‘WHISKY’, a grey, is, the only horse left at the SA Brewing Company, after horses have pulled the company’s beer delivery wagons in Adelaide for more than 60 years. They have been replaced by motor trucks. The last pair of… Read More ›
There was a tempting sight for the thirsty when, reported the Border Morning Mail on August 6 1938, a Carlton Brewery lorry was bogged for several hours while delivering beer in Dean Street, Albury.
This newspaper picture, taken at Darling Harbor, Sydney in May 1948, shows workmen loading Toohey’s beer on to a train. Picture: The Sydney Daily Telegraph May 11 1948.
A consignment of Resch’s beer from Sydney being unloaded in Brisbane during a Queensland brewery strike in 1937. Photo: The Brisbane Telegraph September 27 1937
By MICK ROBERTS THE cellar’s sunk and the concrete slab laid in readiness for a new micro-brewery to be opened in a historic former guesthouse at Bulli on the NSW South Coast. While progress has been steady, the owners of… Read More ›