Summer is coming. BBQs, beaching and beers pretty well sum up the Aussie summer vibe. But this year it will be a little different. With COVID to think about, it’s up to us to make sure we still live it up and keep the tourism industry moving forward.
Without getting too far ahead of ourselves, things are looking up. COVID cases nationwide are going down, restrictions are easing and the warmer weather is starting.
Father’s Day is a day of honouring fathers, brothers, uncles or any important male figure in your life. We often forget the sacrifices and contributions our fathers and male figures have made in our lives.
Wait, what month is it again? If how fast this year has gone is anything to go by, dare we say that it’s time to start thinking about your Christmas party plans?
July 25 marks a very important day in the world we live in. That world being craft beer and spirits, of course. It’s Indie Beer Day! While we are still in the middle of a rough time, it’s the simple things that will get us through. So, let’s all have fun and celebrate (COVID-safely) indie beer and the local and wider craft beer industry.
After a few months in hibernation, we are back! And we’ve brought with us a couple of exciting announcements.
Well, I think it’s safe to say that we have all reached the point where we are desperately seeking something new to talk about. But the news does seem to be getting better; with the NSW Government recently confirming that regional travel in the state will be allowed for any reason as of June 1.
The world will never forget 2020; these are extraordinary and unprecedented times. Each day, we as a local and a global community sail into uncharted waters, government policies being updated faster than they can be implemented and peoples lives being turned upside down.
I know we talk about beer a lot but I promise that it’s not all we do. Distilleries have a special place in our heart and we want to share that with you. Taking a leaf from the farm to table approach, the farm to bottle philosophy is becoming just as prominent. And this is true not only in the Northern Rivers but all along Australia’s east coast.
f you happen to find yourself in the Northern Rivers over the Easter long weekend; well done, you’ve come at the perfect time for live music, sunny skies and cold beer. Relish the intoxicating mix of nature, laid-back fun and cultural happenings.