Malt Shed hops on board

Wangaratta brewery joins eight others on high country trail
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THE TEAM: Malt Shed co-owner Matt Saunders (left) joins Bright Brewery owner Scott Brandon, Black Dog Brewers owner James Booth, Bridge Road Brewers brewer Trevor Giacomelli, Mitta Mitta Brewing Company co-owner Tim Cabelka, King River Brewing co-owner Brianna Munt, Billson’s Brewery head brewer Tony Paull and King River Brewing tap room manager Jack Ledingham on the High Country Brewery Trail. PHOTO: Leah Anderson-Byrne

MALT Shed Wangaratta is officially the newest kid on the High Country Brewery Trail block.

Brewers from around the region gathered at the Malt Shed yesterday to welcome the brewery to the group as well as other latest additions Billson’s Brewery Beechworth and the Mitta Mitta Brewing Company with trail stalwarts, Black Dog Brewery in Taminick, Blizzard Brewing Company in Dinner Plain, Bridge Road Brewers in Beechworth, Bright Brewery, King River Brewing and Rutherglen Brewery.

The 2019 High Country Brewery Trail’s signature Rule #47 beer was also launched on the day, which was brewed at the annual collaborative brew day at the Mitta Mitta Brewing Company in August.


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