Stone and Wood

The Stone & Wood Brewing Co. was established in 2008 by Jamie Cook, Brad Rogers and Ross Jurisich, all of whom previously worked at Carlton & United Breweries. They constructed their first 25-hectolitre brewery in Byron Bay.

In 2012 Cook, Rogers and Jurisich bought back the 20 per cent share of its business held by Lion (a wholly owned subsidiary of Kirin), following that company’s takeover of Little World Beverages.

In 2014 the company opened a second 50-hectolitre brewery in Murwillumbah.[5] The company won the ‘Regional Award’ at the 2014 Telstra NSW Business Awards


Cape Byron Distillery

The makers of Brookies Gin.

Cape Byron Distillery is perched in the heart of the Brook Family’s 96 acre Farm (Brookfarm) in the hinterland of Byron Bay. From the top of the farm, you can see the first light pass over the lighthouse. The distillery itself rests amongst the macadamia orchard & rainforest that the Brook’s have regenerated. The distillery was purpose-built on one of the only bare plots of land remaining. Inside you will find our custom-made copper pot still (named George), next to our cellar door bar made from locally sourced Norfolk pine and recycled materials.

Husk Distillers

Ink Gin is a premium dry gin made with 13 organic botanicals, including a mix of traditional and Australian natives. Like all true gins, juniper berries are the largest botanical component, however the defining character of Ink Gin comes from the second tier botanicals led by locally grown lemon myrtle leaf, coriander seed, Tasmanian pepper berry and freshly peeled sundried sweet orange peel. These major ingredients give Ink Gin its fresh piney, spicy and citrusy aroma and flavour. The third group of minor botanicals include elderflower, cinnamon, cardamom, angelica root, oris root, licorice root and lemon peel. Like a pinch of salt, these minor ingredients are critical to the end result adding perfume, body and balance.

The final ingredient is added in a post-distillation infusion. The specially prepared petals of the butterfly pea flower are steeped in the still for twenty-four hours to give Ink Gin its distinctive colour.

Now for the scientific part. Remember high school chemistry?

Butterfly pea flowers are highly sensitive to pH. When the floral-infused Ink Gin is mixed with something of low pH (including gin’s best friends; tonic water, lime or lemon), the colour changes dramatically from blue to blush pink. Not magic – just science.

As well as contributing to Ink’s curious colour-changing properties, the delicate obscuration of the floral ink makes for smooth drinking. The flower’s subtle astringency leaves the palate crisp and clean, allowing the citrus and floral notes of the major botanicals a long, refreshing finish. Have fun experimenting with Ink Gin in your favourite cocktails, or drink neat or over ice.

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Byron Bay Brewery

Where people come to be entertained

For over thirty-five years the Old Arts Factory in Byron Bay has been home to a rich history of live music. Today, it’s also the home of our brewery. It’s here that we experiment with refreshing new beer styles against a background of music performed by artists from all over the world. From Dragonfruit Sours and Coffee Porters to easy drinking lagers that are perfect for good times with friends, our range of beers and collabs are always inspired by the eclectic, creative spirit of our home, Byron Bay.