Fission for the Future Atomic Beer Project: 158 Regent St, Redfern NSW (02) 8367 5888 or atomic.beer Story: Christopher Holder t started with a beer. Gage Roads Brew Co. tried something a little different to all of its sun-kissed, fun-times, easy-drinking beer and released a brew from the future, Atomic Pale Ale. Turns out Atomic Pale Ale
Cyclone Debbie spelt the end of one era and the start of a new one for this quintessentially big Aussie pub. Story: Christopher Holder Airlie Beach Hotel: 16 The Esplanade, Airlie Beach QLD (07) 4964 1999 or www.airliebeachhotel.com.au Michael McFie isn’t a publican who waits around for something to go wrong. He prepares. When venue
Gaining Altitude Foresters FV: 209 Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley QLD (07) 3188 3161 or forestersfv.com.au Right at the top of Brunswick Street is a triangular block of land that is redefining Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley. The striking triple towers that make up Tim Gurner’s FV development contain close to 1000 apartments at the luxe end of the
Moon Dog has shot from backyard beers with the boys to one of the largest brewery operations in the country. We talk to founders Josh UIljans and Karl van Buuren about the story so far.
TOA Riding The Sound Waves Of the Melbourne Metro TOA and Australis have been working closely with Melbourne Sound Systems to upgrade the Passenger Information Systems across the Melbourne Metro Rail Network. With over 415,000 customers a day from all walks of life using the railway system, it was of vital importance that quality sound
Hotel Hotel: NewActon Nishi, 25 Edinburgh Ave, Canberra (02) 6287 6287 or www.hotel-hotel.com.au Hotel Hotel sounds like it’s doubling down on stereotypes, but inside, it’s the complete opposite. Story: Mark Davie It may have a repetitive name, but Hotel Hotel is doing everything it can to <not> come off like a traditional hotel — starting
Cronulla RSL: 38 Gerrale St, Cronulla NSW (02) 9523 6833 or www.cronullarsl.com.au John Waters, CEO of Cronulla RSL, was presiding over a club that was ticking over unspectacularly. What has always been spectacular, is the view — panoramic vistas of the Pacific Ocean. Saying that, there was an elevated bowling green between the club
Mr Big Stuff 16 Meyers Place, Melbourne 3000 (03) 9639 7411 or www.mrbigstuff.com.au Mr Big Stuff, the new restaurant and bar located in Meyers Place, shares its name with the iconic song from the 1970’s, which sets the tone for both the food offering and the space itself. The concept was born from a