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Black Dog Brewery Revisited

Black Dog Brewery Revisited

It has been a few years since we visited James Booth at Black Dog Brewery in Taminick, North East Victoria. His latest update is the addition of a canning line. James has progressed from the 50 litre pilot brewery to a beautiful Italian Lainox steam Il Mastro Birraio. The brewery is now very well equipped with a row of five Lainox fermenters, CIP (Clean In Place) system, bottling line and a new ABE canning line. The canning … Read entire article »

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Leader Of The Pack IPA – Black Dog Brewery

Leader Of The Pack IPA – Black Dog Brewery

James Booth is a fourth generation wine maker from Taminick in North East Victoria. Most wine makers will readily admit that it takes a lot of beer to make a good wine. Maybe that’s why James started brewing his own beer. With the support of his father, Peter, they decided to make these tasty homebrews available to the public. So at the end of 2011, you could buy his small batch brews at the cellar door … Read entire article »

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High Country Brewery Trail

High Country Brewery Trail

Victoria’s High Country brewers have teamed up with the North East Victoria Tourism Board to create a pocket guidebook for those wanting to visit the high country. The brewers involved are Black Dog, Bridge Road, Bright, and Sweetwater. The guidebook has a brief rundown of each brewer, as well as brewery details, location, and opening times. In the guidebook, the brewers let us know what their favourite local mountain bike tracks. They also disclose as a … Read entire article »

Filed under: Brewing News, Dining

Black Dog Brewery

Black Dog Brewery

Driving along about five kilometres of dirt road through the township of Taminick, we come to a sign that reads Booth’s Taminick Cellars. It is here that we will find Victoria’s latest brewery, Black Dog. It is the creation of fourth generation winemaker, James Booth. We park near a beautiful old stone building that has the sign ‘Tasting & Sales’ posted near the door. Getting out of the car, we are greeted by a friendly black … Read entire article »

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