Time for another roundup of new brewery, bar and bottleshops added to the site as we've listed another dozen since the last wrap in case you missed them first time around.
This time around, there's breweries in WA, Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland, venues in Hobart and Melbourne and a couple of online retails for good measure.
As well as adding their stories to the directory on the main site, it means you can now find detailed entries for them and hundreds more in the free Crafty app, designed to help beer lovers find good beer when you're out and about.
The Goods Shed (VIC) – Inspired by his global travels, Dan O'Connell returned to his hometown of Wodonga and set about giving folks a fine craft beer venue to call their own, complete with Beer Bingo.
Dirty Pennies (TAS) – A supergroup drawn from Tassie's hospo scene took over the former Victoria Tavern and turned it into a home for good booze and jaffles.
Craft Beer Coopery (Online) – A social enterprise designed to get people talking about mental health via monthly beer packs that encourage mates to get together for a beer or two.
Tumut River Brewing Co (NSW) – As much a community hub as a brewery, Tumut River has become a must-see stop for anyone visiting the Snowy Mountains region.
Black Hops II (QLD) – The Black Hops story shows no sign of slowing with the trio of mates and their growing gang opening a second brewery and venue on the Gold Coast.
White Oaks Saloon (VIC) – Inspired by the "Liveliest Town In The Territory" of Wild West times, this Prahran bar specialises in beer, bourbon and boilermakers.
FogHorn Brewhouse (NSW) – This Newcastle brewpub is helmed by one of the country's finest brewers, with a bank of taps rotating through everything from pales and pilsners to IPAs, saisons and stouts.
Urban Alley Brewery (VIC) – Trips to the Docklands area of Melbourne have taken on a beery flavour since this brewery opened underneath Melbourne's Southern Star.
Reub Goldberg Brewing Machine (NSW) – A unique, eco-minded brewpub in Wollongong opened by two couples in a former bakery.
Purvis Beer Online – One of the longest-established of Melbourne's crafty bottleshops has put its 1,000-strong beer range online via a user-friendly store.
Matso's (WA) – Now part of the Good Drinks family alongside Gage Roads and Atomic Beer Project, the Broome-based operation has undergone a revamp with a new look and new beers.
Tighes Hill Cellars (NSW) – Over the past couple of years, this Newcastle bottleshop has been turned into a "craft beer superstore" with 500 craft beers on offer, and up to 20 new ones landing every week.
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