ale.

Other vendors: Boynton’s Winery/Feathertop Wines (Porepunkah), Remedy Gin (Bright), Alpine Airstream Coffee (Bright), The Wandi Pub (Wandiligong), Flour & Water pizza (Mt Beauty), Bright Pops (Bright), Chestnuts Australia, Whipps Design and more!

Confirmed featured performers: Mcrobin, Molly’s Dream, the Hillbilly DJs, Bright Wordsmiths & Poets, NovaStar Productions and more to be announced soon!

Stay up to date with this event via the Facebook Event Page.

Bright Brewery Darker Days Festival poster

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Bright Brewery Easter Hours 2017

Enjoy a hoppy good time at Bright Brewery this Easter

Bright Brewery is open every day across the coming Easter weekend, our normal hours of 11am until late!

Please be aware that no more bookings are available across the Easter weekend – all our allocated Reserved tables have been booked.

We still leave plenty of room for walk-ups, so feel free to come in and grab any unreserved table. There’s loads of space at Bright Brewery for everyone to have a hoppy good time!

Bright Brewery Easter bunny, eggs and beer

Bright Brewery Easter Egg Hunt

BRIGHT EASTER EGG HUNT

We’ll be holding an Easter Egg hunt for the kids at 11:30am on Easter Sunday.

All welcome, come along and enjoy the fun!

NEW BEER

Fill yourself with HOPS this Easter by enjoying our 2017 Hop Harvest Ale.

Each year during the hop harvest we select a unique variety of hop from the nearby Rostrevor Hop Gardens and set about showcasing its flavour in this “wet-hopped” beer. The 2017 edition of our Hop Harvest Ale reveals the fresh green hop and soft fruit flavours in an easy drinking, crisp and refreshing Australian style pale ale. A light body of pale malts allow the hop flavours to shine through, which a touch of wheat malt to fill out the mouthfeel. It’s available now, on tap and in bottles at Bright Brewery.

EASTER WEEKEND LIVE MUSIC

Come share your talent with us this Friday for a special Good Friday edition of Open Mic Night at Bright Brewery! Hosted by the super versatile man of song, Rudi Katterl, and kicking off at 6:30pm, Friday 14th April, this is a chance to let your talent shine bright in Bright!

Bright Brewery Open Mic Night poster

Come to Bright Brewery, grab a beer, and kick back on Easter Sunday afternoon with an upbeat session of alt folk, roots, bluesy cruise and rasta featuring Chango T’Ree.

From Mornington Peninsula’s deep-south, Chango T’Ree plays roots blues cruise raga, funky folk and global grooves. With a fluid touring line up that has been a vehicle for many creative musicians to share the journey, there’s always mainstay “bus driver” Ian Treloar and Ree Liddell on vocals, acoustic guitar, resonator guitar, mandolin, and stomp box!

Catch this free live gig from 2pm – 5pm on Easter Sunday, 16th April 2017.

 

 

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Sustainable Living Festival

Sustainable Beers Pouring in Melbourne this weekend

As we continue our journey to become a carbon neutral brewer, we’re delighted to be joining with Australia’s social enterprise beer company, The Good Beer Co, to showcase our beers at the National Sustainable Living Festival in Melbourne!

Get down to the Festival Bar at Birrarung Marr, Federation Square, during the Big WeekendFriday 10th to Sunday 12th February 2017 – to check out our fresh MountainCrafted beers brewed at our solar powered brewery.

You can also enjoy a cold one for the reef with two fresh Great Barrier Beers from The Good Beer Co that help fund the work of the Australian Marine Conservation Society to help find ways to protect our national icon.

Both Bright Brewery and The Good Beer Co are passionate about brewing beer for good – so naturally, we’re delighted to be running the Festival’s Good Beer bar and serving up both our beers at the 2017 Sustainable Living Festival. We hope to see you there!

At Bright Brewery, our sustainability mission is:

  • to make our beer production as close to carbon neutral as possible, 
  • to minimise our overall environmental footprint on Bright.

Solar powered brewing

The Good Beer Company

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