by Xavier Toby in New Eco on Thursday 4 August 2011

At a cost of about $2 a pot, The Good Brew beer comes from local microbreweries with solar or other environmental measures in place. It’s delivered by trike to the Melbourne CBD or inner northern suburbs, and served from reusable kegs into reusable glasses. Also, it’s delicious and wine is available.

At the moment they’re serving Buckley’s Beer, a range from a microbrewery in Healesville. It’s brewed to German purity laws, meaning no sugar or additives, traditional brewing techniques, and with all the vitimans and minerals of the yeast remaining in the beer.