Tour de Froth Mixed Cases

Due to the imminent start of the 2020 Tour de France, our Tour de Froth cases are now only available for PICK UP FROM BRIGHT BREWERY. Read on for more info.

We apologise to those in Melbourne and further afield who may have been planning to purchase, however, the case is designed to enjoy one day at a time, in conjunction with the Tour stages. With increased shipping delays in Australia Post and local couriers, we did not want our valued beer drinkers to feel let down by delays.

But don’t despair – Tour de Froth will be back in 2021; bigger, better and more widely available than ever!

Bright Brewery’s Tour de Froth 2020 case.

What is Tour de Froth?

Tour de Froth is a mixed case of 21 Bright Brewery beers (and a branded beer glass!), perfectly matched to each unique stage of the 2020 Tour de France. Grab your case and your tasting notes and follow along at home! The perfect way to enjoy this year’s tour.

Want to get yourself a case?

Head into Bright Brewery from 5pm-8pm and buy yours over the bar

Can’t get to Bright but still want to play along at home?

Download our official Le Tour de Froth Tasting Guide, head out to your local bottl-o and stock up on some beers to enjoy.

Bright Brewery joins 200 breweries in launching Resilience Beer for bushfire relief

This week, Bright Brewery has joined more than 200 breweries around the world (not just Australia) to launch Resilience Pale Ale – a global collaborative brew to raise funds for bushfire-affected communities, causes and breweries.
Resilience Beer is a project that arose in the wake of the Australian bushfires in during late 2019 and early 2020. It came from a desire in the local beer industry to find ways to support those impacted by and fighting the fires both now and in the future.
More than 200 breweries came on board and pledged to donate the proceeds, expected to top $850,000, to various relief efforts.
Resilience is a 5% Pale Ale designed to appeal to the entire spectrum of beer lovers – even those who aren’t usually craft beer drinkers.
The Resilience name was first used in this manner by Sierra Nevada in the wake of the Camp Fire in California in late 2018. More than 1,400 US brewers brewed their version of the Resilience IPA, raising millions.
Here in Bright, we were forced to close for six days in January (our busiest time of year) when our beloved town came under direct threat and we, and the 15,000 tourists in town, were evacuated twice within a week.
“Thankfully, due to the incredible effort of our local emergency services and Mother Nature, our town was spared and, while we’re forever grateful for that, the severe economic damage to our town and region was already done and impacts continue to be felt,” marketing officer Laura Gray said. “But the love and support we received during this time has been incredibly heartening, and Resilience is just another example of that.”
Bushfire-affected breweries have been encouraged to use the proceeds from Resilience to help their businesses get back on their feet during this rough start to 2020.
So far in 2020, Bright Brewery has already raised more than $3400 for our local emergency services, including Bright CFA, Bright SES, Porepunkah CFA and Harrietville CFA.

Resilience Pale Ale will launch at Bright Brewery this Wednesday, February 26 for Local’s Night, with food and drink specials, and an extra 10% off for Local’s Card holders.
A limited supply of kegs are now available to our wholesale customers in Victoria’s North East. Please contact sales@brightbrewery.com.au for more information

We do more than just brew great beer

Here at Bright Brewery, we do more than just brew great beer…

We have staff who climb mountains, who coach local footy teams, who ride to work instead of drive in a bid to reduce their environmental impact, who live and breathe Bright.

Thanks to Alpine Shire Council and Bright & Surrounds for this wonderful celebration of our business and those who make us what we are – our staff.

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